Kids' Money Activities
Preschool


Featuring Hundreds of Kids' Money Books, Books On Tape, Videos, Banks, Games and Other Learning Activities.

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My First Stock My First Stock

An Inspirational and Interactive Way to Learn About Stocks! OneShare.com is proud to introduce a new program specially designed to teach children about the stock market. What young child would not be intrigued by the prospect of owning a small part of his/her favorite company? One Share of Stock, Inc. makes ownership possible by purchasing an actual stock certificate in the child's name. Our young shareholders can proudly point to the stock certificate hanging on the wall and inform their playmates that they are part-owner of their favorite company. A share of stock also makes a great gift for newborns. Over 90 companies available. Price will vary due to market fluctuations.



Treasury Coin Set
by Learning Resources


Ages: 3 - 6 Years

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Scan N Count Cash Register
by KIDdesigns, Inc.


Ages: 3 - 6 Years

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Cash Register With Scanner
by Summit Financial Products, Inc.


Ages: 3 - 6 Years

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Cash Register
by Tolo


Ages: 3 - 6 Years

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McDonald's Cash Register
by Creative Design


Age: 3 - 6 Years

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Pretend and Play Cash Register by Learning Resources


Age: 3 - 8 Years

Open up your own imaginary store and ring up purchases with this working calculator cash register, which looks and sounds just like the real thing. The large cash drawer holds life-size play money.

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Pretend and Play Talking Scanner
by Learning Resources


Age: 3 Years +

Scan the stickers and hear the prices - just like the real store! A perfect companion for the Pretend and Play Cash Register.

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