What’s cute, yellow and good with kids? Meet the elephant in the room, Clever Kash
What’s cute, yellow and good with kids? Meet the elephant in the room, Clever Kash – a cashless money box that helps parents teach children about saving. No longer is showing kids the value of saving money a ‘mammoth’ tusk, I mean, task, with this digital device which displays the child’s name and savings amount.
You can top it up for chores, birthdays, and visits from the tooth fairy. This is particularly handy when you can’t find any coins in a hurry to put under the pillow (although a free printable tooth fairy certificate is a great idea if you want to pop something under their pillow still.) They can’t pull the plug from the elephant underbelly either to get coins out like I used to do to Kashin back in the Eighties.
Our chore chart on the fridge.
The cute little plastic pachyderms are rolling out from October 2016, firstly to those who pre-registered for one, and demand is expected to be high. They are available free of charge nationwide to ASB customers with children aged four to twelve.
Even Spider-Man can learn to save money as well as saving people.
The evolution of our yellow money boxes.
For more info, see ASB’s Clever Kash webpage at www.asb.co.nz/cleverkash
Words and photos by Megan Robinson. This post is in collaboration with ASB, however views and opinions are my own.
26 October 2016
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