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Financial Literacy - Interactive Media

Try your hand at these engaging, entertaining, and educational games that test your financial literacy.  Play alone or as a family to increase your financial IQ.

The Great Piggy Bank Adventure (Elementary and Middle School)
Jump head first into a fantastic journey and enter a virtual world where you must invest wisely in order to reach your financial dreams.

Hands On Banking (Elementary and Middle School)
Interactive MediaTake charge of your finances and learn how to make your dollars work for you.

Sense & Dollars (Middle and High School)
Learn what makes good money sense and practice effective ways of earning, spending and saving in this stimulating online field trip from Maryland Public Television.

Making Cents of her Life (Middle and High School)
Save money for those new, hip shoes, that must-have DVD, or think larger scale and learn how to save cash for college.

Fed Chairman Game (High School)
See if you have what it takes to lead our country's economy by serving as acting Chairman of this simulated economy.

MoneyTopia (High School)
You can do it! Your goal is to successfully manage your money throughout life, until you achieve your big dream. To win, keep careful track of your finances, pay your bills on time, and take care of all the little day-to-day things that can impact your finances.

Celebrity Calamity (High School)
Risks and rewards! Become a business manager trying to satisfy the tough demands of your celebrity boss while also trying to keep her out of the red.

Refund Rush (High School)
Help your customers decide how to spend and/or save their refunds and find out how satisfied they are with your advice.



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