Free Comic Book Teaches Kids Importance of Saving & Personal Finance

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There’s a fun new way to teach your son or daughter about personal finance!  Via Practical Money Skills, Marvel Comics has a free new comic to teach kids the importance of saving and managing personal finances.

The comic called Rocket’s Powerful Plan is a great way for children to learn about financial concepts in an engaging way.

Free Comic Book Teaches Kids Importance Of Saving Personal Finance

Marvel’s New Free Comic Is an Engaging Way for Kids to Learn About Personal Finance!

I’ll tell you how to get a copy!

How to Get the Comic

You can read the full comic here for free on Marvel’s website.

Marvel and Visa have also teamed up with the Public Library Association to distribute the new comic through public libraries nationwide.

Besides the comic, there are great tools like finance terms and worksheets to test your child’s knowledge.

Or if you’re a teacher, they have a helpful guide to creating a lesson about personal finance.

I think it’s important that kids learn about finance early on.  And maybe later they’ll use their knowledge and organizational skills to earn miles and points for Big Travel! 🙂

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