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15 personalized face masks for kids going back into the classroom

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As the school year begins, some parents across the country are preparing to send their kids back into the classroom safely. This means filling their backpacks with face masks, hand sanitizer, disinfecting wipes and labeled lunchboxes.

While a face covering is on most back-to-school supply lists, finding one they’ll actually want to wear can be difficult. To make the search easier, we rounded up a list of personalized face masks for kids to encourage the little ones to wear one.

We found styles with printed names to ensure they don’t lose their mask on the playground. We even found some face mask accessories for

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Kids’ Money – Kids


Show Me the Money!

This line from the classic Jerry McGuire movie rings true for most kids – Show me the money! Kids’ Money is all about giving kids the opportunity to learn about money and develop the financial skills and habits they will need as adults, by handling their own money as children.

We advocate giving kids an allowance along with the responsibility to purchase and pay for many of the things they need and want while they’re growing up.

We also give you the tools you need to make money on your own.

Last, but not least, we give you information on specific areas of money management and how you can conquer the challenges you will face in each area.

All you need to do is choose a Topic and select a Resource and you’re on your way. Enjoy the journey!


Making Money

Almost every kid is looking

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15 Ways to Teach Kids About Money

If you don’t teach your kids how to manage money, somebody else will. And that’s not a risk you want to take! We’ll show you how to give your kids the head start you wish you had and set them up to win with money at any age.


How to Teach Pre-Schoolers and Kindergartners About Money


1. Use a clear jar to save.


The piggy bank is a great idea, but it doesn’t give kids a visual. When you use a clear jar, they see the money growing. Yesterday, they had a dollar bill and five dimes. Today, they have a dollar bill, five dimes, and a quarter! Talk through this with them and make a big deal about it growing!


2. Set an example.


A study by the University of Cambridge found that money habits in children are formed

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Teaching Kids About Money: Activities, Tips, and Children’s Allowances

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    Benefits, Creating a Routine, In Kids, and More

    Personal hygiene is how you care for your body. This practice includes bathing, washing your hands, brushing your teeth, and more.

    Every day, you come into contact with millions of outside germs and viruses. They can linger on your body, and in some cases, they may make you sick. Personal hygiene practices can help you and the people around you prevent illnesses. They can also help you feel good about your appearance.

    Learn more about why hygiene is so important, the best ways to practice it, and how you can change your habits to make yourself feel and look better.

    Each person’s idea of personal hygiene differs. These main categories are a useful place to start for building good hygiene habits:

    Toilet hygiene

    Wash your hands after you use the restroom. Scrub with soap for 20 to 30 seconds, and be sure to clean between your fingers, on the back

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