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Money Animals Jr. Workshops

You pick the time. You pick the place.

It's that easy!

Reserve your spot for the next workshop. Dates are filling up fast.

  • Use the calendar to book your slot

  • Here are a few basic checks and reminders for those interested in hosting a Money Animals Jr. workshop.

    • Remember our instructor comes to you so please be sure to provide complete details for site location so we can be where you need us when you need us. 

    • Make sure your chosen location is well-lit and spacious enough for attendees of all ages.

    • Pricing per session is per family. This includes (2) parents and (3) children

    • Ensure attendees are not exhibiting flu-like symptoms or running a fever. We ask all hosts to recognize and practice recommended COVID-19 safety protocols.


    What makes a good location?

    Your kitchen table. Your backyard. Your living room floor. The library community room. Someplace well lit and clean.

    Kids learn best when they are comfortable. Pick a spot that's safe, the kids enjoy being in and have something to do while the parents talk. 

    What do workshop hosts need to provide?

    Someplace to sit in circle-like shape. A table works. So does a picnic blanket. 

    A well-lit spot is important so kids can see all the money they're going to be counting! Cha-ching cha-ching!

    Is this suitable for a beginner?

    Yes! Beginners welcomed! We love you guys because you bring the best questions. And you'd be surprised at what you and your children actually know about money.

    Do I have to book all three workshops?

    No. In fact, you don't even need to take them in any particular order. Whether you book one workshop, two, or all of them, Money Animals Jr. workshops are designed as stand-alone workshops and there are many more slated.  

    Contact Us

    Have any questions? Feel free to email us at [email protected] and we'll get back to you rain or shine.