Southern Mom Loves: Keep Your Cool For Back To School: Moonjar Sponsor Spotlight {Review}

Keep Your Cool For Back To School: Moonjar Sponsor Spotlight {Review}

Thursday, August 7, 2014

This is a sponsored post.

The 'Keep Your Cool For Back To School' Event is here! There is a huge $570 prize package filled with products to help you get Back To School without breaking a sweat! Read about one of our Sponsors below, then enter to win here.

Our next Sponsor Spotlight is on Moonjar! Moonjar is a wonderful company that makes educational products to teach kids about money. An amazing allowance tool, they can help you teach your children how to save, spend, and share! They not only make moneyboxes, but also books, conversation-starters, and teacher's lesson plans. You can get the Moonjar by itself, in a family kit, or even a classroom kit with curriculum.

About Moonjar:
Moonjar LLC was established in 2001 by Eulalie Scandiuzzi, a Seattle native, to inspire and incorporate strong financial values and practices into everyday life. 
The name Moonjar comes from the idea of “Shooting for the Moon” and creating Big Dreams, along with the ancient custom of placing hopes and dreams in a jar. 
Today Moonjar is a vibrant young company working to bring financial literacy to children and families around the globe. We believe the time to start the conversation about money is now and the way to start the conversation is through Saving, Spending and Sharing. 
All our products are trademarked, copyrighted, patented and created with recyclable materials.

I was sent a Classic Moonjar Moneybox to review, along with some conversation-starter pads. The Classic Moonjar is a tin 3-part Moneybox with removable lids.

I unpacked the Moonjar and found the tin to be sturdy and well made. I love that it's so colorful! Each box is marked "Save", "Spend", and "Share", and can be separated or kept together with the included elastic band.

The moneybox comes with a passbook to track your change.

And a family guide to encourage goal setting and discussion. The family guide is so helpful for people that know how to budget, and also for those that don't. It can walk you though how to teach your children to budget and set their goals. The conversation-starter pads work with the Moonjar to help your children set their goals in a visual way for spending, saving, and sharing.

The goals can be attached to each part of the Moonjar as a reminder of your goal.

And all of the moneyboxes can be banded together for an all-in-one budgeting system that is easy for children to visualize and identify.

I think the Moonjar is a fabulous teaching tool and you will too!

Moonjar has offered to Sponsor an International Moonjar Moneybox in the 'Keep Your Cool For Back To School' Event!

You can find the Moonjar products on their Website.

You can also find Moonjar on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.

I received products in order to facilitate an honest review. All opinions are my own.

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