Whether you're looking for activities to teach money and banking to your kiddos, or you just need some activities to keep them busy, we've gathered some of our favorite resources for you here!
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FDIC Money Smart
The FDIC's Money Smart for Young People series consists of four free curriculum products. Each age-appropriate curriculum includes lesson plans for educators along with guides for parents and caregivers. Specialized curriculum is available for PreK-2, Grades 3-5, Grades 6-8, and Grades 9-12.
SplashLearn Counting Money Games
Understanding money is important to prepare your K-5 age children for a commercial world. SplashLearn’s online money games capture children’s attention through virtual coins they can tap on and flip over. Children learn about the different coins and their relation with each other. Further on, they practice with fun money problems by counting coins and calculating the change in a transaction.
NASA Kids Club
Children in grades pre-K through 4 learn about NASA and its missions as they play games that support STEM --science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
SwitchZoo Animal Games
Kids make new animals by switching their parts. Switch Zoo has 142 species, and the website includes additional animal games, music created from animal voices, a reference section about all the animals in Switch Zoo, lesson plans, and poetry, stories and artwork created by students and other visitors.
National Geographic Kids
Inspire the explorer in your child! Learn about places, people and animals around the world.
FunBrain offers games, books, comics, and videos that develop skills in math, reading, problemsolvingand literacy for kids in grades pre-k through 8.
Offering activities to help kids play and learn at home, PBS Kids helps preschool and school aged children in four key areas of childhood development: cognitive, social, emotional and physical.
Into the Book
Into the Book helps improve reading comprehension using online interactive activities and engaging 15-minute video programs. Users can access as a guest or create an account to save work.
The Starfall program emphasizes exploration, play, and positive reinforcement—encouraging children in grades pre-K through 3 to become confident and intrinsically motivated to learn language arts and math. Some content is accessible for free as a guest user.
Explore and learn with your favorite Dr. Seuss characters! The site offers content for both children and parents.
Storyline Online streams videos featuring celebrated actors reading children’s books alongside creatively produced illustrations. Listening to books is free; there is an option to purchase books as well.
ABCya offers and educational games for grades Pre-K through 6. Games are categorized by grade and subject, and cover topics such as multiplication, parts of speech, typing, pattern recognition, and more. The site offers a free subscriber option.
Featuring stories, adventures, brainteasers, and puzzles, Hightlights helps children develop reading, thinking, and reasoning skills.
Scholastic Learn at Home
Cross-curriculum activities allow kids to keep learning while they are at home. The site offers four daily learning experiences built around a story or video that kids can do solo or with a parent or teacher. Kids go on virtual field trips, meet best-selling authors, or dig deep into a topic they love!
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