Money math: Games and activities for kids

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In a Nutshell

We’ve compiled some online games, hands-on activities and worksheets to help young kids learn how to count money the fun way.

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Part of your math education is learning how money works.

You need to understand the value of money, and that starts with learning how to count bills and coins. As you get older, you might open a checking or savings account, which will help you keep track of your money as you save and spend it. But first, it helps to know the basics. We’ve compiled some games, activities and worksheets to help make money math a little more fun.



Online games and activities

Hands-on activities

Worksheets and booklets