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The following links are in English

  • Cash4Crafts Home Assembly Jobs
    Assemble products at home for companies.No selling involved.Free info.

  • The Exceptional Child Boutique
    The Exceptional Child Boutique offers developmental products for children with "special needs" and those without. We have a full line of products that provide skill building opportunities. Early childhood products, acacemic items, and fun and interesting toys.

  • Americans for Common Cents
    This site provides valuable information on the importance and popularity the the U.S. Penny. Additional highlights include a Special Section on the History of the Penny, a guide to penny fundraisers, facts about production and Congressional Testimony on the importance of the Penny.

  • Banking On Kids
    Banking On Kids is a school program specifically designed for school age children to introduce the concepts of banking, savings and budgeting in kindergarten, elementary school, middle school and high school as part of the school's existing curriculum or economics programs by opening a student run bank within their school.

  • Banking On Our Future
    Learn the basics of banking, including savings and checking accounts, budgeting, the power of credit, and more! Have Fun;)

  • Canada Savings Bonds
    The roots of Canada Savings Bonds go back to the First and Second World Wars when War Savings certificates and Victory Bonds were introduced to help finance the war effort.

  • Change-Maker
    Addition and subtraction with money.

  • Edustock
    Edustock is an educational web page designed to teach young and old alike, what the stock market is, and how it can work for them. It includes tutorials on the stock market and how to pick good stocks. It also provides information on a select group of companies to help you start your research into what stock is going to make your fortune.

  • Escape from Knab
    Escape from Knab is an educational simulation which takes participants through a series of financial decision- making experiences in the fun and entertaining setting of the fictitious planet, Knab where visitors discover the results of their actions and decisions.

  • FDIC Learning Bank
    The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation's kid's site is the place to go for a kid-sized explanation of the Federal Reserve System.

  • Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
    The public web site of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. FRBSF is one of the twelve regional Federal Reserve banks across the U.S. that, with the Board of Governors in Washington, D.C., serve as our nation's central bank.

  • Fleet Kids
    FleetKids is about encouraging learning through inquiry and getting kids started out on the path to money smarts. It's also about showing kids that money smarts isn't just earning, earning, earning until you're blue in the wallet. Money smarts means working hard, saving, and investing.

  • FleetKids Money Sense
    What is FleetKids about? It's about encouraging learning through inquiry and getting kids started out on the path to money smarts. It's also about showing kids that money smarts isn't just earning, earning, earning until you're blue in the wallet. Money smarts means working hard, saving, and investing.

  • Investing for Kids
    This Web site is designed by kids for kids. It examines stocks, bonds, mutual funds and the like. It teaches the principles of saving and investing. It also includes a stock game.

  • Investor Education.org
    The best investor education resources from 21 leading non-profit, governmental and self-regulatory associations and agencies

  • Jump$tart
    The Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy seeks to improve the personal financial literacy of young adults. Jump$tart's purpose is to evaluate the financial literacy of young adults; develop, disseminate, and encourage the use of guidelines for grades K-12; and promote the teaching of personal finance.

  • KidsBank.com
    KidsBank.com a fun place for children to learn about money and banking.

  • Kids Can Save
    Guide explains savings, interest, paying yourself first, Canada Savings Bonds, and financial concepts.

  • KidSense
    This site is all about kids and money. We want kids to be knowledgeable about earning, saving, investing, spending and sharing.

  • Kids $ense
    Kids $ense - learn all about the government, economics, and personal finances from the State Controller's.

  • Kids' Money
    Money management kids, with advice for parents on allowances and ways to teach children about finance.

  • Kids' Money Activities
    Featuring Hundreds of Kids' Money Books, Books On Tape, Videos, Banks, Games and Other Learning Activities.

  • Kids Own America
    Show Kids how to become money smarter and use these higher-yielding accounts as real life laboratories for building their future financial security.

  • KidStock
    At KidStock, our goal is to teach kids and parents about money and investing. You can learn about savings accounts, stocks, dividend reinvestment programs, bonds, mutual funds and other ways to invest your money.

  • Kid Stock
    At KidStock, our goal is to teach kids and parents about money and investing. You can learn about savings accounts, stocks, dividend reinvestment programs, bonds, mutual funds and other ways to invest your money.

  • MegaPenny Project
    The MegaPenny Project aims to help by taking one small everyday item, the U.S. penny, and building on that to answer the question: "What would a billion (or a trillion) pennies look like?"

  • Money Factory
    Moneyfactory.com is to educate children ages 5 to 13 about the anti-counterfeiting features that are present in the new 1996 and 1999 Series Federal Reserve Notes.

  • Money in North American History
    How did the United States develop into the world's richest and most powerful nation from an inauspicious beginning as a collection of colonies where currency was in such chronically short supply that all sorts of substitutes, e.g. tobacco and wampum, had to be used as money?

  • MoneyKids.com
    Welcome to MoneyKids! An online resource for kids to learn about MONEY!

  • Moneyopolis
    Moneyopolis - A children's financial game provided by Ernst & Young

  • My First Stocks
    The best way for children to learn about stocks and investing.

  • Savings Bonds for Kids
    Are you ready to learn all about U.S. Savings Bonds? Click a button on the left to get started!

  • Savings Bonds for Kids
    Are you ready to learn all about U.S. Savings Bonds? Do you know what Savings Bonds are? Let's Learn about.

  • Social Security Kids Stuff
    Social Security is you piggy bank for the future. Social security administration with information on Social Security for kids, teenagers, parents and teachers.

  • Stock Learning Center
    Here you will learn tricks and ideas on how to buy stocks.

  • Teach Children About Money
    The All About My Money Kit Teaches Your Elementary-School-Aged Children All About Money in the Home Environment with "Hands-On" Tools and Makes it FUN!

  • Teaching Children about Money
    FREE In Home Lesson Plan: Enjoy teaching children about money at home. Learn the most effective ways of instilling critical financial knowledge in your children.

  • Teaching Children about Money
    Teaching Children about Money with Bernie Quot; Bucks & quot;. The most interesting and entertaining way to instill critical financial knowledge in children

  • Teaching Kids Business
    TeachingKidsBusiness.com has taken business and made it kid-friendly for ages 8-18. We have created steps for you to take on your journey into the business world. We will coach you on discovering and developing your talents, business& life skills, business experience, exploring careers and create business opportunities as you play around with business.

  • The AIE Savings Calculator
    The calculator that shows how much a kid can save over his/her working life, or until retirement.

  • The United States Mint
    The primary mission of the U.S. Mint is to produce an adequate volume of circulating coinage for the Nation to conduct its trade and commerce. Historically, circulating coin production has varied between 14 and 20 billion coins annually.

  • US Savings Bondsn
    Learn about Savings Bonds

  • US Treasury for Kids
    Welcome to the US Treasury. Learn about anything that has to do with Money.

  • Welcome to Cash University!
    This site Helps parents teach children how to manage their money, setting goals and finish household chores.

  • World of Money
    World of Money - this site from the British Museum explores how money originated and has developed over many centuries.

  • Young Investor
    The Young Investor Web Site is an excellent way for kids to learn the fundamentals of money and investing in a comfortable, familiar and interactive environment. It was designed first and foremost to be a fun and innovative place on the Internet's World Wide Web.

  • YoungMonthly.com
    Complete guide to the stock market for the aspiring young investor.

The following links are in Dutch


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