Financial Education Clearinghouse

Financial Education Activities and Games for the Classroom

Examples of financial education activities and games that can be used in the classroom.

  • BizKid$
    Free
    From the creators of Bill Nye the Science Guy, BizKid$ is a public TV series where kids teach kids about money and business.
  • Moonjar
    Paid
    Classroom kit that includes all the tools you need to integrate financial literacy into your math and English curricula.
  • Fraud Scene Investigator
    Free
    An online interactive investor education program that teaches and empowers students how to detect and stop a million-dollar investment fraud and put the mysterious con man, “Mr. X,” behind bars.
  • Reality Store
    Free
    Program that helps to teach teenagers about real world expenses. Each student gets a hypothetical family situation which tells them how old they are, whether or not they're married, whether or not they have kids, and what kind of a job they have and what kind of an income they have.
  • My Life My Money Camp
    Free
    Spokane Teachers Credit Union offers this free, one-day workshop that gives students the tools they need to help reach financial and life goals.
  • Mad About Money
    Paid
    Mad About Money is a TV and live theatre program that helps middle school students learn about earning, saving, spending and sharing money.
  • DFI's Right on the Money
    Free
    A free workbook for young adults introducing them to the world of personal finance.
  • Debt Slapped
    Free
    Website and DVD that helps students avoid large amounts of student loan and credit card debt.
  • Consumer Jungle
    Free
    Interactive, web-based program that provides engaging and relevant consumer education curricula covering a variety of topics such as credit cards, transportation, living on your own, personal finances, telecommunications, health, and e-commerce fraud.
  • Money Skill
    Free
    MoneySKILL is a free personal finance, reality-based Internet curriculum. MoneySKILL is ideal for high schools.