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New Tooth Fairy Calculator App
The new Tooth Fairy Calculator app for iOS helps determine what to leave under your children's pillow.
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Be a money superhero
Join Iron Man and the Avengers in this exciting comic about saving money and saving the day.
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Teacher's Roadmap to Practical Money Skills
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Put your financial skills to the test with the new 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil-branded version of Visaís fast-paced, multiple-choice question game. The updated game tests players' knowledge of financial management skills as they advance down the field and try to score. Educators are encouraged to review and download the lesson modules before game play. Are you warmed up and ready to play?

Peter Pig Money Metropolis Smart Money Quiz Show

Help young children learn the basics about money. In Peter Pig's Money Counter, kids ages 4Ė7 can practice sorting and counting coins with the help of wise Peter Pig. Play Now!

This dynamic, educational video game allows kids ages 7-12 to navigate a multi-dimensional world, making life decisions that will affect whether their virtual bank account shrinks or grows. Play Now!

Meet the challenges of four weeks on the road as you steer your way to financial stability. This game requires players to make decisions about income, expenses and savings. Coming up short on cash means losing your wheels. Play Now!

Games in the Classroom

Games can be powerful teaching tools. Itís been long understood that young children learn a lot through play, whether itís with blocks or picture books or even hide and seek. The learning doesnít stop as we get older. Teens and even full-grown adults can learn while playing games. This is especially true with computer games. Read More

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