Fun Zone


While it is important to teach savings goals and responsible spending, that doesn't mean it can't be fun. To engage your kids to learn about money, we're pleased to offer some fun learning activities. After all, it's never too early to start getting your children on the right track!

Paper Giraffe Bank

Encourage your kids to design their own giraffe bank. This exercise teaches patience, provides a great space to start saving and will instill a sense of accomplishment.

Savings Chart

Print our helpful savings chart. If there is something your child has been asking for, this exercise teaches the value of saving money and working toward a goal.

Money Maze

Challenge your kids to find their way through a financial maze. This exercise helps develop strategy, hand-eye coordination and patience.

Free Word Search

Get your kids familiar with financial terms in this fun word search game. This exercise reinforces reading skills, letter recognition and directional skill.

Change Count

Pull out a handful of coins and work through this counting activity. This exercise is a great way to teach kids the value of money, math skills and currency awareness.

Word Scramble

Help your kids become word detectives by unraveling these scrambled concepts. This exercise teaches them to form syllables and look for familiar letter clusters.

Fun with Words

Have your kids put on their thinking caps and see if they can figure out the missing letters. This activity will help them get familiar with common credit union terms.