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FitMoney $upersquad

By Mieke VanderBorght, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Simple games get kids thinking about financial literacy.

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In a simple, accessible way, these financial literacy games address a topic that is often overlooked. The curriculum in FitMoney $upersquad relies mostly on videos, though there are enough interactive games to engage kids and encourage them to think and practice the topics covered in the modules. Explanations for complex topics are mostly presented in easy-to-understand language, though younger kids may still need some additional help. Things also move pretty quickly, and some topics will need a lot more practice. There's some limited feedback when kids answer questions incorrectly, but nothing in depth. Parents should think of these games as a starting point for introducing concepts like the difference between needs and wants, or the importance of saving money. The end of each module comes with some nice extension suggestions that will help parents get started with expanding on what their kids are learning. Overall FitMoney $upersquad is a great way to approach exploring the idea of financial literacy.

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