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Man's hand holding Money Jar for Kids at Target

Target Bullseye’s Playground always has fun stuff for so cheap! 

During our most recent cruise through Target’s Bullseye’s Playground, we spotted these fun Money Jars for kids! Each jar sells for just $3 and is offered in store only.

Practice the ideas of working, giving, saving and spending with these money jars that work well with Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace Junior set!

Woman's hand holding up Money Jar shown from top

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Comments 9

  1. PrincessMom

    Very good idea! My daughter has had a piggy bank to save for herself since she was born. We’ve always had a family charity jar where we toss our loose change and then donate it when the jar gets full. She has her own little donation box now so it can go to a charity she chooses herself—she decides to put money she’s given in hers or the charity box and more often than not chooses the charity. 😊

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      How sweet! Thanks for taking the time to share with us! 💕

  2. Allison

    We do this with our son! He puts his spending in his wallet, his savings in his piggy bank, and his giving in a cup so it’s easily accessible to take to church. I may have to look for this the next time I’m in target. I’m curious about the size. My son is currently saving to buy a Nintendo Switch, so that savings slot has got to be big enough to hold that much money.

  3. Lpmousse

    We give our 5 year old daughter $.75 a week in allowance. She puts $.25 in a spend piggy bank, $.25 in a save piggy bank and $.25 in an offering envelope to bring to church. She has to do chores around the house to earn it, and if she doesn’t, she gets a spend or save quarter taken away. It’s noon a good teaching tool.

  4. Jennine

    it has a real DIY look to it 😉 small oatmeal container with cereal box divider inside decorate as you wish!

  5. Vicky

    What is this piggy bank’s size?

  6. Vicky

    May I know this piggy bank’s size?

  7. Vicky

    How to make deal? I didn’t see the ”order” button.

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      This item was sold in-store only.

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