Pam speaks with Go-To Grandma host Kathy Buckworth about MoneyPrep's financial literacy initiatives with RBC and tips on getting kids started on their financial wellness journey. Listen for some great conversation about kids and money learning.
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Pam recently had the opportunity to speak with the MoneyDad Podcast about how to bring up kids to be financially healthy. Listen for some great tips and conversation around parenting kids and money.
April 1, 2022 MoneyPrep is on a mission to teach kids smart money habits… and to partner with companies that care. MoneyPrep is proud to work with RBC® to bring financial literacy learning to kids across Canada.
150 entries, 40 finalists, 9 winners. MoneyPrep chosen as the award recipient for “Best Non-Financial Services Company”. The MAIAs recognize all the great work being done around the world to advance financial literacy for all. MoneyPrep is the only Canadian company to receive this honor.
Three UofA Alumni started an Edtech company to teach kids financial literacy in a new era of online learning.
Educate. People should understand what they need. Encourage them to evaluate their individual situation and what potential products can help them.
Sam X Renick is an author and financial literacy for kids champion. His series Sammy Rabbit focuses on educating kids about personal finance. Our Co-founder spoke with Sam about first money memories.
November 17, 2021 MoneyPrep Partners With Cashback App Ampli Edmonton Edtech company is bringing free money lessons to kids of Ampli users. Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on… Read More »MoneyPrep Partners With Cashback App Ampli
Practice problem solving. Start with the problems that have little consequences like “What should we have for dinner when everyone wants something different?” Problem solving is an essential life skill that helps them cope with adversity in any environment.
October 19, 2021 Parents’ Shields Could Be Hurting Alberta Kids Hiding our money problems is not helping our kids learn financial literacy skills. Share on facebook Share on twitter Share… Read More »Parents’ Shields Could Be Hurting Alberta Kids
MoneyPrep is more than an EdTech app. It’s a company that is devoted to making sure the next generation is mentally and habitually ready to be money smart.
Pam Liyanage Of MoneyPrep On The 5 Things Parents Can Do To Help Their Children Thrive and Excel In School
Pam Liyanage is a co-founder of MoneyPrep, a video game app that teaches kids aged 5–12 smart money habits and financial literacy skills. Liyanage has a 25-year background in the financial services industry and is a mother of four.
October 13, 2021 How One EdTech Company is Destigmatizing the Topic of Money Breaking the stigma attached to talking about money by talking about money with everyone. Share on facebook… Read More »How One EdTech Company is Destigmatizing the Topic of Money
September 29, 2021 How Prepared Can the Next Generation Be for Its Own Economic Crisis? Very! Says the creator of a brand new money management video game app for kids.… Read More »How Prepared Can the Next Generation Be for Its Own Economic Crisis?
September 16, 2021 A Fun Long-Term Solution to Canada’s Cash-Strapped Adult Trend Canadian EdTech company launches a new video game App that teaches kids smart money habits for future financial… Read More »A Fun Long-Term Solution to Canada’s Cash-Strapped Adult Trend
September 13, 2021 Financial Literacy Video Game for Kids Launches Mobile App Edmonton Edtech company launches App as global E-Learning Market Booms Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on… Read More »Financial Literacy Video Game for Kids Launches Mobile App
September 8, 2021 Kids, COVID & the Need for Increased Financial Literacy Edmonton Edtech firm aims to prepare kids for future financial uncertainty like that brought on by the COVID-19… Read More »Kids, COVID & the Need for Increased Financial Literacy
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