“Look at the mortgage crisis and how many families lost their homes — 3.9 million foreclosures. Look at the amount of money — $1.1 trillion — we owe in student loan debt. The amount —$845 billion — we owe in credit card debt. It’s pretty clear that adults don’t know much about money. To help the next generation avoid the mistakes of their elders, and to live financially fit lives, they need to be taught the essentials about money,” says Beth Kobliner, author of the New York Times bestseller GET A FINANCIAL LIFE in Forbes online. At age 6-10, children should be taught at how to make choices how to spend money. Children should be wise on what they would spend with their money. That’s why they need to keep up with activities like saving and goal-setting. Bright School provides BANK DAY for Primary Students to ease them in learning money lesson in which many of other schools don’t. We do BANK DAY regularly to make children get accustomed to saving. Happy saving.