Practical Money Skills: Ed’s Bank

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Sharpen your savings and budgeting skills with this fast-paced interactive game. Try to deposit as much money as possible within sixty seconds into Ed's piggy bank. Then go to the store to buy something for Ed without overspending. This engaging game has great animation and audio and would be also ideal for reviewing coin values and coin recognition skills. Dragging the coins into the bank can be challenging, and you might not save as much as you would like the first time through, so you always have the option to save more.

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