5 Great Websites for Kids to Learn about Money and Finance

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Photo by Michael Longmire on Unsplash
Photo by Michael Longmire on Unsplash

Moneyasyougrow.org

This government website redirects you to a dedicated page on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau website. This page has a ton of resources to begin teaching kids about money. It offers lessons based on your children’s ages, from young children to teens. There are downloadable worksheets and tools as well.

FeedThePig.org

This website is run by the American Institute of CPAs. It’s a really nice site with cool tools, articles, resources, and tips to help your kids on the road to financial stability. It has a section to help you create a savings plan. It also links you to its companion site at www.360financialliteracy.org.

SesameStreet.org

Sesame Street’s website has a section called “Finance for Kids.” Just search for it on the site and you’ll see the fantastic lessons from Elmo. On this site, Elmo introduces young kids to the world of money.

DreamBigClub.org

This website has a ton of fantastic tools, curriculum, books, coloring books, songs, and videos to inspire young people to save, invest, and dream big. There are over 200 activities for kids, parents, and teachers.

JumpStart.org

This nonprofit organization is committed to training teachers to teach money curriculums in school. It’s an amazing organization, and its website is deep with real content, tools, and resources to take on the task of teaching your kids about money at home and in the school systems.

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