Educational Money Games for Kids

Peter Pig’s Money Counter

Cashier Simulator is a game where players operate the cash register at a grocery store.

  • Ring up each individual item the customer buys.
  • As you advance through the game some items will be scanned & then purchased in a quantity greater than one.
  • When you are done ringing up all their items add the total bill.
  • Collect their payment.
  • If they pay via means other than a credit card you’ll need to give them change from the cash register.
  • As you advance through the game you will unlock additional items consumers can buy in your store.
  • The game has 160 stages. You can earn up to 3 stars on each stage depending on how you perform.

Cash Back is a game where players give customers the correct change using bills and coins.

  • Choose to watch the tutorial or jump straight into play.
  • Select the settings you wish to play including difficulty level (easy, medium, or hard), hints, and if you want to show the change amount.
  • Select the bills and coins needed to correctly sum to the customer’s change amount.
  • Tap on the Give Change button.
  • Answer as many questions correctly as you can until you run out of time.
  • You can answer questions with various different money combinations so long as the final sum total precisely matches the change due.

Grocery Cashier is a game where younger children can practice addition and subtraction along with monetary familiarity by operating a virtual cash register.

  • Each customer represents another level of the game. As you play longer the number of items you ring up increases while the time limit for each customer decreases.
  • Enter the cost of each item as it comes down the conveyor belt, then tap the plus button.
  • To enter payments, you must click on or press the buttons on the cashier rather than using a keyboard. If you make an error there is a clear button you can use to erase the prior input.
  • When entering amounts, you do not need to enter anything after the decimal if the product price is a whole dollar figure & you do not have to enter pennies for products which are priced in dollars and dimes.
  • After entering in all of the items click on the total button.
  • If the customer pays via gift certificates you then enter the gift certificate amount and the minus sign. You do not make change for customers who play with gift certificates. Simply enter the amount, the negative sign, and then click the DONE button on the right.
  • If the customer pays with money, you enter the amount they paid and then click on the pay button. You then click on the bills and coins which are associated with the amount they are owed and then click the done button when you are complete.

Treze Coins is a simple money addition game where children add together coins to deposit into a gumball machine.

  • Choose which language you would like to play in based on country flags which are frequently associated with popular languages. Options include English, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, and French.
  • Select which coin denominations you would like to use. Your options are: either 1, 1 and 10, or 1 and 5 and 10.
  • Look at the amount shown at the top center of the screen and click on coins from the bottom area to insert coins which sum to that amount.
  • When you have added up the correct number of coins click on the gumball machine to insert the coins.
  • If you make a mistake you can click the X under the coin adding box.
  • If you need to make change there is a coin converter in the lower right corner.
  • Keep buying gumballs until you run out of money.

Idle Money Tree is the very definition of an idle clicker game. It aims to answer the question “does money grow on trees?” in a way that will satisfy toy-wanting children the world over while perhaps annoying more than a few parents. 😉

  • Click money bags as they appear on your tree to collect them.
  • Click rapidly and repeatedly to activate a multiplier bonus which can double or triple your earnings.
  • Select floating bags of money which randomly appear on the screen to earn large extra sums.
  • Upgrade the sunshine, your watering can, fertilizer, fruits, and genetic research to further boost your earnings.
  • Select the buy 1x button to switch between buying a single upgrade at a time, 10, 100, or maxing out each purchase with whatever budget you have remaining.
  • You still earn money while away from keyboard, but at a lower rate & if you stop clicking for a while it resets your bonus multiplier.

Supermarket Numbers is an arithmetic practice game.

  • Read the numerical goal in the upper left corner of the game.
  • Early in the game most blocks are addition blocks. If a block does not have a symbol on it the default numerical operator is addition.
  • Select blocks trying to add up to the numerical goal shown.
  • As you advance through the game additional blocks are added with functions like subtraction, multiplication, and division.
  • You must select at least one block with no operator on it before you can select a multiplication or division block.
  • As you select blocks the equation shown below the goal number changes to reflect your choices.
  • Fill the shopping cart meter to 100% to move on to the next stage & play through all 10 levels.

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