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Seven videos that'll help your kids with money

Children's money habits are formed by the age of seven, so the earlier they start to learn about money the better.

This week is My Money Week, with schools all over the country running special classes to help children learn the skills and confidence to understand and use money.

But financial education doesn't have to be confined to the classroom. There are plenty of lessons you can teach at home to bring on the money knowledge of your children.

Here's a pick of videos produced by the Money Advice Service with child psychologist Dr. Elizabeth Kilbey that share entertaining and educational activities that you can work through together.

1. Where do your money habits come from

2. When it's gone it's gone

3. Getting your children familiar with money

4.Teaching your children what money is used for

5. Letting your children have a go with money

6. Your children and virtual money

7. Making your money go further with your children

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