Ages 7 - 12
Financial fun for all ages. Check out this fun game!
Money Metropolis allows young children to navigate a multi-dimensional world, making life decisions that will affect whether their virtual bank accounts shrink or grow. Completing tasks like raking leaves, mowing lawns and babysitting adds money to their virtual accounts that can be saved or spent in the virtual store.
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The Penny Experiment
No one likes touching dirty coins. You can learn how to make old pennies look brand new again with this fun experiment. Use simple science to turn tarnished pennies into coins that shine! Make sure you have parent supervision before starting this activity.
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Bring the Movie Theatre Experience Home
Since you can’t go to the movie theatre right now, why not bring the movie theatre experience to your own living room? Follow these simple steps to bring this fun activity to your family.
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Activities for Teens
When you're a teenager, that's when you really have the opportunity to bring in more than just pocket change. Once you have more than a few dollars to keep track of, it's probably time to open a checking account.
That’s because putting money into an account can help you monitor your spending and teach you some valuable financial lessons, including:
- How to regularly track your spending.
- How to make deposits.
- How to budget your money.
- And how to use a debit card for purchases and withdrawals.
Everything you do at this age is likely to be a new experience, but learning how to manage your money today will pay off in the long run. Watch the video or read the article to learn more.
Below we have a few activities designed just for for teenagers. Keep checking back for more updates!