Are you looking for budgeting games to teach your kids some essential life skills? let me point you in the direction of some great ones
This board game is great fiun and all about ways to mke and spend money. Pay day takes place on a calendar and, just like real life, something happens every day! You’ll get paid, spend money… and make your fortune if opportunity comes your way! Keep an eye on the mail, take out loans, look for deals and at the end of every month comes the best day… PAY DAY! A brilliant way to teach kids about money and have fun doing so.
The budget game
The budget game – The budget game at Nat West is for 8-12 year olds. It is online, interactive and it is so good! It is played over 12 weeks and encourages kids to manage their money by making choices.
Can you manage your money for three months? There are bills to pay, food and travel to budget for, plus loads of fun things to spend your money on. Get it right and your happiness will soar, but spend too much and you’ll have a financial headache!
Monopoly – the classic of budgeting games
I think monopoly is a brilliant game to teach kids about making and dsaving money, paying off debts, unexpeted life efforts that cost and the pleasure of building up a stash of cash
I know it takes ages but it is worth it – it is one of those budgeting games that won’t feel at all like an eductaion but absolutely is.
Interactive online games
Lot sof fun money based interactive games for 7-11 year olds that they will love to play can be foubd over at Topmarks and they are free to play
The Family Budgeting Conversation Game
Get your kids to pick a muster card from my Lets talk about family budgeting pack and address the question over tea. Can everyone join in?
Make money an easy converstaion in your family in this fun and lively way
So, there you go – 5 UK Budgeting Games – do you have any budgeting games to recommend?
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