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LEARNING MONEY
GAMES

This money resource has been recommended by Liam, a bright 9 year old math student. The list of games are at the bottom of the main page. The money resources focus on teaching kids how to recognize, count, understand the value of, and how to use money. The games include; identifying coins, coin values, counting money, money shopping skills, counting change games, making change, money worksheets, and other money activities.

MONEY
RESOURCE
GUIDE

Learning all about money and how to manage it is an important life skill that everyone needs. This web site contains numerous excellent resources for teachers and students; All About Money, Learn How to Earn Money, Counting Money, Learn How to Manage Money, Games, Webquests and more. American coins are used in this web site.

MONEY
MANAGEMENT

A comprehensive web site dealing with financial matters for young people including topics such as; The Simple Dollar, Credit Cards, Investing, Banking, Education, and Insurance.

GUIDE
TO
MONEY

A great web site by Credit Repair.com that covers material about earning and saving money and just learning about how to count money. It is important to understand the many ins and outs of money and how it works. Courtney Phillips of "after school care programs.com" and her group of students recommend this site to other students.

KIDS GUIDE
TO BASIC
BANKING

A great web site by borro that includes resources to teach kids about and how to use banking. This link was sent to Teachingaid.org by Kimberly Osgood of the Education and Leadership Initiative at Enriching Kids. Their web site link is http://enrichingkids.com

LEARNING
USA
CURRENCY

An awesome page that includes various resources for helping kids understand money! This resource was submitted to 'Teachingaid.org' by Molly Reedas a math teacher, a graduate student, and tutor at Compton Community Centre, Compton, California, USA. The Compton Community Center was established in 1986 to give school children an alternative to drugs and gangs.

(1) MONEY
(Making change)

Canadian currency. Making change. Text is small to read. Game shows how much an item was purchased for and how much money was given. Student is to select the number and correct coins for change received. If incorrect answer is given, game indicates correct change and the coins for the correct change. This is an advanced activity.

(2) MONEY:
WORK SHEETS

(Create money sheets using various coins)

Create your own money worksheets with pictures of real Canadian currency on the sheets

(3) COUNTING
CHANGE

(Match written amounts with number amounts)

Counting Change. Matching squares activity. One square has money amount indicated. Other squares have the number of coins that make up the money amount. Advanced level.

(4) MONEY
AMOUNTS

(Find the sum for written amounts)

Find the value of the coins indicated. Advanced level. Activity is at the bottom of the page.

(5) COUNTING MONEY

When coins fall from the top of the screen, choose those that add up to the given amount, and the piggy bank fills. Student clicks on the coins that make up the amount indicated in the top right square. Student must work as fast as possible to beat the clock and fill the piggy bank. Good game.


(6) USING
COINS


Three levels of difficulty. Character indicates how much is required, e.g. $.44 and student drags down the coins needed to make that amount. To check if the coin amount selected is correct, click on the character.


(7) WORKING
WITH COINS


CANADIAN COINS: Total a nickel, dime or quarter with a line of pennies. This does not use real coins but rather numbered coins for younger children. Add all the coins and enter your answer on the right. The computer will mark your work


(8) VIDEO
SUBTRACTING MONEY


Video tutorial (short) on how to subtract money.


(9) MONEY GAME
DEPOSIT SLIPS

(student reads and follows instructions)

Interactive activity. Student reads instructions and moves items such as name, deposits and other items onto deposit slip.


(10) MONEYOPOLIS

(advanced math and money skills required)

Advanced game. To play this fun and challenging game, you'll need to visit each building of Moneyopolis and show off your math and money skills. Every section you complete will earn Xerbie another part to fix his spaceship and help him get home


(11) BUDGETS

(advanced activity, students read instructions)

Banking Kids web site. Advanced activity about what a budget is and why budgets are important. Student reads information. Move page to page by clicking at the bottom of the display.


(12) BANKING TUTORIAL
(student reads materials)

Dollars and Sense for Kids. Student reads material dealing with Checking, Savings, ATM�s, Bonds, Budgets.


(13) BANKING
Kids Bank

(online quiz)

Online quiz for kids about banking.

(14) MONEY WORD PROBLEMS
(reading required)

Money Word Problems. Reading skill required to understand money word problems. Student adds columns of coins. Good instructions provided as problems are being done.


(15)MAKE CHANGE

(from $1.00)

(Saxon Math) Reading required. The amount the customer has spent is displayed on the cash register. The customer pays with a dollar bill. how much change should the customer get. You have to select from three answers.


(16) KIDS BANK

(reading required)

C'mon in and learn all about banking at KidsBank.com�! Have some fun in this learning website. We hope to help you and your children explore some of the fundamentals of banking. We explain some of the basics of banking services and hope that your children can use KidsBank.com� to learn a little more about how savings, interest, checking and other banking things work.


(17) MATCH AMOUNTS

(match squares)


(Quia) No coins shown. Match square with written amount and with money amount.


(18) DOLLARS and SENSE for KIDS

(reading required)

(Reading required) Dollars and Sense for Kids. Join Dollar the Dragon to learn about banks, checks, savings, ATMs, and more.


(19) SENSE and DOLLARS

(reading required)


(Maryland Public Television) Student must read much of the material. Learn about earning, saving, and spending money. Click on the "Spend" button to learn budget basics. Select the "Games" link and try out your budgeting skills. NOTE: The site leads to websites with ads.


(20) CASH OUT

(making change)

You're the cashier at this crazy store. You need to give change to the customers buying things. Try to sell as many items as possible before the time runs out.


(21) HANDS ON BANKING


This is a free, fun financial education program that presents the basics of smart money management in an easy-to-use format. Topics include money and establishing credit, investing, and more. The curriculum is customized for four age groups from 4th grade through adults.


(22) VARIOUS MONEY
EXERCISES


(AAA Math) Various money lessons. Student must read the various coin amounts and put down the total amounts.

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