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Financial Literacy Bingo Cards

Financial Literacy Bingo Cards

April is Financial Literacy Month. Use these cards in the classroom, at home, or with your favorite organization to help your K-12 students become more financially literate.

There are three different grade levels of cards—elementary, middle, and high school—so that everyone can participate!

Each card contains 24 (plus a “Free Space”) interactive financial literacy tasks to get these kids thinking about their finances!

How to use the Bingo Cards

Print one card per person and let them be creative with their tasks to complete a BINGO. Note that many of the tasks come from the Nebraska Social Studies Standards.

  1. Print out a card for each person playing. Each card is designated for a different grade levels—elementary, middle, and high school.
  2. Read through the cards and start planning! Help them learn concepts or words that they may not understand.
  3. Work together to complete a Bingo—either 5 across, 5 down, 5 diagonally, or go all out and complete the blackout! Complete each task and then check that off once it’s completed. You can set the pace. Maybe have them complete 1-2 a week or make it a Bingo week where they need to complete a different task each day that week.
  4. Once the BINGO or blackout is complete take your kids out for ice cream, let them pick out a small toy, get them a book or stickers, or buy a new book to congratulate the on a job well done! Teachers could offer extra credit, addtiional play time, or any incentive that you come up with.

Alternative Ways to Play

  • Print an extra copy and cut out the BINGO tasks. Then pull out a task from a bucket or hat that they need to complete!
  • Have a parent or grandparent “assign” the task to complete.
  • Make the entire month financial literacy month by having your kids complete tasks all month long for a blackout!

High School Financial Literacy Bingo Card

Have your high school aged kids complete tasks to get a BINGO—5 in a row across, down, diagonally, or go all out to complete a blackout!

High School Financial Literacy Bingo Card

Middle School Financial Literacy Bingo Card

Have your middle school aged kids complete tasks to get a BINGO—5 in a row across, down, diagonally, or go all out to complete a blackout!

Middle School Financial Literacy Bingo Card

Elementary School Financial Literacy Bingo Card

Have your elementary school aged kids complete tasks to get a BINGO—5 in a row across, down, diagonally, or go all out to complete a blackout!

Elementary School Financial Literacy Bingo Card

General Financial Literacy Bingo Cards

Here are Bingo cards without a specific state—use these for your state to get your students thinking about money and their finances!

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