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"Interesting to read": the book "Financial Fairy Tales for Kids"

"Interesting to read": the book "Financial Fairy Tales for Kids"
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On April 17, in the Children's Room at a lesson from the series "It is interesting to read", the children, together with the characters of the book by E. Frolova "Financial Fairy Tales for Kids", were fascinatedly learning financial literacy.

The heroes of the fairy tale, falling into different, sometimes difficult, stories, helped children to arouse interest in the topic and learn the basic skills of handling money.

Stories one after another perfectly revealed and supplemented many financial situations, helping the children learn to make the right financial decisions and take responsibility for their actions.

With special inspiration and diligence, the young participants drew their favorite fairy tale heroes, completed fun tasks and, having mastered the knowledge gained, played the game "Shop" together.

Read also about other activities in the Children's Room and stay tuned for upcoming classes.

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