With MoneyIsland, kids earn real-life rewards as they go on fun quests to places like Atlantis and the Eiffel Tower. More importantly, they’ll be learning valuable financial skills along the way (even if they don’t know it)!

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  • Free, online game for kids ages 8 to 14
  • Parents, teachers, and guardians can play too!
  • Perfect for playing at home or in the classroom
  • Kids have fun while learning money management
  • Multiple levels with exotic locations and lively characters
  • Game lessons cover 3 major areas:
    • Managing money
    • Saving and investing
    • Using credit wisely
  • Meets national standards for financial literacy
  • Developed by an award-winning teacher

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How It Works

The Game

Kids learn lessons of financial responsibility while having fun! In MoneyIsland, kids get to play while learning by doing. Colorful characters introduce the lessons and interact with players along the way. Kids earn, spend, and invest as they strive to be gurus that are ready for financial success.

The knowledge kids gain can serve them throughout their lives — and put them on track to a healthy retirement before they've earned their first paycheck!


Though kids love games, they also love real-life rewards! Once players complete the MoneyIsland game, they receive an award certificate. Bring that certificate to any Main Street Bank branch to pick up the rewards!


The passport is a cool way to connect the online experience to a real-world item — kids use the passport to track their progress through the MoneyIsland world with colorful stickers. The passport reinforces the images, characters, and lessons learned in the game. It's also another way for grown-ups to interact with kids as they learn!

The Lessons

Though designed primarily for youth ages 8 to 14, the lessons in MoneyIsland can serve players throughout their lives.

The content in MoneyIsland is aligned with national standards published by the Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy. The game is designed to develop skills in 3 key areas: Managing Money, Saving & Investing, and Using Credit Wisely.

Lessons are presented as the player ventures to these exotic places:

Quest 1 (The Eiffel Tower): Spend, Grow, & Give

Quest 2 (The Great Wall of China): Wants & Needs & Taxes

Quest 3 (The Sphynx): Types of Income

Quest 4 (Big Ben): Understanding Interest

Quest 5 (Atlantis): Using Credit Wisely

Quest 6 (The Acropolis): Building Wealth

Free lesson plans are available to compliment each quest. The lesson plans offer ideas for more activities to reinforce the financial fundamentals learned throughout MoneyIsland.

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