Help Your Kids Learn All About Money
Delta Community's summer camps are designed to help your child learn about money while having fun. Our Cool Cash Money Camp
provides an interactive introduction to money for children 7-10 years old. Older kids, ages 11-14, can expand on their earlier experiences or dive right in with a customized financial lesson in Cool Cash Money II
. Check back in 2019 to register for these summer camps.
Cool Cash Money Camp
During our Cool Cash Money Camp, your child will learn the basics of money during an interactive session. Each learning segment includes a discussion and collaborative activity. The Cool Cash Money Camp is appropriate for children ages 7-10. Each camper will receive a camp workbook, achievement certificate and fun gift. Please note that a parent must remain onsite with their child during the camp session.
Camp sessions are facilitated by Delta Community representatives and Camp curriculum meets age-appropriate National Financial Literacy Standards. Topics include:
- Earning - learning to earn, identifying sources of income
- Saving - creating a savings goal and plan, eliminating unnecessary expenses
- Spending - differentiating between wants and needs, exploring different methods of payment
- Giving - understanding charitable organizations, discovering ways to give to those in need
Cool Cash Money II
Cool Cash Money II is more than a camp; it is an opportunity for your child to see how financial decisions impact real life. Building on money basics, like saving and spending, Cool Cash Money II explores all aspects of budgeting and includes a guided, personalized lesson. Cool Cash Money II is appropriate for ages 11-14. Please note that a parent must remain onsite with their child during the camp session.
Delta Community representatives facilitate all Cool Cash Money II sessions and the curriculum meets age-appropriate National Financial Literacy Standards. Topics include:
- Budgeting - setting a budget with real-world expenses, identifying common budget busters
- Insurance - investigating why insurance is an important part of a financial plan
- Credit basics - understanding credit and interest, learning how to use credit responsibly
- Introduction to investing - exploring the basics of investing, discovering the power of compound interest