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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 11/4 Shakespeare wrote: My kids started earning an allowance a few years ago, and at the time I tried to have them set some money aside for savings. I didn't know what I was doing, and I've made some modifications since then, but I'm likely to modify further now that I've read Tony Townsley's Three Cups, a book I received for ... Three Cups... A Review

Shakespeare's Rating:

4 Stars

On 11/4 Diane Kinney wrote: This book is a good tool to use as you teach your children to be responsible with money. It is a read aloud kind of book, but it is also a springboard for discussion as kids learn about money management. I like the visual aid of using 3 cups to keep the money as you watch it grow. I also like the ... Three Cups

Diane's Rating:

3 Stars

On 11/3 Simply Raising 8 wrote: Three Cups: By Tony Townsley and Mark St. Germain Illustrated by April Willy Excellent teaching tool with a great story for all age children The expression on the Childs face encourages you to really feel the moment he receives his gift from his perspective. This story is about the gift of three cups ... Great lesson, could have had biblical reference

Simply Raising 8's Rating:

4 Stars

On 11/3 Proverbs 31 Wannabe wrote: I was excited to have the opportunity to read and review Three Cups by Tony Townsley with Mark St. Germain. It is actually a children's book and I had seen it in a store a while back and made a note that I wanted to buy it. Then I got into whatever it was I was into and forgot about it. When it popped ... My Cup Runneth Over

Proverbs 31 Wannabe's Rating:

5 Stars

On 11/2 MayD wrote: I was so excited to review a book about teaching children to use money wisely.  I expected it to be a step by step instruction book.  Three Cups was definitely not! Three Cups, written by Mark St. Germain, is a story for the family, about a boy who is taught the value of money using three simple cups from the ... Book Review: Three Cups

MayD's Rating:

4 Stars

On 11/2 Mikejencostanzo wrote: For each kid in or family, three colorful margarine tubs came out every Saturday for “Allowance Time.” Dad would divvy out our funds, tithe in the red tub, savings in the blue, and some spending money in the yellow tub. As it turns out, our quirky family tradition is nearly identical with the concept ... Wishing it were more explicitly Christian...

Mikejencostanzo's Rating:

3 Stars

On 11/2 Ben Cabe wrote: Three Cups" is a story of young boy who, on his fifth birthday, is given three cups by his parents. Disappointed by the gift the boy inquires the reason behind it; his parents then informed him that each week they were going to give him an allowance. The three cups represent how he is to divide his money. ... Three Cups Review

Ben's Rating:

2 Stars

On 11/1 Melissa Smith wrote: Three Cups by Tony Townsley and Mark St. Germain is about a young boy who receives three cups and the start of an allowance for his birthday. Each week his allowance is divided among the three cups marked give, save, and spend. When his cups start filling up, his mom takes him to the bank to open an ... Three Cups

Melissa's Rating:

5 Stars

On 10/31 Kat D wrote: What a great idea to teach kids early about money management! I give the idea of 3 cups a BIG thumbs up. This book about it however not so much. I found the book to be geared toward parents or adults rather than children. The nice illustrations are dark and give the feel of a coffee house book, not a ... More for adults than children

Kat D 's Rating:

1 Stars

On 10/30 Jessica Barahona wrote: This is a simple story parents can use to teach children the basics of managing money. The illustrations are sweet and may help younger children understand the book better, though the story is simple enough for school age children. The authors include a short guide for parents at the end with 10 simple ... Great simple intro to money management for children

Jessica's Rating:

5 Stars