Clay Piggy at a glance
Game-based Learning Resource to Teach Personal Finance

Better
Learning Outcome

Game-based learning makes it fun and engaging for students and improves learning outcome.

Meets Curriculum
Requirements

Based on national standards in Personal Financial Education created by Jump$tart Coalition and Texas standards set by TEKS.

Flexible
Instruction Style

Hands-off solution that supports multiple instructions styles. Can be used in classrooms, computer labs, libraries and after school programs.

Saves Time
for Teachers

Easy to implement in classrooms. Comes with lesson plans and integrated assessment tools so teachers can get started quickly.

What our customers say about Clay Piggy

"I did enjoy the kids asking 'real world' questions. I think it was beneficial that they needed to learn important terms such as checking, savings, taxes and they complained how much went to taxes and medical. I even tied it in to the Revolutionary War and the Boston Tea Party."

- Julie B., 5th Grade


"They began to really use the vocabulary, such as pay rent, furnish your apartment, deposit your paycheck, etc. It was great hearing them speak the language of financial literacy!"

- Lisa J., 3rd Grade

"Students weren't understanding why they were not getting paid immediately at the bank and toy store. This helped them understand that they actually have to wait for a paycheck in real life and need to learn how to "budget" their money."

- Lindsey M., 5th grade


"Clay Piggy was a great program and the students enjoyed learning this way."

- Rhonda R., 5th Grade

"They began to really use the vocabulary, such as pay rent, furnish your apartment, deposit your paycheck, etc. It was great hearing them speak the language of financial literacy!"

- Lisa J., 3rd Grade

"Clay Piggy keeps the students' engaged and excited about learning."

- Andrea B., 3rd Grade


"My kids love Clay Piggy. I have seen a big difference in their terminology and perspective at financial matter."

- Diana G., 4th Grade Teacher

"It is the only time that I have seen students excited about taking a quiz."

- Maria S., 4th Grade Teacher


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