Mechanical Kitty Coin Bank Gives Kids Fun Way To Save

Posted: Jul 21 2010, 1:30pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 12:59pm CDT , in Shopping Tips


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The Mechanical Kitty Coin Bank is available at ThinkGeek for $29.99.

As a parent, I know firsthand how hard it is to teach your children about the value of a dollar. Money is just a concept they do not quite grasp at a young age. One thing that can really help your kids learn the value of a dollar is by giving them a piggy bank for saving their money. However, these days who wants a plain old piggy bank when you can have the Mechanical Kitty Coin Bank.

Hiding inside a Japanese box is a cute little kitten. All you do is place a coin on the food bowl that is located on the top of the box. Then the kitten will pop out covertly, snatch the coin, and go back inside the safety of its little box. You have your choice of a white kitty or a brown kitty. It is so cute it is almost something an adult would want. Your kids will love it and they will be learning about saving money. This will defiantly make them want to save just so they can watch the kitten come get their money. Be sure to buy your kids one today.

The Mechanical Kitty Coin Bank is available at ThinkGeek for $29.99.

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