50 fun ways to teach your kids about money

Teaching your kids about money can be fun — you can take a day-to-day  activity and make it a learning moment, or turn a complex topic into a  game.

Start easy and traditional with a piggy bank. Plus, let’s admit it —  breaking open the bank when it’s full to see how much you saved is the  best part for any kid.

Break out the piggy bank

If piggy banks aren’t your thing, try a clear jar. It’s more visual — that way, your kids can see their money pile up.

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Or use a clear jar

Play board games

Classic games, like Monopoly or Life, teach your child more than just board game etiquette.

Check out Visa’s money games, which are catered to children of different age groups.

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