Moonjar Classic Moneybox: Save, Spend, Share
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- Teach children to Save, Spend and Share wisely for a lifetime
- A great allowance tool
- Removable acrylic lids
- Family Guide and Passbook included
- Dimensions: 5.5 x 5 inches
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Top Customer Reviews
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.
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.Read more ›
Only drawback is the band that keeps the 3 separate compartments together is not super tight. It needs to be lose to allow room for them to come out, but I feel like it doesn't keep them together very well. I wish I would've bought one that was 1 piece with different compartments & tops.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
All 3 kids loved these and friends want to know where to get them. Great idea and good product.Published 7 days ago by Julie
Not what I thought. I do like the multiple slots as we teach our children about the different important things to do with money but the jar isn't connected. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Nathan
Gave as a gift to 5 yr old niece along with multiple bills of varying amounts. She promptly divided the bills between the sections according to what she thought was appropriate... Read morePublished 15 days ago by MH
This was a big, big hit with both the children and the adults. After giving my 8-year old nephew some change he was very thoughtful about what to do with the money. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Dana Pearl
LOVE these moneyboxes! We bought one for each of our children. They think they're pretty cool. Now when they get paid for chores they sort out how much to save,spend,and share... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Stephanie
Kids love using this "piggy bank" I love telling them to look at their spending balance to buy what they wantPublished 24 days ago by BAAA
I bought this as a gift to encourage a young girl how to save, spend and share her money. I also gave one to her sister. Read morePublished 26 days ago by B. Gundy
This is a great way to teach our kids about saving and easy to use.Published 1 month ago by Noel Candelaria
i like the concept but i thought they came in some thing that held the m together. that something is a big yellow rubber band.Published 1 month ago by Tyson