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Kids Club
Learn About Money & Finance

Hey Kids!  Check out the links below for tips to help you learn a few things about money you may not know, such as how to wait to spend money, how to NOT lose money, help with shopping, and much more!

It's never too early (or too late) to be smart with your money!

 

 

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Smile Patrol for our younger members

Get a FREE Smiley Bank when you open your new Smile Patrol account.

 

 

Blue Crbcew for kids age 11-15

Get a free drawstring sportpack when you open a new Blue Crew account.

Members of Smile Patrol who turn 11 will graduate to Blue Crew, and receive the sportpack as well!
 


 
Pocket Cents

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Pocket Cents provides access to tools and information designed to teach school-aged youth positive financial habits. The website offers important lessons about the value of a dollar and allows youth to explore the different currencies from around the world using an interactive map.

At Pocket Cents, youth will also discover the vital role credit unions play in their financial future. The website explains the history of credit unions, how to locate a credit union, and how to start a credit union right in their school.  Click here to get started. 

 

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Finances 101: Walk The Walk, Talk The Talk

The FREE online game that teaches students about the financial demands of the real world.

Some of life’s choices lie in the draw of the cards, roll of the dice or the spin of a wheel.   During the game, students may payout money for a fender bender, have Uncle Veto visit and eat them out of house and home or win the lottery. There is uncertainty around every corner, along with opportunities to make sound financial decisions too!

Students learn about:

     •Earning a wage and paying bills

     •What it costs to run a household

     •How earnings affect buying decisions

     •Adult responsibilities

Finances 101 is made possible by a grant from the Ohio Credit Union Foundation.

 
MoneyAndStuff.info

moneyandstuffYou'll find this site a handy resource for educating adults as well as children of all ages about financial matters- where you'll find a variety of Lesson Plans, Activities, and Tips on many different money topics.

Check it out for yourself, or use it to help you prepare your kids for a stronger financial future.

There's more than one "talk" to have with your kid.  Thanks to MoneyAndStuff.info

 

MoneyAndStuff Resources

New content has been added to the MoneyAndStuff website for students, parents, and educators. Explore the four simple ways you can spring clean your household budget. Other season-appropriate materials include a spring-themed coloring page, a list of resources for financing a college education, link to the online Finances 101 game, and the top-10 games for families to play to teach kids basic money skills. Keep in touch with what's new by submitting your e-mail address at the link below to receive the MoneyAndStuff e-newsletter, filled with the latest news and materials for teaching kids and teens the responsible use of money. Spread the word and let educators know about this free resource. MoneyAndStuff.info is a free service of the Ohio Credit Union League on behalf of Ohio's credit unions.

www.MoneyAndStuff.info

 
Thrive by Five

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Thrive by FiveTM:
Teaching Your Preschooler About Spending and Saving

Children learn about money from many sources.  As a parent, you will not be the only influence on what your child learns about using money. But when you teach basic lessons about money, you increase the chance that your child's values will be similar to yours.

Thrive by Five provides simple activities and other resources, which are parent-and-child tested, meant to give you ideas for:

  • Teaching how money works and what it can do,
  • Talking about how your family uses money, and
  • Modeling good money management.

Thrive by Five was made possible by a grant from the National Credit Union Foundation, with additional funds from the Ohio Credit Union Foundation and the Texas Credit Union Foundation.

 

The Children's Online Privacy Protection Act

 

The primary goal of the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) Rule is to give parents control over what information is collected from their children online and how such information may be used.  The credit union does not knowingly accept information from children under the age of thirteen (13).

 

 
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