12 Of The Best Financial Literacy Apps & Resources For Kids

by TeachThought Staff

12 Of The Best Financial Literacy Apps & Resources For Kids

Save, Understand, Monitor, And Invest: 12 Of The Best Financial Literacy Apps & Resources For Kids

1. Acorns

Purpose: Learning how to save money.

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Price: $1-5

2. Bulls & Bears Online

Purpose: Learning how to save money.

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Price: Free

3. MarketSim

Purpose: Learning how to save money

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Price: Free

4. Credit Karma

Purpose: Learning how to save money

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Price: Free

This one’s obviously for older students

There are different ways to monitor credit score

5. Stock Master

Purpose: Learning how to save money

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Price: Free

Like MarketSim, Stock Master is a stock market simulation that

6. Lemonade Stand

Purpose: Learning how to save money.

Price: Free

There’s a version of Lemonade Stand for iOS, but the reviews aren’t kind.

There are also web-based versions–such as those below–but those may or may not work depending on your operating system, browser, and/or device. Kind of a bummer; a bug-free and non-spammy version of Lemonade Stand would be a great way to teach children about basic business principles.

Java version

7. Financial Literacy Activities from The Mint

Purpose: Learning how to spend money

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Price: Free

You can find them here.

8. CapWay

Purpose: Learning how to spend money

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Price: Free

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Purpose: Learning how to spend money

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12. Money Mammals: Needs vs Wants

Purpose: Learning how to spend money.

Also consider World of Money.

Price: Free

Save, Monitor, And Invest: 12 Financial Literacy Apps For Kids