Remembering the piggy bank


This 451-word blog post looks at changing habits for pocket money, piggy banks, bank accounts for children, and the ability for children to recognise coins and bank notes. Written on 1st December 2019.

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Article preview: Did you have a piggy bank when you were a child? Despite a continued shift away from coins and banknotes, it seems that piggy banks for children have not yet become a historic relic. New research has found that 72% of children still own a piggy bank in 2019. The proportion of piggy bank owners has fallen from 80% a couple of years earlier, hinting at a decline in this early years savings tool.