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Teaching Kids about Finances

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A list of several board games that can help teach your kids about money. Visit aspirefcu.org/blog/ for more personal finance tips.

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Teaching Kids about Finances

  1. 1. Teaching Kids about Finances - the Fun Way!
  2. 2. Act Your Wage! Dave Ramsey’s Act Your Wage! is designed to teach children about debt and how to develop healthy financial habits. The goals of the game are to: • Save $1,000 in an emergency fund • Use the envelope system to budget money • Use Ramsey’s snowball effect to pay off debt • Be the first player to get out of debt
  3. 3. Cashflow for Kids This game teaches the differences between assets and liabilities, along with accounting and investing.Two versions of the game are available: the kid’s version which is good for ages 6- 12, and the adult version, which is more appropriate for teenagers.
  4. 4. Charge Large A way for kids to learn that while using credit cards can help you get what you want, they will lead to debt if they do not use them wisely. The purpose of the game is to: • Upgrade to a black card • Save $2,500 • Have no debt
  5. 5. Daytrader Similar to Monopoly, Daytrader simulates the stock market to teach all ages how the market works. Players work different jobs and then buy and sell stocks in the company they work for in order to increase their savings.
  6. 6. Net Worth The goal of Net Worth is to collect financial assets and get out of debt. It is a card game in which players create strategies to deal with financial issues such as a stock market crash and job loss.
  7. 7. Pay Day Pay Day is a classic game surrounding money management. The game teaches children how to budget wisely and makes finances fun. Older versions of the game include insurance and savings options to offer further financial advice.
  8. 8. Want more financial tips? Visit www.aspirefcu.org/blog/

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