Learning Center for Kids
It's never too early to start learning about money, especially how to earn it, save it and spend it! At The Tennessee Credit Union, we have fun ways to help you. These are also tools for parents to review and share along the way. Whatever your age, you will find something fun and interesting to do.
An educational website for all families offered through www.mycreditunion.gov.
World of Cents
Kid-friendly game for ages 5+ designed to help teach the value of money through the concepts of earning, saving and spending money while incorporating basic math concepts.
Hit the Road: A Financial Adventure Game
A throwback to The Oregon Trail type game.
A counting and coloring game for ages 4-7.
Test Your Money Memory
How well do you know the faces on dollars and coins? Here is something fun to do for all ages.
The Money Guide
An introduction to money management for ages 8-12.
What Kind of Spender are You?
This brief quiz for ages 16+ helps discover your feelings about spending. Good spenders can make their money go farther.
Buy It or Not?
Here are some tips on how to resist impulse buying; for ages 13+.
First Steps Toward College
If you are thinking about college or a career school, check out this workbook for middle and junior high school students; ages 11-15.
Credit Unions Rocks
Provides helpful information on how to Earn, Budget, Spend, Save, Borrow, Plan.
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