Find free resources for games and activities you can play with your kids!
World of Cents, developed by the National Credit Union Association, is a kid-friendly game for ages 5 and up designed to help teach the value of money through the concepts of earning, saving and spending money, while incorporating basic math concepts.
Provided by education.com, Money Math: Piggy Bank is a game targeted for second graders to practice money math by counting pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters.
Dolphin Dash, is an interactive game provided by abcya to help kids count money.
Check out this article by the balance on homemade coin-based games to help kids learn about money and math.
Sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Escape from the Barter Islands is an online games where you help shipwrecked Robbie get off the island by making trades. This site also offers additional online games!
Try the immersive online game by Visa, The Payoff, which includes simulations in which students learn about financial basics such as budgeting.
Check out Visa’s additional financial education apps geared toward teens.
Gen I Revolution, supported by the Council for Economic Education, includes 16 missions in which students attempt to help people in financial trouble.
Learn about the basics of investing with the Stock Market Game, which includes helpful resources, a support center, and a local coordinator.
You can also play STAX, another investing game, provided by Next Gen Personal Finance.
Consumer Jungle, sponsored by the University of Arizona, provides a bank of games geared towards students from grades 6-12.