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Basic financial education is critically important for children, but it is unfortunately largely absent from many schools. Studies have shown as few as 10 hours of personal financial education positively impacts a student’s spending and savings habits. Additionally, students who were required to take a personal finance education course in high school achieved roughly one year’s worth of additional net worth when compared with those who were not required to take such a course.

The following links provide interesting games and tools that can help to teach children the value of money and basic financial concepts like saving, interest and investing in a fun and safe way.


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  • How to Raise Money Smart Kids: A free online webinar from the PA Treasury’s Lessons for Financial Freedom learning series presented by the Center for Financial & Consumer Outreach at Penn State Erie.
  • Federal Reserve Bank: Offers a range of resources and information on topics from banking, money, and entrepreneurship.
  • Money As You Grow: An initiative of the President's Advisory Council on Financial Capability, Money as You Grow offers 20 lessons kids need to know to live financially smart lives
  • H.I.P. Pocket Change – A number of games from the U.S. Mint will help you learn about currency and managing money.
  • It All Adds Up – Play these online games and simulations to learn about credit management, buying a car, paying for college, budgeting, saving, and investing.
  • Investing for Your Future – Are you curious about investing? Staff at Rutgers University put together a group of lessons to walk beginning investors through the process.
  • Jump$tart Coalition: A national group of organizations dedicated to improving the financial literacy of pre-kindergarten through college-age youth.

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