Fun Web sites where kids can learn
how to handle money
Looking for ways to make money matters fun for
kids? Check out these entertaining educational Web sites:
Headbone features The Price of Fame game, in which teens can buy, sell
and trade stock in their favorite celebrities.
Moneyopolis developed by Ernst and Young, teaches real-world math, saving,
financial planning and even job hunting skills to grades 6 through
Kidsbank created by Sovereign Bank, walks kids through the basics of
money and banking with games, stories, calculators and fun cartoon
guides for boys and girls.
Strongkids puts the fun in funds by teaching the fundamentals of saving
Mint is a comprehensive site developed for middle school
and high school students by Northwestern Mutual Life and the
National Council on Economic Education.
Kids, sponsored by Fleet Financial Group and BankBoston,
features real-world games such as Buy Lo, Sell Hi, Chunka Change
and Ch-Ching! Young contestants can win prizes for their school.
Young Investor offers kids' articles, games, puzzles
and chat rooms to discuss and learn about the full range of
-- Updated: April 21, 2003