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  • Build Your Stax

    Build Your Stax Game / Can You Grow Your Wealth in 20 Years?

    Build Your Stax is a game that teaches players the fundamentals of building wealth and financial literacy in a fun and engaging way.

  • Cash Puzzler Game

    Cash Puzzler Game / Learn about money for kids 3 to 6 years old

    Cash Puzzler game helps young children learn about money by putting dollar bills together.

    • For ages 3 to 6 years old: Memory puzzles are some of the first games young children play.
  • Financial Football Game

    Financial Football Game / Practical Money Skills

    Financial Football is a fast-paced, interactive game that engages students while teaching them personal finance skills

    • Features 3D graphics with audibles, blitzes, and game-breaking plays.
    • Free to play through iOS and Android apps and online.
  • Financial Soccer Game

    Financial Soccer Game / Practical Money Skills

    The Financial Soccer game tests your financial skills using soccer as the playing field.

    • Fast-paced, multiple-choice question game with improved graphics and additional questions.
    • Test your money management skills as you advance down the field and try to score.
  • Lemonade Stand Game

    Lemonade Stand / A Financial Literacy Game About Business for Kids

    Lemonade Stand is a simple simulation game where players run a virtual lemonade stand business, making decisions about pricing, inventory, and marketing to maximize profits.

     

  • Peter Pig Game

    Peter Pig’s Money Game / Coin Counter Game for Kids

    Peter Pig’s Money Counter helps kids count and sort coins.

    • An interactive game, practice identifying, counting and saving money while learning fun facts about U.S. currency.
  • Spent Game

    Spent Game / Can You Make It Through the Month?

    Spent is an interactive online question-and-answer game where you make spending and financial choices.

    • You’ll start with $1,000 and make choices between housing, food, or healthcare to determine if you can make it through the month.
  • The Payoff Game

    The Payoff Game / For Teens to Learn About Personal Finance

    The Payoff game is an immersive experiential game for teens to learn about financial basics easily.

    • The main goal is to complete the video challenge while maintaining a high score and preparing for a rainy day by saving what they can in case of the unexpected.
  • The Stock Market Game

    The Stock Market Game / Experience Stock Trading and Investing Simulator

    The Stock Market Game simulates real-life stock trading experiences without the risk of actual financial loss. It can help you understand how to invest in the stock market.

  • The Uber Game

    The Uber Game / Can you survive in gig economy?

    The Uber Game helps you see if you can make it in the gig economy by playing the role of a rideshare driver.

    • You’re a full-time Uber driver with two kids to support and a $1000 mortgage payment due in a week. Can you earn enough to pay the bill?

     

What is financial literacy?

Financial literacy refers to the knowledge and understanding of various financial concepts and skills necessary to make informed decisions about personal finances. This includes understanding topics such as budgeting, saving, investing, managing debt, understanding financial products like loans and credit cards, and planning for retirement.

What are money games?

Money games are educational tools designed to teach financial literacy skills in a fun and interactive way. These games can vary widely in format and complexity, ranging from board games and card games to online simulations and mobile apps.

These games aim to engage players in scenarios that mimic real-life financial situations, allowing them to practice making decisions and learning from the outcomes in a risk-free environment.

Some examples of financial literacy and money games include:

  1. Monopoly: A classic board game where players buy, sell, and trade properties, aiming to accumulate wealth and bankrupt opponents. It teaches basic concepts of budgeting, negotiation, and strategic thinking.
  2. The Game of Life: Another board game that simulates various life stages, from college and career choices to marriage, children, and retirement. Players make decisions about money management and face unexpected financial challenges along the way.
  3. Stock Market Games: Online simulations or apps that allow players to invest virtual money in stocks, bonds, and other securities. These games provide hands-on experience with investing and teach concepts such as risk management and portfolio diversification.
  4. Financial Football: A video game developed by Visa and the NFL that combines sports with financial literacy. Players answer financial questions to advance their football team down the field and score touchdowns.
  5. Lemonade Stand: A simulation game where players run a virtual lemonade stand business, making decisions about pricing, inventory, and marketing to maximize profits.

These games can be valuable tools for individuals of all ages to improve their financial literacy skills and develop good money habits. They provide an interactive way to learn about important financial concepts and practice applying them in real-world scenarios.

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