Activities for Parents and Kids

Fun ways to bring money concepts to life

While experience is the best teacher, sometimes you can give real life a boost by making money concepts more fun and interesting for both you and your kids.

  • If you're curious just how financially fit your kids are, take the interactive Money Quiz.
  • Can you remember what life looked like from a teenage perspective? Take a step back in time with the It's Your Life game.
  • Need help getting your kids' attention? Try these hands-on activities for every age and print them out for¬†future reference.
  • Follow 8 to help you raise money-smart kids.¬†
Schwab MoneyWise Guide for Parents

Practical tips to help you teach kids of any age the basics of money. Download the PDF or send an email to with your address to order a free copy. (Note: Your contact information will not be used for any other purpose.)


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