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Books

Some books below may be eBooks or audiobooks. Get help with downloadable books or ask a librarian or parent for help.



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Fiction Books

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Nonfiction Books

Did You Know?

"C-note" is slang for a $100-dollar bill, based on the Roman numeral C, meaning 100 – and that’s a lot of moolah (money)!

Activities

Money Madness Criss Cross

Mohawk Ironworkers Coin Coloring Page from the U.S. Mint
One of the mint’s coloring pages showing coins with Native Americans. This one shows the dollar coin with a Mohawk ironworker on the Empire State Building.

Lemonade Stand Game from ClassBrain.com
You have thirty days to run a lemonade stand. See how much money you can make!

Money Memory from the US Treasury
The familiar memory game, with images to match from or about US money!

Movies

Biz Kid$ [eVideo]
Seventeen episodes of a funny and informative series all about money, featuring kids who run their own businesses!

School House Rock: Money [DVD]
Learn about earning money from the Schoolhouse Rock team, with music! Includes English subtitles for the hearing-impaired.

Piggy Banks to Money Markets [DVD]
Get tips on running a business, saving, spending and investing!

Games

Burger Island [Wii]
Build those burgers fast enough, and you may be able to expand your business!

Web Links

Great Minds Think: A Kid’s Guide to Money
A colorful workbook about money, from The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland.

A Smart Girl’s Guide to Money - Get Set for Success Game from American Girls
(Usable by guys, too!)Take the Biz Quiz for a look at what might be a good business for you. Then, under "Games and Activities," click on "Get Set for Success" to read tips to help keep you safe in business, and access a page where you can make your own business cards and stationery, and print out business forms!

TheMint.org from Northwestern Mutual
Learn to manage money wisely. Try the Be Your Own Boss Challenge and The Truth about Millionaires quiz.

TreasuryDirect® Kids, from the United States Department of the Treasury
Cool information, videos and games to help you learn about money, and about debt (money that’s owed to someone else).

Field Trip to the Money Factory from Kids.gov
Take a look at how money is actually designed and printed.