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Moonjar Classic Moneybox: Save, Spend, Share

by Moonjar

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 5.5 x 5.5 inches ; 10.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 12.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: 0972428216
  • Item model number: MJ-12310
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 4 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,239 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (56 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Moonjar moneyboxes were created as a tool for children and families to incorporate strong financial values and practices into their daily lives. Launched in 2001, Moonjar moneyboxes are used in homes and schools around the world. The overwhelming response from Moonjar users; mothers and fathers, sons and daughters, grandparents, retailers, and financial institutions, has enforced the vital need for a fun, accessible, and affordable tool to help change how children develop a basic understanding of good money habits by being responsible for dividing their money into compartments dedicated for saving, sharing, and spending. Includes 3-part Moonjar money box, Moonjar Band, Passbook, and Guide.

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Great product that teaches kids well.
AStevens
It is a great way to teach the concept of share (tithe), save, and spend.
bandhcox
LOVE it, as does my three year old granddaughter!
Wilma Fellman

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

175 of 183 people found the following review helpful By booksandbliss VINE VOICE on January 22, 2010
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This is a nice and attractive bank, but it's just tin, and in retrospect, since I shopped for this item in an attempt to help my son save and manage his money, a wiser move would have been to save the $25 and create our own bank using empty cans or jars. You could decorate three cans or jars with felt or fabric and they would do the job just as nicely. At 5 my son could care less if the money were kept in a fancy or man-made bank, but he would've had fun creating his own bank and I would've felt a little less guilty not having spent $25 + shipping and handling on this. The plus is that the 3 sections fit together nicely and thus do not take up much space. I'd give this a higher rating (for the value) if it cost $10 less.
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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By BassoonMomma on January 9, 2010
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I bought four Moonjar Classic Moneybox Retro Tins. One for each of my sons, ages 10,8,6, and 3. Now it is easy to keep track of their money. One bank is for spending, one is for tithing, and one is for long-term savings. When we "get around to it" we can donate the tithing, and deposit the long-term savings in the bank periodically. They always know how much they have to spend. We have thought about writing little notes and keeping them in the spend bank to remind them what toy they are saving up for. These Moonjar retro tin banks really are made out of tin, with the plastic lid that snaps securely on top. The rubber band that wraps around the three of them is sturdy and easy to use. One of the banks got dropped on the tile floor, tin-side-down, and nothing happened to it, it's still as good as new. I would still be careful, none-the-less. I wouldn't want to drop the bank plastic-lid-side-down on the tile, even though the lids are very sturdy as well. Everything breaks on tile. But these banks should last for years to come with proper care. I love them.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By a mom on February 1, 2005
I found this product by accident.My kids now Moonjar their money! Saving , Spending and Sharing . The Moonjar Money box has taught our entire family a new way to look at money.
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I have five children so got one each for my 8 girl, 10 and 11 year old boys. Works real well. Teaches them how to divide there money into three groups so when time for siblings birthday, mothers day, Christmas they dont have to feel there saving is going away but just use the "account" money box for sharing. Also the Savings box money can not be used and we put into the bank account when it gets a large amount which teaches them saving for the future. The spending box they then can focus on something they want as if they keep spending they will never have money to buy. We do 50% savings 25% spending 25% sharing. Also there is a record book I help they with to keep track no one is taking there money and they are not using there save money.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Susan E Crangle on April 1, 2014
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Update: We've now had this about 5 months. She has used her "spending" money to buy stuffed animals at the zoo (which are super overpriced - but now I don't worry about it, that's for her to figure out!), and we opened up a bank account with her "save" money. I honestly am so glad we are doing this. She has a much, much better grasp of money, and what it means to spend it or save it. We are going to do the "share" portion close to the holidays, when I will let her choose a charity. She already is looking forward to that - I don't know how much she understands yet, since we haven't done it, but she will. But in the past several months, watching the money grow, opening a bank account, using her "spending" money - this has been a really, really fantastic item.

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I have been wanting to start to get my daughter to think about money, and saving it for what she wants. I didn't know if 4 was too young (she just turned 4), but she understood immediately that she needs to start holding onto money so that she can buy a stuffed animal flamingo at the zoo. Additionally, she is super motivated now to do things for money. I debated whether or not I wanted to have this be a part of our routine - money as a reward, learning how to save/spend/etc. so early - but it has been fantastic. She doesn't quite grasp the "spending" and "sharing" parts yet, but I can tell that she will soon. I intend to wait until she has a decent amount saved up, then open a bank account where we can deposit it, and use the "share" money on a charity of her choice. The book suggests putting the majority of the money into "spend" and only 5% into the other two, but we do 1/3 1/3 1/3. Why not? For now, it's working great.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By J. Carlson on June 2, 2009
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We started using this with our kids when they turned 4. We thought we might be a bit on the early side, but they have learned so much about money in the past year! This is a great system and I highly recommend it!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Milton Review on August 29, 2008
The moonjar is a great way to help teach children about money. I have purchased two of them and have been using them with my children for over a year. I originally started with my 6 year old, but his younger brother (4) wanted to participate as well. We've made a weekly ritual out of dividing they're allowance (about $0.60 per week) across the save, spend, and share jars. They love the whole process: making little towers of out coins in front of the individual money boxes, dropping the coins in the slots of the box as well as talking about how they're going to go about using the money in their boxes for different things. The most valuable aspect of the product is that it provides a tangible way for children to talk about the concepts of saving, sharing and spending. They see the box and the money in it and are able to talk about how it might be used, for example, using money in their share box to donate toys for other children during Christmas. It is a wonderful product. I highly recommend it as well as the book that goes along with it.
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