Moonjar Classic Save Spend Share 3-Part Tin Moneybox Bank
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- Multiple award winning bank with 3 tin canisters. Each canister has either save, spend, or share on the side.
- Each canister measures 5.25 " tall. When held together be the included rubber band the set measure 5" wide x 5" long.
- Moneybox includes a paper passbook with sections for kids to indicate what they deposited and withdrew from each of the save, spend, and share canisters. A great help to learning math too.
- Each canister has a color coordinated acrylic lid with a money slot measuring 1.5" long and 5/16". Kids can easily deposit coins and folded bills.
- The Family Guide booklet provides advice and ideas that encourage lifelong financial responsibility and learning.
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A multiple award winner! This durable tin 3 in 1 moneybox is a timeless gift that will inspire and teach children to save, spend, and share wisely for a lifetime. A great allowance tool too. Moonjar moneyboxes were created as a tool for children and families to incorporate strong financial values and practices into their daily lives. Moonjar moneyboxes are used in homes and schools around the world to teach financial basics and literacy. The Moonjar is a modern take and educational alternative to piggy banks. The Moonjar bank consists of three, diamond shaped tin canisters with either save, spend, or share on the side. Children deposit their hard earned allowance amongst the three canisters and talk about why they are splitting their funds. The paper deposit and withdrawal booklet is divided into the same three sections (save, spend, and share) as well. Older children hone their math skills as they determine the percentage allocated to each canister. Each canister has an acrylic lid with a 1.5" long x 5/16" wide slot for kids to deposit change and folded bills. The acrylic lids fit snugly and may need adult help to open when children are young. Older kids will have no problem opening and counting their money. The three canisters are held together by a rubber band for neatness, yet kids can easily remove the band and investigate each canister separately and move funds between them. A paper family guide is also included. Moneybox canisters measure 5.25" high and 5" wide when the canisters are bundled together using the rubber band. Moonjar banks help parents to teach basic skills of saving for a goal, spending appropriately and sharing with a sibling or cause the child is interested in.
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The jar itself is metal with plastic lids, all held together with a rubber band. It's not the greatest construction out there, but it serves its purpose. We especially liked the small registry that comes with it, so he can keep track of what's going in and out of his jar. It gives him the ability to practice his math as well has developing good record keeping skills as well as building helpful saving/charitable habits for later in life.
We keep it up on top of our hutch because I do not believe it would last long in the hands of our 1st grader, and we just bring it down on "pay" day or when he wants to get some spending money. I can envision it getting broken, or having the lids/separated sections getting lost.
Overall, I think this is a great idea, but I do wish it was better constructed.
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Unfortunately, despite paying extra and stating it was available for next day delivery, it did not arrive the next day but did arrive in time for Christmas.