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 moneywise@schwab.com with your address to order a free copy. (Note: Your contact information will not be used for any other purpose.)

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