Money Sites for Students

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These sites are helpful in developing math skills.

Banking on our Future star[offsite link]
Learn the basics of banking, including savings and checking accounts, budgeting, and the power and perils of credit. The site has a Spanish language option.

History of Money from Ancient Times to the Present Day star[offsite link]
Learn all about the history of money at this site based on a book by Glyn Davies. Site includes a timeline of events, essays, and general history topics.

Kid Stuff star[offsite link]
Activities and test your political and safety knowledge. There are also car loan and allowance calculators to help older kids plan their savings.

Kid´s Money star[offsite link]
Find out how many kids get an allowance, how they spend their money, or participate in an on-line money survey.

NOVA Online: Secrets of Making Money star[offsite link]
Learn and test your knowledge about the U.S. dollar bill. Find the bogus bill in a counterfeit bill game.

PBS: Electric Money star[offsite link]
Explore the history and tranformation of money through the ages, from BC (before computers) to the e-money revolution.

Practical Money Skills star[offsite link]
Tips for kids and young adults on how to manage money. Includes banking terms, calculators, and fun family activities.

Stock Market Game star[offsite link]
Choose a stock and learn about its price, volume, certificate, and other stock market terms.

The Mint star[offsite link]
Find out what it takes to start your own business, learn how to save and invest your money wisely, or try out a quiz or the financial tools. You can also learn about your role in the economy and how to make a budget!

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