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Coin Roll

This fun and simple game for elementary-aged kids needs only some spare change and dice. It's an enjoyable way to teach kids about the value of money and improve skills that help them make change.
Read instructions and find more activities like this.



Budget Worksheet
For Teens

Lead teens through the process to make a simple weekly budget. This practical excercise teaches the fundamental way to track money, encourage savings, and prevent overspending.
Print a detailed printable budget worksheet

Fold a dollar bill
into an origami shirt

A fun way to start a discussion about money, hand out allowance, or leave a unique tip at a restaurant.

What would you
do with $100?

We asked fourth graders at Indianola Alternative School in Columbus what they would do with $100. What would you do?

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Lima, Ohio has been featured across Ohio. Here is one example.
BizKid$ in the Classroom:
Lake Elementary School,
Millbury, Ohio

Watch how one Ohio teacher uses BizKid$ in her 5th grade classroom to teach her students about money and entrepreneurship. Learn more at

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BizKid$ in the Classroom:
St. Pius X School, Toledo, Ohio

Watch how one Ohio teacher uses BizKid$ in her 8th grade classroom to teach her students about money and entrepreneurship. Learn more at

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“I want to commend the credit unions for stepping up to the plate.” - State Senator Lance Mason

“The educational tools of MoneyAndStuff will keep students from getting into a personal financial crisis.” - State Senator Tom Sawyer

“Ohio’s credit unions, teachers, and maybe more importantly parents, are taking on this initiative to make a difference in people’s lives.” - State Senator Tom Sawyer

“I support your efforts. [Financial education] is an area that needs a lot more effort than it is currently getting.” - State Senator Dale Miller

“I want to thank the Ohio Credit Union League and Ohio credit unions for extending their hand to educators, students, parents, and legislators by creating MoneyAndStuff.” - State Representative Ron Gerberry

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“Financial education in every school has been needed for a long, long time. What you (credit unions) are about here is good for America.” - Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur

“I hope every child has a real account in a credit union or a virtual account.” - Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur

“It’s not how much you make, it’s how much you save.” - Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur

“My hat is off to the credit unions for doing this.” - Congressman Steve Chabot

“As a former teacher, I particularly like the effort to reach out to parents and educators.” - Congressman Steve Chabot

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