Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett is back in the headlines as his animation series that teaches children about financial literacy has been picked up by television network The Hub.
The former web series “Secret Millionaires Club” aired for the first time on cable television yesterday (October 23rd) and taught viewers about the importance of a “good reputation” in life and in business.
The series has a spectacular website for children to learn fiscal responsibility through financial games such as “Compounding Connections” where children use currency to attempt to pay off their credit card debt before the time runs out. To help familiarize children with trading stocks at a young age, the website also features a stock ticker with the current trading prices for children’s products such as Build a Bear, Nintendo, and Nike.
Through these fun and interactive financial lessons, Buffet is teaching children financial literacy one animated episode at a time. Do your children a favor and invest in their financial well-being by tuning into “Secret Millionaires Club.” Your children and your pockets will surely thank you later.
To learn how to make finance fun for kids and read more about the ”Secret Millionaires Club,” check out the show times and dates in the shows section of the Hub World website.
Jonathan Slappey is a writer for Quicken Loans, a company whose clients believe it’s Engineered to Amaze. Interested in being Amazed by us? Read trusted reviews at our review site.