3 Piggy Banks to Teach Kids to Count their Pennies

December 14, 2010 by momfarah
shefinds | Kids

A piggy bank is probably not on your kid’s holiday wish list, but if he doesn’t already have one, the holidays are a great time to get one.

Not only can he use it to stash all that holiday cash from faraway relatives, but it’s a smart way to introduce little ones to saving. He can start saving for that sold out toy that didn’t make it under the tree, and set aside a portion to donate to less fortunate kids.

Saving money is fun with this Electronic Money Jar ($10) that counts every coin and displays the total on a digital display.

Reindeer Holiday Piggy Bank

These collectible holiday Piggy Banks are so cute and affordable (they’re just $10 each), that they’re sold out online. But you can still drive over to Target and pick one up. Choose from candy cane stripes, to Santa and Nutcracker piggy banks.

Money Tree Bank

Money doesn’t grow on trees, it grows under! The more coins you put in this Money Tree Savings Bank ($40), the taller your money tree grows.

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