http://www.kidnexions.com Personal finance educator, Karyn Hodgens, shows you how to play this simple yet fun game to teach students how to record credits and debits into a registry while keeping a running balance. The game is a great springboard for talking with kids about ways they can earn extra money, how they can spend their money wisely, how saved money can earn interest, the importance of giving, being accountable, and a whole lot of other important personal finance topics. Teachers and parents can use the activity to reinforce addition and subtraction, as well.
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