Coins are cool! You can have fun with them and learn about them at the same time! The United States Mint H.I.P. Pocket Change has games, cartoons, and information about everything from collecting to how coins are made. Now just learn to make heads or tails of it all!
Created by the President's Advisory Council on Financial Capability, the Money As You Grow initiative introduces 20 financial milestones over 5 age categories (3-5) (6-10) (11-13) (14-18) (18+), and includes great activities for parents to do with their children.
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U.S. Mint H.I.P. Pocket Change
Fun ways for children to learn about coins and the U.S. Mint.
Sesame Street teaching young children financial basics.
Practical Money Skills
Test your financial skills with these games!
Fun money games! Test your saving and money memory!
You Are Here
Interactive site from the Federal Trade Commission for teaching kids to be smarter consumers. Aimed at kids from 5th through 8th grades.
Are you a teacher looking for ideas to teach finance in the classroom? Are you a parent who is unsure how to approach your child about money? Check out these great sites!
Money Math: Lessons for Life
A four-lesson curriculum supplement for middle school math classes, teaching grade 7-9 math concepts using real-life examples from personal finance.
U.S. Mint For Teachers
A comprehensive guide of activities, resources and lesson plans to teach students all about coins.
Money Management International: Youth and Money
A website targeted towards parents to help them learn how to plan for and raise money smart children.