3 out of every 4 of us across all income levels can’t properly manage our money
What most people don’t know is that our basic money habits are set between ages 5-9
We have to teach fiscal literacy as a family - it’s not done in school
Guiding kids to form good habits, learn, and go out into the real world best prepared
deep-rooted money and number smarts
concepts and instill good personal values
a real bank account and own money
Music by Zach Gill
(Jack Johnson Band, ALO)
We are a team of creators, technologists, educators, and parents with a single mission: To usher every iGen children into adulthood with financial literacy, math aptitude, and good human values.
We are joined by these 4 heros and heroines in our rich fictional world.
When the farm animals and wild animals decided to run from the crazy, self-destructive humans and create their own world in the deep forest, it was only a matter of time before these heros and heroines would emerge.
Intelligent, strategic, brave, and fiercely protective of his friends and his world, Savvie will make sure good ultimately overcomes evil - for good. Savvie always thinks long term with everything and understands money is just means to an end.
Savvy investor with unmatched discipline
Savvie’s kind and devoted friend. He might approach life with simplicity and innocence but no one will fault him for it. He looks like he’s easy to take advantage of - if anyone thinks Sumo wrestlers are dumb and slow too. Don’t let looks dictate your thinking!
The super money saving bunny.
As his full name might give away, Winston Mortimer Fox III comes from old money. But also bucking the stereotype, he’s a good natured and down-to-earth kid not interested in showing off wealth but using his means to live life to the fullest with his friends.
Free-spirited life explorer
As the headmistress, she has the important responsibility of preparing the children to fully realize all their unique potentials. She’s gentle but firm, loves to impart knowledge, and practices what she preaches by actively engaging in philanthropic endeavors.
Philanthropist with a heart of gold
" The real measure of your wealth is how much you’d be worth if you lost all your money "
" An investment in knowledge pays the best interest "
" A wise person should have money in their head, but not in their heart "
" Wealth consists not in having great possessions, but in having few wants "
" Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work "
" Empty pockets never held anyone back. Only empty heads and empty hearts can do that "
" Wealth is the ability to fully experience life "