Money Made Fun for Kids


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Developing good money habits ideally starts at an early age.  With our new generation being tech-savvy, we must meet them where they are.  Here is a listing of fun money games geared for various ages:

ABCya! Learn to Count Money – Recommended for Grades 3-5 from ABCya website.

  • Teaches you how to count coins.

Save Perry’s Pennies – Recommended for Grades 3-5 from TreasuryDirect Kids website

  • Tests your motor skills while learning how to distinguish between coin values.

Test Your Money Memory – Recommended for Grades 4-7 from TreasuryDirect Kids website

  • Improves memory skills through using basic money terms.

Mad Money – Recommended for Grades 3-5 from PBS Kids website.

  • Teaches you the value of money

Dollar Dive – Recommended for Grades 3-6 from USMint Kids website.

  • Helps motor skills while learning to distinguish between coin values.

Coin-doku – Recommended for Grades 7-12 from USMint Kids website.

  • Similar to Sudoku, but uses coins rather than numbers.

Let’s close the digital divide by showing our children how to utilize technology in order to be financially savvy.  Showing children the value of money must start at an early age because habits are hard to break.  Might as well make those habits good ones.

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