The Money Mentor: Using the Game of Monopoly to Teach Your Kids about Money

lorillia brown-phillips teaches about building black wealth

Lorillia Brown-Phillips talks about teaching kids about money.
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2 responses to “The Money Mentor: Using the Game of Monopoly to Teach Your Kids about Money

  1. Renelda Moorehead

    Maybe my pareenting skills were okay afterall. In the seventies I taught my
    sons to play the game MONOPOLY. It was ans is my fave board game.
    They played that game with their buddies as if the paper money were real.
    It was like poker. I made the sandwiches! Heated arguments sometimes ensued. My sons are now adults and are VERY financially savvy. I don’t
    know if the MONOPOLY GAME THEY PLAYED IS THE REASON FOR THEIR FINANCIALL SAVVY, .But we enjoyed it.

  2. WizardG

    Teach your children to be like white people early on. Teach them the white murderer’s holidays and religious beliefs. Teach them how to cheat and lie and steal in such a way that it seems okay! Buy them games that will surely continue the money into the white man’s pockets and send them to the schools where the curriculums are certified by white’s. All this so that they can ignorantly prosper in a white-supremacist ‘racist’ society which creates a facade of equality, freedom, and justice for all, while it murders and pillages people here and around the world! Let your children learn how to help them!

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