Our games are designed to teach youth the skills they need, in the context that they will need it. We designed our games to combine theory and practice to maximize the amount of topics your players will learn each time you play with them.
We test our content on thousands of youth per year to ensure that our products have the impact we aim to deliver.
Here are a few things that your students will learn from your games
Manage personal and family finances
Through our game, the players will learn how to handle their own money and manage the family budget.
What a family business is all about
Your players will learn how a family business works, what skills are needed to run a successful company, and what the everyday life of an entrepreneur looks like.
Develop soft skills
Since the games simulate real life situations, soft skills like problem-solving, communication, sales, and marketing learned in the game directly translate to real life.
Courage to be independent
Our underlying teaching methodology gives your students the courage to make decisions on their own, and allows them to safely learn from their mistakes.
I learned how to handle and use money. I worked in the beauty salon. We had a ton of clients and orders that we had to deal with. It was a very fun game. Thank you!
What it's like to play the game
Every school and class is different, but it’s always good to see how the game is already used by other teachers.
To give you an idea of what the game can be like, take a look at how it’s used in one of our regional education centers called.
Use insights from our platform about how your students play the games and track progress to make better decisions when teaching.
Overview of what happens in your games
Easily get an overview of what is happening in your games to help your students learn.
More engaging learning experience
Add online interactions to your games for students to practice online transactions.
The teacher experience
We built our teacher experience on the idea that the best way to impact students through the games is to empower teachers to teach. The impact you have on your students grows with your experience using the games as a tool.
Here's what the process looks like for you:
Get familiar with the content
Read the teachers’ guide to get familiar with how the game works and what the instructors need to do.
Play the game
Let your players learn through the game. Take notes of key learning situations.
Analyse what happened
Use your notes to select a few key learning situations to discuss with the players later.
Discuss with the players
To maximize the impact of the game, use our guiding questions to discuss selected key learning situations with the players to develop your students’ critical thinking skills.
The teacher's guide
Each set includes simple to follow teacher instructions.
Fits in with your curriculum
The game is more than a standalone game - implement it into your curriculum.
The platform provides learning insights that were previously difficult to obtain.
Purchase this set
Family finance management and the basics of running a company.