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Make Money Fun for Kids

It’s never too early to learn about money management and the value of a dollar. The activities on this board will help you teach your children about counting money, saving, adding, and more. Additionally, allow us to help your child too. Learn more at

A variation on the money-matching game is playing "candy shop" where the "customer" gets "candy" (the pictured cards) in exchange for the listed price. Great for reinforcing monetary value as well as exploring the idea of working in a shop.

Money Lapbook | Walking by the Way

1st grade money activities packet - includes worksheets and sorting cards to count various collections of coins

Learning to save and manage money is important. Thanks to the Red Rose Buckaroo$ it can be fun and easy too. It’s the perfect way to teach kids ages 12 and younger the value of saving money on a regular basis. It’s not just a savings account.

Kids Shop ($0.99) Learn about coins & money & how to shop & pay for goods, or to make change like a cashier. - Learn how to pay for things & make change. - Progress at your own pace. - Learn to count by multiples of 5, 10, 20, 25 and 50. - Learn about money with pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, half-dollars, dollar coins, dollar notes, five-dollar notes, ten-dollar notes and twenty-dollar notes. - Tap on coins to flip over. - Tap & drag coins & notes to group them. - Voice instructions

It's important to talk to your kids about money! How can you help them learn important concepts? Money As You Grow provides helpful messages and activities to reinforce them for children as young as 3 and as old as 18+.