Teaching Children About Money with HyperJar | AD

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Giving the kids a good financial education has always been really important to us and now that LP is starting secondary school in September we thought it was time she had access to money without having to always have cash with her. In exploring all the money management options available for children we decided to go with HyperJar.

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Help Your Child Build Confidence in Maths with Affordable, Bespoke Support from Eedi | AD

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I can’t be the only parent looking for ways to support our children’s learning at home, especially as they return to school after the latest pandemic lockdown. It’s been such a tough time for the children it’s great to find new ways we can help and support them with their education.

Over the last couple of weeks we’ve been using Eedi Family to help LP with her maths and it’s something I really thought you’d appreciate hearing more about too.

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Find Online Personal Tutors with Tutorful | AD

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Like most families over the last year, we’ve been doing a lot of learning and school at home with support from teachers, online lessons and so many worksheets. But, being so much closer to the children’s education than we usually would be has picked up areas where the children need extra help and support.

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Keeping Children Safe Online With Wing | AD

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As our children are getting older they’re getting to know more of the online world and although they don’t have their own social media accounts yet, I know it’s only a matter of time. Over the last few weeks I’ve been testing out Wing, a new online safety app, aimed at parents and guardians of children aged 9 – 15 years.

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Subscribe and Save with Tesco Clubcard Plus | AD

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We are always looking for ways to save money as a family, especially on our grocery shopping which only increases in cost as the children get older. I’ve always planned meals and made a shopping list so that we mainly buy grocery items that we need, making the most of offers at the supermarket and making sure that we limit food waste. But now Tesco have a new way we can save money each time we shop.

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Introducing MentalUP – The Award Winning Brain Game App for Kids! | AD

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Over the last couple of months, since we started schooling the children at home, I’ve been looking for ways to make learning fun and exciting for LP and Little Man. They get set school work each day but we’ve been doing extra activities to try and mix things up a bit. Over this time I’ve discovered a great new app – MentalUP – which fits so well into our routine.

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Start Your Rainy Day Fund with Chip – and Get £10 for Free! | AD

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Right now, more than ever, I am watching what I spend. We’re in such an uncertain financial period across the country and so many people are worried about where their next pay cheque is going to come from. But, that means there has also never been a better time to save even just a few pounds when you have it.

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Teaching Children to Manage Money with Revolut | AD

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One of my aims as a parent has always been to help the children to have a good financial education, to understand money and make wise choices with it as they get older. I’ve always felt that it’s never too early for children to be given or even earn pocket money, save and choose what to spend that money on. Learning about money is something that happens gradually over time as children grow.

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