April is Financial Literacy Month! While we learn to navigate life during the stay-at-home order, visit the Kansas City Public Library’s growing digital resource library online!
In collaboration with the Kansas City Public Library’s North-East branch, this week’s digital resource of the week is “Teaching your kids about finances,” an e-course that teaches parents how to successfully talk to your kids and teach them smart money habits.
This course is available on lynda.com and is FREE with your library card.
What is the course?
This 38-minute, beginner-level e-course is taught by Winnie Sun, a longtime financial advisor, Forbes contributor, CNBC Financial Advisor Council member, and mother of three. She offers a clear plan to teaching children about money and gives practical tips along the way.
Topics include: how to talk to kids about money, allowance or no allowance, spending and saving, and discussing money in today’s digital age.
How do I access the course?
The course is offered on lynda.com, an online learning company that helps anyone learn business, software, technology and creative skills to achieve personal and professional goals.
The course is FREE with your library card.
To access, click here and click on the yellow button that says “Access lynda.com” or click on the blue button that says “How to Use Lynda” for video tutorials on accessing lynda.com.
Then, type in your library card number and PIN.
What if I don’t have a library card?
If you do not have a library card, click here to sign up for an ecard and get immediate access to the library’s digital collection and resources, including ebooks, audiobooks, magazines, videos, music, and research databases like lynda.com.
To learn more, visit kcpubliclibrary.org or call 816.701.3449.