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Nurture your child’s curiosity with immersive activities that make learning about Money an adventure! Play games to understand our currency, Indian Rupee Notes, Banking, Credit Card, Spending, Needs and Wants.

Unlike the school where we have a curriculum and know where to begin from (ABC, DoReMe) for finances or money, we don’t have much clue or help or guidance except what we see and our experiences.

 If you don’t teach your kids how to manage money, somebody else will. 
Is that a RISK you want to take?
 Teach your kids how to handle money now, and they won’t end up with money regrets later on in life. You can give them the head start you wish you’d had. The good or bad part of experience or life is Experience is a hard teacher because she gives the test first, the lesson afterwards. 
Learning Engaging them through fun games can be a good way to get your child interested in money concepts. Teaching younger children needs to be fun and you as a parent need to ensure the money concepts are simple and not verbose in nature.

It is essential to learn good money habits as children and the sooner you teach your children, the better prepared they will be for the future. There isn’t a fixed age when you should start teaching your children about money.

Books and Games for Children for Financial Education

You can also check out our article Books on Money for Children. RBI has Project Financial Literacy and comic books to teach banking concepts to kids. These can also be downloaded in pdf format from RBI website Financial Education and RBI

We have written a book and workbooks on teaching kids about money or

Board Games To teach children about money, business from our article Board Games To Teach Children About Money

  • Monopoly
  • The Game of Life
  • Payday
  • Time and Money

Games on Currency, Indian Notes

The Indian rupee (sign: ₹; currency code: INR) is the official currency of India. The rupee is subdivided into 100 paise. The issuance of the currency is controlled by the Reserve Bank of India.

Today, Banknotes in circulation are of Rs 10, Rs 20, Rs 50, Rs 100, Rs 200, Rs 500 and Rs 2000. Also, coins of 1, 2 and 5 rupees are in circulation. These notes show the portrait of Mahatma Gandhi on the face & hence is called a Mahatma Gandhi series. The pictures on the back of Indian notes reflect our culture, our history, our progress.

Notes have two sides, the side which has the face of Mahatma Gandhi is called as Obverse & the other side is called Reverse. Our article Rupee: Indian Currency and Other Countries, Rupee Symbol goes into detail of  Which was the first rupee? When was the Rupee Symbol introduced? Countries which have Rupee has Currency, History of Rupee

To prevent counterfeiting every country includes various types of security features in their banknotes. Our article Security Features in Indian Notes, International Notes covers it in detail.

Game: Identify the Monuments on the Indian Notes

Game: Match Front and Reverse of Indian Bank Notes

Memory Game: Find Matching Indian Coins

Game: How well do you know Indian Note

Games to remember Currencies of the Countries

Game to Match Name of Language on the Indian Note

Game Number in the Indian number system, International system

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Did you like these games? f you have any idea or suggestions for games then let us know. If your idea is selected we shall send the workbook for teaching to children about money.


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