A money poem/fingerplay for children

A money poem/fingerplay for children:

“Three Shiny Quarters”

Three shiny quarters in a pocketbook new
… (Hold up three fingers)
One bought a gumball, then there were two
… (Bend down one finger)
Two shiny quarters, before the day was done
One bought a sticker, then there was one.
… (Bend down another finger)
One little quarter, I heard it plainly say,
… (Wiggle remaining finger)
“I’m going in the piggy bank for a rainy day!”

“People are not born with an understanding of personal finance and economics. Like anything else, it is learned.” – Dr. R F Duvall
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