Best Money Tips: Money Lessons to Teach Kids in High School

by Ashley Jacobs on 17 July 2013 1 comment

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some awesome articles on money lessons to teach kids in high school, phrases that kill resumes, and how to stop stressing over money.

Top 5 Articles

8 Money Lessons to Teach Kids in High School — It is important for high school students to learn that compound interest is their friend. [Bargain Babe]

Ten Phrases that Kill Resumes — Did you know the phrases "team player" and "strong work ethic" can kill your resume? [Free Money Finance]

Why You Stress Over Money and How to Stop — If you want to stop stressing about money, track what you earn and spend. [MainStreet]

Outdoor DIY Projects to Brighten Your Backyard — To brighten up your backyard, consider making your own hammock. [MintLife Blog]

50 (More!) Free (Or Cheap) Kids Activities — Have some free fun with your kids by going bird watching or writing letters to soldiers. [And Then We Saved]

Other Essential Reading

19 Ways to Talk to Your Kids About Debt — When talking to your kids about debt, relating it to a concept they already understand can help them get a solid grasp on what debt is. [Good Financial Cents]

Why Isn't My House Selling and How to Finally Get Your House Sold — Your house may not be selling if it's cluttered inside or your real estate agent sucks. [Free Money Wisdom]

Choosing the Right Point in Your Career to Have a Family — It is easier to return to the workforce the earlier in life you have kids. [Girls Just Wanna Have Funds]

How to Get Your Kids to Behave in the Grocery Store — If you want your kids to behave at the grocery store, let them watch Sesame Street on your phone using YouTube. [Parenting Squad]

7 Free Grown-Up Party Printables — Are you throwing a party? Consider downloading some free cocktail party printable invitations. [PopSugar Smart Living]

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I'm trying to cover many of these topics with my 6 year-old. No need to wait until they're in high school before they learn about the hazards of debt.