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Review: Know Your Money

Edware have decided to branch out of the geography market and have now entered the Maths arena and it’s a good thing they have.  Know Your Money is a game designed to help children learn all about Money using some fun and absorbing games.

The game itself is designed for Junior and Senior infants but would suit up to 1st class children as currency goes up to 20c.  The teacher can adjust the maximum coin that is used.

The games themselves have the Interactive Whiteboard firmly in mind.  The teacher (or child) can use a number of IWB tools while they play the different games.  The games consist of visiting the shop and post office, changing coins, adding coins and getting change.  There’s plenty to keep a class busy and entertained.

As you would expect for Edware, the graphics are professional, colourful and very child-friendly.  Surprisingly, there are very few products out there that help children learn about Euro coins so I could see this software doing well around the Eurozone.

All going well, we will see new versions of Know Your Money for older classes.  Congratulations to Edware on another fantastic piece of software.

Last Update: August 22, 2017  

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  1. Luke Curley 27th February 2011 at 5:12 pm Reply

    Thanks Simon, delighted you enjoy my latest creation, expect more to follow.

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