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Money Instructor

By Jacqueline Rupp, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Cold, hard lessons on cash teach kids fiscal responsibility.

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In the first few scrolls around MONEY INSTRUCTOR, you might feel like you've been taken back in time to the Internet as it was five years ago: no Flash graphics, no streaming video, nor interactive capabilities. This site is barebones and that means lots of printable pages and not a lot of engaging multimedia displays. So this is one site that won't keep your kids glued to the keyboard and that might be a good thing. It's not flashy, but what this site does provide is the perfect springboard to begin teaching kids about money and life lessons on personal finance. This site gets bonus points for ambitiously tackling advanced topics like business accounting and delving into the stock market. Moms and Dads, you might even find these tutorials helpful! No, Money Instructor won't win any awards for cutting-edge site design, but it could get your kid's portfolio looking pretty sweet.

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  • Genre: Creating
  • Pricing structure: Free
  • Last updated: November 5, 2015

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