Money management game for primary students
MoneySmart Town is a competitive role-playing, money management
game designed for primary students.
The goal is for students to successfully manage their
money through a series of random and planned financial events
and challenges, while keeping their virtual family happy and
Students begin the game by choosing an avatar, a job, family
members and a place to live. They earn money through their jobs and
by answering consumer and financial literacy challenge questions
that pop up throughout the game.
Students are encouraged to save their money so they can pay
regular and unexpected bills and buy things like furniture for
their virtual house or a new car.
Register your class to play the game
Teachers can access the game through Skooville, a secure web
environment where children are protected while learning and
communicating with their peers. Find out more about the Skooville platform.
Contact ASIC's MoneySmart Teaching team at firstname.lastname@example.org
to find out how to register your class to play MoneySmart Town.
Last updated: 31 Aug 2015