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Three Cups

Three Cups

By Tony Townsley with Mark St. Germain
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4.32 Stars

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On 8/22 Aline Kaehler - Tamed Musings Blog wrote: Three Cups is a book by Tony Townsley with Mark St. Germain for children, talking about finances. Loaded subject, right? This book works with dividing your finances in 3 large groups: give, save, spend.It´s a wonderful book to initiate children in the balancing act that is dealing with money, and it ... Three Cups {Book Review}

Aline Kaehler - Tamed Musings Blog's Rating:

4 Stars

On 7/9 Juanita wrote: What a special, special book. Perfect for starting your children down the road to Financial Management – this story details how a little boy got three cups for his birthday and was taught to allocate his weekly allowance into a savings cup, giving cup and spending cup. Week by week he allocates his ... Three Cups – Tony Townsley & Mark St. Germain

Juanita's Rating:

5 Stars

On 2/18 Deborah Cavitt wrote: Although this book is written so children can learn how to save, the entire family will learn how to give to other people. Three Cups by Tony Townsley with Mark St. Germain shows how a young boy, on his 5th birthday, learns what he can do with his allowance. One cup is for savings, one is for spending, ... Cavitt's Book Reviews

Deborah's Rating:

4 Stars

On 2/1 ClimbingDown wrote: Three Cups teaches children and parents alike on how they could treat money as something to save, to give and to take. It shows different ways on how to deal with money, and how they can use it to help others. I find it very interesting that this should be taught to children, and that it could work ... An Interesting Find!

ClimbingDown's Rating:

5 Stars

On 2/1 Faithfulmommy wrote: I just read a new book for children called "Three Cups" by Tony Townsley. I love the idea behind the story. We actually do this as the kids get money. They dont' get an actual weekly allowance. What I liked about this book (other than the beautiful illustrations) was the sweet memories the Three cups ... Book Review - Three cups

Faithfulmommy's Rating:

5 Stars

On 1/31 Kara Swanson wrote: Three Cups is a great resource for parents wanting to teach their children a responsible, biblical approach to money. Written at the level of an early reader, this is the perfect book to introduce such concepts as giving, saving and spending -- and the balance between the three. I really think it's crucial ... Three Cups

Kara's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/25 Taunya Richards wrote: My daughters age 9 and 11 reviewed the Kindle format of this book. One thing I noted with the Kindle is that the numerous pictures mess up the formatting, making it difficult to read. Luckily the story is short and simple. Daughter Age 9: I would say the book is for age 6 to 9. It is good to teach ... Three Cups by Townsley/Germain

Taunya's Rating:

5 Stars

On 1/13 Tiffany's Bookshelf wrote: Follow the teachings of a family as they teach their children basic financial management.  By using three different cups, the family shows how money can be portioned out for saving, spending, and charitable giving.  The child learns to split his money between the cups, having a visible reminder ... Three Cups, by Tony Townsley and Mark. St. Germain

Tiffany's Bookshelf's Rating:

5 Stars

On 1/8 Greg Friese wrote: In a quick and easy to understand parable Three Cups introduces children to some foundation money management principles. Any household or personal budget needs to begin with spending, saving, and giving equal to what you make. My son, age six, has read Three Cups several times on his own and I asked ... Introduce Children to Money Management Principles

Greg's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/8 April Musgrove wrote: Story by Tony TownsleyWritten by Mark St. GermainIllustrated by April WillyThe Three Cups is a nice book to introduce children to basic money management.  The concept of breaking money into three groups- give, save, spend is explained nicely.  This hardcover book is well made and nicely illustrated ... Three Cups - Give Save Spend Review

April's Rating:

4 Stars