Put your child’s financial skills to the test with these various multiple-choice question games, including Financial Soccer and more. These games tests players’ knowledge of financial management skills as they advance down the field and try to score. Are your little ones warmed up and ready to play?
Help young children learn the basics about money. In Peter Pig’s Money Counter, kids ages 4–7 can practice sorting and counting coins with the help of wise Peter Pig.
This dynamic, educational video game allows kids ages 7-12 to navigate a multi-dimensional world, making life decisions that will affect whether their virtual bank account shrinks or grows.
Games in the Classroom
Games can be powerful teaching tools! It’s been long understood that young children learn a lot through play, whether it’s with blocks or picture books or even hide and seek. The learning doesn’t stop as we get older. Teens and even full-grown adults can learn while playing games. This is especially true with computer games. Feel free to use any of the games above in your classroom to help your students get on track towards saving and/or budgeting for their futures!