with Digital Devices
Nutrition and Junk Food
An easier way to turn your messages into productive habits
Generosity & the
Joy of Giving
Tangible rewards can get children over the friction of a new habit. Clear rules can make the path to success easy to understand.
Your education, positive praise and loving attention is the reason they keep going. Consistent messaging creates foundation.
Be consistent in your messaging, positive praise and repetition to motivate, educate and strengthen relationships.
Our variety of incentives are a fun simple way to get kids to focus and be motivated towards a goal until it becomes habit.
There are many ways you can use the system to let them earn the things they love to build grit and a sense of accomplishment.
Show them first-hand how saving and self-control can lead to greater rewards with our variety of visual currencies and tools.
Rewards always taste sweeter after time. Earning the things they want can make them realize that waiting isn't so bad.
KidCash is a gentle way to let them know their actions have consequences, which may include teachers, nanas & more!
Budget, save, spend and give with colorful play cash that's specially crafted for small hands and visually optimized for focus.
A structure that is aligned with the real world will let your kids practice making decisions that will be relevant later on in life.
Managing money makes math suddenly useful and real! How many dollars do you need? How many will you have left?
KidCash let's them decide what they earn making them feel trusted and respected. You still decide what is sane and fair.
Gift dollars can't be spent on themselves, so it's easier to give. They can experience the joy of spreading happiness to others.
KidCash doesn't take up a lot of work or time. Be consistent with your messaging through the week and bring it home with a daily or weekly allowance session. We taped a live session for you so you can see how easy it is.
Danielle D. says...As a teacher, philanthropist, wife, and mother of a 12 year old boy with Aspergers...I can honestly say that KidCash is truly a blessing! Growing up, my son struggled with fairness and motivation to accomplish daily tasks. He...read more
Rolf L. says...This is the most innovative, ingenious, and NECESSARY tool in our upbringing arsenal! KidCash teaches our son discipline, the importance of earning and saving, the value of work, penalties for not following the rules, and overall structure. AND IT'S FUN...read more
Christina K. says...My LO is 3 1/2 and at first I thought she may be too young for Kid Cash. I am happy I started using it anyway. It is working wonders for us. She looks forward to saving "cash" for items. She is learning the valu...read more
Tre H. says... The KidCash system has been amazing in our home. The children no longer "nag" for things...the change was basically overnight...read more
Karen E. says...This kit has all you need to teach kids how their actions translate to money which in turn buys things/activities they want. Many people wait until kids are older to teach dollar-sense, when in fact kids as young as 2yo are...read more
Patrick H. says...In our home, we use many reward systems, especially since we have an autistic child. KidCash is so much more than a reward system, it is a parent education system. This ...read more
Bethany Stout. says...We love our KidCash system in our house! Instead of making limiting junk food and device time a negative experience, it has made it fun and easy! I highly recommend this program to anyone with ...
Melissa says...KidCash sets the foundation for us to build off. Really, it's almost like behavior therapy for M2. Her therapists have suggested various things in the past that KidCash helps us to incorporate and apply more...read more
Maria C. says...As an educator and a mom, I can’t begin to describe to you how important it is to teach children how to be financially responsible early on and to encourage them to make...read more
Ashley says...We’ve instantly seen an improvement in attitude. She’s also so excited about her cash, she even brought it to the restaurant and when she ordered lemonade, she “paid” the waitress. I’m hopeful...read more