Ah, the smell of pumpkin pie and apple cider is in the air... we must be getting closer to Thanksgiving! Pounce and Paws enjoy the delicious smells while they play outside. Not many trees in Arizona have autumn leaves that layer the ground. Yet there are still plenty to jump on for that "cronch" sound! … Continue reading Give Thanks With Pounce & Paws
2020 has been filled with a several changes to our daily routines and Pounce needs your help making the most of the circumstances. He knows that wearing a mask while out on his adventures helps to keep everyone safe... but seeing all his pals with their faces covered feels strange to our friendly ocelot. Still, there are plenty of ways to make looking like a ninja more fun. Pounce needs your help to create unique patterns for his face masks so everyone can see just how much personality resides within him.
Summer isn't quite here yet, but the heat is! What's a great way to to deal with it? For Pounce and Paws, the choice is easy: ice cream!
Moms do a lot to take care of us! Can you list everything your mom does each day? Pounce is so thankful for his wonderful mother, and he wants to show her how much he cares this Mother's Day.
There are a lot of words credit unions and banks use when talking about money. Some of them are really easy to understand - but some are a little more confusing! Pounce and Paws are learning all about them.
Spring is here! What's your favorite part? The flowers, the baby animals, the Easter Bunny? We love it all!
How do you celebrate Valentine's Day? Lots of people buy cards and candy from the store for you to pass out to your classmates and other friends. This year, why not make your own?
If you're a fan of Howler from the Arizona Coyotes, you'll be happy to know he's joined forces with Pounce to help kids learn about money! This ocelot and coyote team have added some fun for kids in the Little Howlers program. If they sign up for a Pounce Account at SunWest, they will receive: … Continue reading Pounce Has A New Friend: Howler!
Sometimes it might seem like your parents have a lot of money, and they can buy anything they want! But they only have a limited amount. What does this mean when you're trying to buy something?
Do you go shopping with your parents? Maybe you have wanted a toy, but they said they had to save the money for bills. Or you wanted to get cookies, but they bought fruit instead. Why do adults buy some things but not everything you would like?