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    Family Financial Education
    Board Games

    Ages 5 - 8

    • The Allowance Game (ages 5-10)
    • Monopoly Jr (ages 5+)
    • Buy It Right (ages 6+)
    • Cashflow For Kids (ages 6+)
    • Card Game: Exact Change (ages 6+)
    • Money Bags (ages 7+)

    Ages 8+

    • The Game of Life (ages 8+)
    • Monopoly -various versions (ages 9+)
    • Act Your Wage! (ages 10+)
    • The Stock Exchange Game (ages 10+)
    • Millionaire Maker Board Game (ages 10+)
    • The Stock Exchange Game (ages 10+)

    Elementary Financial
    Education Books

    The Educational Testing Services reported that “students who do more reading at home are better readers and have higher math scores.” What a great motivation to read with your kids! Here are some resources for you to use at home, with a financial education piece.

    Savings

    Earning

    Financial Readiness

    Read-Along Videos

    Listen in as our Financial Education team members read-along with books in the Pre-K to 5th Grade age range.

    Rock, Brock, and the Savings Shock

    Book Author: Sheila Blair
    Read by: Jodi Slais, Education Specialist

    Lily Learns about Needs & Wants

    Book Author: Lisa Bullard
    Read by: Trysh Olson, Education & Youth Programs Manager

    Curious George Saves His Pennies

    Book Author: Monica Perez
    Read by: Jodi Slais, Education Specialist

    The Berenstain Bears' Trouble with Money

    Book Authors: Stan & Jan Berenstain
    Read By: Trysh Olson, Education & Youth Programs Manager

    Pre-K to 5th Grade
    Printable Activity Sheets

    Download and print any of the PDFs below for fun and educational
    activities with a emphasis on financial education.

    Pre-K to 5th Grade
    Pre-K to 5th Grade
    Pre-K to 5th Grade
    Pre-K to 5th Grade

    Middle School
    Financial Education Books

    The Educational Testing Services reported that “students who do more reading at home are better readers and have higher math scores.” What a great motivation to read with your kids! Here are some resources for you to use at home, with a financial education piece.

    Needs and Wants

    Earning

    Savings

    Financial Readiness

    6th to 8th Grade
    Printable Activity Sheet

    Download and print the PDF below for fun and educational
    activities with a emphasis on financial education.

    6th to 8th Grade
    6th to 8th Grade
    6th to 8th Grade
    6th to 8th Grade

    High School
    Financial Education Books

    The Educational Testing Services reported that “students who do more reading at home are better readers and have higher math scores.” Here are some resources for you to use at home, with a financial education piece.

    9th to 12th Grade
    Printable Activity Sheet

    Download and print the PDF below for fun and educational
    activities with a emphasis on financial education.

    9th to 12th Grade
    9th to 12th Grade
    9th to 12th Grade
    9th to 12th Grade

    Adult Financial Education Books

    Here are some resources for you to use at home, with a financial education piece.

    Adult Education
    Printable Activity Sheet

    Download and print the PDF below for fun and educational
    activities with a emphasis on financial education.

    Adult Education
    Adult Education
    Adult Education
    Adult Education