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Please note that our curriculium is subject to change without notice based on compatibily issues with various versions of software. 

So...what will my kids learn in Camp Millionaire?

At the very least, children will leave Camp Millionaire with a heightened awareness of the financial world around them. Most leave with much more.

  • How to make their money (jobs and businesses).

  • How to manage their money (budgets).

  • How to multiply their money (investing in businesses, real estate and the stock market).

  • How to think like and act like, a wealthy person (who donates and does a lot of good with their extra money).

  • When to use other people's money and when NOT to!

  • How money can be used to give back and help their communities.

  • And so much about life we can't begin to tell you.

 

Camp Millionaire is based on simple money management and wealth creation principles such as:

  • Life is an adventure; let passion be your guide.

  • You are the CEO of your own life.

  • Pay yourself first.

  • Save early, save often, and invest wisely.

  • Put your money to work for you.

  • It’s not how much money you make that’s important, it’s how much you keep.

  • Interest is only interesting when YOU are receiving it.

 

Will my kids have a good time? - YES! And WE have a great time teaching it.

Camp Millionaire uses a multi-sensorial (visual, auditory, kinesthetic) teaching technique known as accelerated learning to keep your kids and students engaged throughout the entire camp:

  • Making it relevant: Your kids may not care about checkbooks and credit cards yet because they don’t have to use them. We show them why it’s important to care now so they don’t "pay" later.

  • Experience before content: Nearly every major concept is tied to a game, activity or process, which means your child gets to learn about the concept without even knowing it.

  • Repetition and review: A wise man once said, "Repetition is the mother of skill." Kids and students will be exposed to the most important information multiple times in a variety of different ways so the information really sticks.