CREDITKIDZ

Financial Education For Kids Made Easier
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ABOUT

CreditKidz was created with one goal in mind of taking financial education directly to kids. In the current education system, we completely ignore teaching kids about finances and how to manage them. While we are absolutely ready to teach them science and maths that they may or may not use in the future, we fail to teach them the most important subject that they will certainly need in their life. CreditKidz is designed to make teaching finance for kids easier and more accessible. With CreditKidz, the next generation will learn to understand finances and plan their future better in the comfort of their homes.

CREDIT KIDZ JINGLE

CREDIT KIDZ COUNTRY JINGLE

LEARN THROUGH GAMES

Download app for iphone here

ENROLLMENT

Start today

to learn what schools do not teach you

CURRICULUM

Learn exciting lessons about money

 

 

PROGRAMS

Courses, Subscriptions & products for kids. With the play and learn method, learning just became much easier.

CREDIT TEENZ BOOK

Invest in your child at this stage as you grab a copy

CREDIT KIDZ COLORING BOOK

A best-seller for kids!

MR. CREDIT TEACHES IN SPANISH

Language is not a barrier. We’ve got you covered!

CURRICULUM

The concept of money

Banking system

Savings

Credit

 

KNOW WHAT?

To all kids out there, you’re lucky to have this great knowledge

WHAT OUR FAMILIES ARE SAYING

I like the whole concept of it. It’s different. My son enjoys it. If we could add more characters, have them talk about the bureaus in the tutorials, it would be awesome. Great job other than that.

So many kids know nothing about finances. This helps them get a foundation and a head start.

Credit Kidz has taught a lot to my six-year-old daughter. She is now asking questions about credit and has learned how to build credit.

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WHAT PEOPLE ASK

What is Creditkidz?

Is there any specific age for using Creditkidz?

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