(PRWEB) April 12, 2012
Surf-N-Kids Club, is now offering a breakthrough system that offers educational games and personal bank accounts that teach children financial literacy. By providing children with the entertainment factor of playing educational games and giving kids’ independence with their own private bank account, Surf-N-Kids Club is helping children to learn the importance of debits, credits and balances.
According to the National Endowment for Financial Education, most teachers do not feel equipped to teach students about personal finance. Eighty-five percent of college students plan to move home after graduating and 54% percent of college student respondents had overdrawn their bank account. These facts are one of the reasons Surf-N-Kids Club provides resources online for children to learn about finances at an early age, so they can avoid financial problems later on in life.
With this in mind, Surf-N-Kids Club offers many educational games that teach children about the importance of making money, saving money and purchasing items. Such games include “add like mad,” “math man,” “multiplication station” to name a few. These games are not only informative, but entertaining as well.
“Surf-N-Kids Club makes it possible for parents to allow their children to surf, play games, learn to manage a bank account and utilize email and video safely on the Internet. No more looking over your shoulder to find out what your children are finding on the Internet. Just peace of mind for you, and fun for your children,” said Faye Robinson, co-owner of Surf-N-Kids Club.
Surf-N-Kids Club also provides children with their very own personal bank account showing and teaching them how to use debits, credits and balances. Children are motivated to learn about their bank accounts through the patented educational reward system Surf-N-Kids Club uses. With the patented educational reward system, a child can play a game, earn a virtual currency that correlates to U.S. currency called TUKI Moola and then bid on real stuff in the TUKI Auction. Such items include iPods, books, apparel, posters and more. Children can monitor their earnings and purchases through a simplistic personal bank account that is easy to use.
Surf-N-Kids Club knows the importance of saving and spending skills that will keep children educated online and in the real world. Furthermore, by children earning, managing and using their TUKI Moola, they are learning financial skills about banking, credits, debits and balances.
For more information, or to experience this first hand, please visit: http://www.surf-n-kids.com