If you're already a parent, you've probably experienced the following situation at one time or another: while browsing the aisles of a shop with your young child, they suddenly stop in front of a toy, beg you to buy the object of their desire and, when you refuse, throw a tantrum. No matter how many times you explain that the toy is too expensive, the child just cries and cries. Does that mean you have to give in to their desires? Certainly not. Teaching your child about money is possible and even desirable. How can we do it? Here are six ways to teach your child about the value of money.