Thinking Money for Kids

Thinking Money for Kids is a new multimedia experience for children ages 7 to 11, as well as parents, caregivers, and educators. The interactive exhibit uses games, activities and a fun storyline to help children understand what money is, its function in society, money choices, and money values, such as fairness, responsibility, and charitableness.

The Thinking Money for Kids exhibition has been made possible thanks to a competitive national grant from the American Library Association (ALA) and the FINRA Investor Education Foundation.

Programming           Family Resources
Tall TMoney4K Program Sign

General Financial Literacy Topics 

Save and Invest
www.SaveAndInvest.org  

Financial Literacy and Education Commission
www.mymoney.gov

American Institute of CPAs: 360 Degrees of Financial Literacy
www.360financialliteracy.org

Cooperative Extension Service: eXtension Personal Finance
www.extension.org/personal_finance

National Financial Capability Study
www.usfinancialcapability.org

National Endowment for Financial Education
www.nefe.org 

Banking

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
www.fdic.gov/consumers

The Learning Bank: The FDIC’s Webpage for Students, Teachers and Parents
www.fdic.gov/about/learn/learning/index.html

Saving

America Saves
https://americasaves.org

Financial Planning Tools

Weiss Ratings - Financial Planning, Investment, and MediGap 
https://greyhouse.weissratings.com/financial-planning-tools

Please consider completing this survey once your child(ren) has experienced the exhibit.  Your evaluation allows the BCPL, ALA, and FINRA to know how to improve this program and experience.  Thank you in advance.