Teaching Kids K-3rd Financial Education
To Provide A Sound Foundation For Tomorrow

Education At Home

At Money Munchkids we understand that children learn in different ways. That’s why we’ve created a variety of products for parents to use at home to help their children learn money management and financial education.

Our Products Include:

  • Activity Book 1: Make It, Count It, Save It
  • Activity Book 2: Making & Using Money (Income & Expense)
  • Libro 1: Hazlo, Cuentalo, Quedatelo
  • Libro de Actividad 2: Hacer y Usar (Ingreso y Gasto)
  • Practice Play Money Pack
  • Home Bundle Pack
  • Homeschool Kit *COMING SOON*


Logan is 7 years old, loves banks and keeping track of his money!

Sam is 8 years old and thinks its so cool how there are so many ways to use money!

Financial Education Camp

Our financial education program is offered in two formats, an after-school enrichment course and specialty camp, and takes children in grades K-3rd on an interactive educational adventure to understanding financial literacy and money management.

Course Length: 8 one hour lessons spread across 4-8 weeks
Suggested age: 5-9 years old / K-3rd grade

Through dynamic, hands-on lessons, children will learn new vocabulary and financial education concepts such as:

  • Units of Currency
  • About Banks & Interest
  • Deposits / Withdrawals
  • Needs vs. Wants
  • Saving & Charity
  • Budgeting & Opportunity cost
  • Investing: Income / Expenses / Profit
  • Credit Cards & Debt vs. Debit Cards

School Curriculum

The Money Munchkids Classroom Curriculum for Financial Education was created to fill the current financial education void that exists in our schools today. Our curriculum is comprised of 35 key lessons, roughly 40-50 minutes each, that are designed to be taught once a week. We have also included four supplemental lessons to allow for the variations between educational institutions total school weeks.

Our curriculum starts where most schools, and Common Core, leave off; at identifying and counting money. This allows for seamless inclusion into any classroom. From there our curriculum goes on to a wide variety of money-related topics such as the history of money, bartering, income, expenses, needs vs wants, banks, debit vs credit cards, budgeting, compromise, supply and demand, investing, charity and how all of these concepts work together on an everyday basis.

Our curriculum was created with the assistance of several teachers across the globe. We have worked tirelessly to ensure it is both easy to use for the teachers as well as engaging for students. Our curriculum was designed to cater to young children by utilizing all seven learning styles. Our expert education consultants assisted in ensuring easy integration for any educational institution including those with multi-grade classrooms.


Ben is 6 years old and likes learning about different ways to earn money!

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