Mudpuppy Under the Sea Money Bank
The Mudpuppy Under the Sea Money Bank was illustrated by Helen Dardik. There are schools of colorful fish, a sea turtle, coral, kelp, and a jolly octopus.
What could me more fun than shaking your piggy bank to hear the change rattle around! And with these banks, you'll have funds to share, to spend, and to save.
The Mudpuppy Under the Sea Money Bank shows lots of flowers, but if you want your money to grow, you'll eventually have to take it to your local savings bank to earn interest. Then start to refill this cute bank.
These heavy laminated paper on board banks have a metal hasp, colorful padlock and keys, and best of all, a hinged lid so they don't have to be smashed to make a withdrawal!
- Sturdy laminated paper on board construction
- 4" high, 4-1/2" diameter
- Color-coordinated padlock with 2 keys
- Hinged lid with 3 slots: Save, Spend, Share
- Three interior compartments
- Made with a minimum of 70% recycled paper
Teaching kinds about saving money is a lifelong gift. It takes time, repetition, and who benefits must be demonstrated to make the lesson valuable. Teaching kids while they are young is often the best approach. It marks a path of least resistance - when saving is associated with being fun. Toy banks like the Mudpuppy Under the Sea Money Bank can help establish a regular activity that is tied to a goal: spending part of the savings on fun things.
Made Of / Made In
Mudpuppy Under the Sea Money Bank is made of high-quality paper and printed with nontoxic inks. It is phthalates free. They are designed in the USA and made in China under stringent safety and quality controls.
About the Manufacturer
Galison / Mudpuppy publishing is a collegial company with offices in midtown Manhattan in New York City.
Gallison was founded in 1979 to work with museums to make their imagery widely available in the form of well-designed and manufactured paper products. It originally published some books and calendars before focusing on boxed notecards, fine art stationery, greeting cards, personalized Christmas cards (for individuals and businesses), note cards, journals, and other gift products for writers, which is why we're sometimes still known as Galison Books, a.k.a. GMG Publishing.
Mudpuppy Press was launched in 1992. From an early specialization in puzzles, it expanded to its current offering of puzzles, journals, diaries, educational games, toys, and stationery for children and the young at heart.
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