Websites for our Youth Members
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Visit the Youth Club’s favorite websites to play games, meet some new friends, and learn more about financial smarts.
Banking on our Future – Learn all about the history of money, banks and credit unions, plus learn ways you can earn and saving money for the future. Another cool part of Banking on our Future is that you could have a volunteer come to your classroom and teach. Tell your teacher to check out Banking on our Future too!
"Electric Money" from Oregon Public Broadcasting – Learn the history of money and how money has changed plus play fun interactive games.
US Mint – H.I.P (History in your Pocket) Pocket Change is the US Mint's web tool for teaching youth about coins, the US Mint and US history. It is very interactive and informative. http://www.usmint.gov/kids/
Youngmoney.com – Teen and Pre-College age site providing valuable information such as financing college, credit card debt prevention, working while in school, and much more.
Planet Orange – Choose a travel friend and travel around Planet Orange as you learn about the world of money. Dodge obstacles, climb mountains, and much more.
Linking to other web sites from the Greensboro Municipal site:
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If you find objectionable/offensive sites listed here, please send the information to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) via e-mail, and so they may review the site.