More Printable Play Money

More Printable Play Money

So many of you have downloaded the printable play money in the $1, $5 and $10 denominations, it’s high time to give your kids a little more spending power. Now you can print $20, $50 and $100 bills as well! This play money is great for playing store, bank, math...

5 Ways to Teach Your Kids About Budgeting

Young children will develop financial skills by watching and learning from their parents. As kids grow into adulthood they tend to acquire the same spending and savings habits that their parents have shown them through the years. There are a number of activities you...
Top 5 Ways to Teach Kids About Money

Top 5 Ways to Teach Kids About Money

Money matters. As our kids enter their teens, they will also be entering the work force and need to have all of the tools necessary to survive the green jungle. Here are the top five ways to teach teens about money and what to do with it. 1. Knowledge Is Power There’s...
Top 4 Ways for Kids to Make Money During Summer Break

Top 4 Ways for Kids to Make Money During Summer Break

During the summer months, kids have the unique opportunity to save up a little bit of cash, while learning the value of work. For kids who want to make some money, there are a few different options. You might have to get creative, but it can be done and the efforts...
Virtual Stock Trading for Kids

Virtual Stock Trading for Kids

Are you looking for ways to teach kids about how the stock market works? I’ve found a couple of stock trading games for kids that will simulate real-life trading and give kids a sense of what it’s like to invest in the real stock market. Virtual Stock...
Printable Play Checks

Printable Play Checks

The Printable Play Money available at FreeStuff4Kids is easily the most popular printable on the site.  I thought it might be nice to have some Printable Play Checks to go along with them!  The address area is blank, so the kids can practice writing their name and...
Printable Play Money

Printable Play Money

Ready to play grocery store, or bank? Here is some play money in denominations of 1, 5 and 10 to get you started – each page has three bills. To learn more about dollar bills, head on over to the NIEHS kids pages where they have a whole page about the symbolism...