14 Board Games About Money {The Complete List}

A great introduction to the world of finance, an especially important subject to learn in today’s economy. Learning doesn’t have to be boring!

Cashflow For Kids <– CLICK TO GET IT

Suitable for Ages: 7-14 years old

What Players Learn: How to make money work for them. They learn about assets and liabilities.

 

 

Monopoly Junior <– CLICK TO GET IT

Suitable for Ages: 5+ years old

What Players Learn: Essentially about Real Estate. They learn that buying a good property (expensive ones or the ones with double rent) is worth the high initial cost because they can earn from the rent overtime.

 

The Game of Life <– CLICK TO GET IT

Suitable for Ages: 8+ years old

What Players Learn: 

Players can make their own exciting choices as they move through the twists and turns of life from Start to Retirement, and experience unexpected surprises related to family, career, dream vacations, and other milestones of life.

 

Payday <– CLICK TO GET IT

Suitable for Ages: 8+ years old

What Players Learn: Pay Day comes at the end of the month, and to make it there without going broke, players will have to manage their money wisely. Earn cash, find bargains, sell items for a profit, and be the player with the most cash in the end to win the game.

 

Thrive Time For Teens <– CLICK TO GET IT

Suitable for Ages: 13+ years old

What Players Learn: Financial management and cash flow skills with an emphasis on giving back to others and inspires discussion and further learning. Teens will learn valuable lessons and gain priceless insights into personal finance and investing so they will be prepared for the real world

 

Act Your Wage <– CLICK TO GET IT

Suitable for Ages: 10+ years old

What Players Learn: Kids will discover the importance of budgeting, saving and staying gazelle intense so they can be the first to yell, “I’m debt freeeee!”

 

The Stock Exchange Game <– CLICK TO GET IT

Suitable for Ages: 10+ years old

What Players Learn:  Investing with the goal of how to retire.

 

 

 

The Allowance Game <– CLICK TO GET IT

Suitable for Ages: 5-11 years old

What Players Learn: Learn how to handle money, make change & more. Perfect for teaching kids to identify money values, add & subtract money.

 

Money Bags Game <– CLICK TO GET IT

Suitable for Ages: 7+ years old

What Players Learn: Players collect, count, and exchange money all the way to the finish line. They learn valuable money skills through fun game play.

 

 

Exact Change <– CLICK TO GET IT

Suitable for Ages: 5+ years old

What Players Learn: Learning to count money just got even more fun with this all new Exact Change card game. Perfect for all ages seeking to learn how to count money in an engaging Math game!

 

Net Worth <– CLICK TO GET IT

Suitable for Ages: 8+ years old

What Players Learn: This money game teaches the most important financial lesson of all… assets, not debt, are the key to winning life’s financial rat race. Teach this lesson to your kids and set them up to become financially successful adults for life.

 

 

Millionaire Maker <– CLICK TO GET IT

Suitable for Ages: Adult

What Players Learn: Designed to expand the financial minds of Americans everywhere when it comes building a life of financial freedom.

 

Acquire <– CLICK TO GET IT

 

Suitable for Ages: 12+ years old

What Players Learn: Make your fortune by founding, investing in, and merging companies—and expanding them into powerful corporations.

 

The Triple Challenge <– CLICK TO GET IT

Suitable for Ages: 9-13 years old

What Players Learn: What sharing, saving and spending choices will you make to reach your character’s goal?  At the end of the game there is a guided section for parents to discuss the game aspects with their children, on topics such as: the importance of sharing, the value of saving, the value of investing, and further opportunities to engage children in learning about successful money management.

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