By the middle and high school phases, teenagers have gained a good deal of experience with money. Maybe it’s a weekly allowance, babysitting, or a check from grandma every birthday. Or perhaps a first job—and maybe even a bank account or bills of their own. But there are still important values and lessons left to teach before they move on to manage larger amounts of money with larger stakes. Planning a Family Activity Night about money is a great way to engage teenagers in activities that will launch conversations about your family values on money and finances.
Download the Money Talk Activity Kit (MS & HS)