Money Camp for Kids

My older boys attended a money camp, hosted by the Registered Financial Planners of the Philippines, two years ago. It was a wonderful experience which taught them practical money skills through the dynamics of a game. This year, TMA Homeschool partnered with RFP to come up with a Money Camp that will include a visit to the Philippine Stock Exchange building.


Here are the details:
June 13 for Ages 7-11
June 14 for Ages 12-16
TIME: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. at the CCF Center, Tiendesitas
June 23 – Philippine Stock Exchange Tour
10 a.m. – 11 a.m. is the slot for kids ages 7-11
11 a.m. – 12 p.m. is the slot for kids ages 12-16
1. Work
2. Needs and wants
3. Paying yourself first
4. Passive income

5. Assets and liabilities

6. Different types of assets

7. Financial Freedom

The slots are limited and are on a first-come-first-served basis. Registration is complete when payment is made. Walk-ins and on-site registration will not be permitted. Interested participants may register at the TMA Homeschool Office, 2nd Floor, Fun Ranch Tiendesitas or via this link:
Please contact Alyssa Chua ( for any questions or concerns. This event is also open to non-homeschoolers.

5 thoughts on “Money Camp for Kids

  1. 🙂 this is a great way to teach children on how to save and wisely spend their hard earned money in the future. I just hope that this will be a regular activity of TM schools, and again should also include the non-homeschoolers. It is just that my daughter is still a toddler I wish she could attend in the years come. Thanks Ms. Joy.

    1. Thanks Mary Anne. It is a good advocacy. I am glad they are starting to teach kids who are still young. Hopefully they will keep doing this for future kids, like yours!

      1. Hi. The announcement poster says June 20 for students ages 12-16 but the details right below it says June 14. Which is the right date? Thank you

  2. Hi Joy,
    This is great! The activity is very good for homeschooling children. Can this be echoed here in Cebu for TMA enrolled kids? God bless

  3. After we talked about that 11-year old girl investing and how much she’s worth today, I want my kids to join this. Unfortunately, I am conducting a workshop at Rustan’s this Saturday. 🙁 Hope you guys plan one more within the year!

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