Rocket Piggy Blog

Our postings and selection of interesting articles talking about the importance of financlial literacy and getting started early.

I pay my kids to get dressed, do homework and more. It’s the best decision I ever made.

Washinton Post, December 10, 2018

"Please get dressed — we have to leave in five minutes," I pleaded for the 20th time, my patience waning. "You still need to brush your teeth. You haven’t packed your backpack! We’re going to be late for school, again."

This was a typical weekday morning in my home last year. Unfortunately, my first- and third-graders couldn’t seem to grasp the morning routine. All three of us have attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, and we struggle with time management and executive functioning. As a result, my kids were late to school — a lot. More ...

Piggy Priciples

Rocket Piggy, October 1, 2018

Follow Piggy Principles to set your kids on the road to prosperity!

Money habits are set by age 7. Teach your kids the value of a dollar now

PBS.ORG, April 5, 2018

By age 3, your kids can grasp basic money concepts. By age 7, many of their money habits are already set.

By age 7, many of their money habits are already set. That doesn’t mean you throw in the towel after first grade. Start wringing money lessons out of everyday life. More ...

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