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This year, give the gift of financial finesse - these fun games help children learn the value of money.
Show Me the Money
The Allowance® Game by Lakeshore teaches kids how to handle money, make change, and more as they save and spend their hard-earned cash. (Ages 5-11; $16.95; www.lakeshorelearning.com)
Monopoly enters the 21st century with this Electronic Banking Edition that features higher property values (oh, my!) and the ability to pay with the swipe of a debit card. (Ages 8 and up; $19.99; available at all major toy retailers)
Also see: Family Finances: How to Open Up Financial Communication with Your Family
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