Research shows that game-based learning strengthens students’ knowledge, skills, and attitudes toward the topic taught and motivates and educates better than traditional teaching methods. Our financial games promote learning in a less traditional context. We have created three different game-based educational websites with kids aged kindergarten through high school in mind.
These games are based on Jump$tart standards for financial literacy and are available free online. Play our fun money games at any time!
The Fun Vault is a gaming site for kids aged 5-8. The platform includes over 10 games which teach kids basic financial concepts such as saving money, setting and working towards goals, and identifying coins and currency.
Sand Dollar City is an interactive online gaming platform for kids aged 8-12. Players create a character and enter into a virtual reality where they learn about managing expenses, bank accounts, credit cards, and saving money by making decisions and experiencing the consequences of those decisions.
IRule Money is an educational site for teens aged 13-18. The platform teaches teens about interest and debt, investment risk management, paying for college, and more through games, quizzes, and peer-to-peer videos in which teens explain relevant financial concepts to other teens.
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By supporting DoughMain Financial Literacy Foundation you are helping make financial education a priority and available in our classrooms. You are empowering people to own their own homes, send their kids to college, build a small business, live the American Dream and pursue happiness.