Money games for kids – Money Instructor

This is the second post about fun resources and games for kids to help with their financial education. There are many more to come,

Enjoy everyone!

The Money Instructor online money game is chockfull of information on kids money, has games and activities and lesson plans, lessons and worksheets. You can also reproduce printable play money.

Learn how to teach your children and teens about money. Learn about different ways kids can make money. There’s information for teenagers looking for
their first job. How can a teenager find a job?

Learn how kids can start their own businesses. There are even business ideas for teens! ;o)

What about allowances?

How about some money saving ideas on kids saving money?

What about teaching children money skills according to their grade levels (pre-k through kindergarten, first grade, second to third grade, fourth grade, fifth to
sixth grade, seventh to eighth grade, ninth to tenth grade and eleventh to twelfth grade)?

Help yourself to the many games offered to teach kids basic money skills and interactive lessons.

There are lesson plans, lessons and worksheets on basic skills – counting money; earning money – income and wages; spending money – consumer math; books on money for kids; saving for college and additional resources.

From the beginning to the end, the Money Instructor online money game is so chockfull of information you will feel like the energizer bunny going from one part
to another!

Cheers … Amanda van der Gulik … Excited Life Enthusiast! ;o)


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2 Responses to Money games for kids – Money Instructor

  1. Peter says:

    Looks like a great site Amanda, thanks for posting the link.
    Cheers
    Peter

    • Amanda says:

      I’m so glad you enjoyed that link Peter, I’ve had fun looking for helpful resources for parents and over the next few months I will be posting all my findings.

      I want to make sure that we, as the parents, have the best and most fun resources to help empower our kids with money savvy!

      Cheers…Amanda…Excited Life Enthusiast! ;o)

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