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02/19/2018
Make the most out of fun game nights by making them an educational experience for your children. More specifically, teach them about having good financial skills.

Games Are the Perfect Learning Tool

Game night is a fun and inexpensive way to spend time with friends and family. At home, game nights can be excellent learning opportunities for children. They can work on their literacy skills, math skills, communication skills, and even learn about healthy competition. Why not make the most of these game nights and work on your children’s life skills by teaching them about financial literacy? Here are some games that can help you out with that.

Board Games for Every Age

The Allowance Game

This game can be considered the Monopoly for children ages 5-11, except it doesn’t have the potential to go on for hours as Monopoly does. The players move around the board making and spending money. They’re supposed to earn an allowance, extra money, and penalties for everyday small jobs. Children learn the basics of money flow.

Act Your Wage

For children ages 8-12, Act Your Wage is an excellent game. It’s an introduction to Ramsey’s 7 Steps to Financial Freedom, developed by Dave Ramsey. The whole point is to learn about budgeting and reducing your debt. The first player to get out of debt wins.

Bulls and Bears

Bulls and Bears is a game for teenagers and adults since it involves investing, retirement planning, budgeting, and all that good stuff we should all know about. Although you don’t need prior financial experience, you do need to be a good strategist.

Tutoring in Johns Creek for Math Skills

Finances are mostly about math skills and strategy. Why not give your children a chance to improve their mathematical abilities with tutoring in Johns Creek? Contact The Tutoring Center, Johns Creek GA at 770-927-4577 to learn about their tutoring programs.

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