Raising prosperous and confident kids!

Researchers asked parents if their child had any formal training in money-management and if it should be taught in school.

70%

said their children has no formal training.

76%

believe it should be taught in schools.

Last year alone, college seniors graduated with an average of

$27,000 in student loans

Finances are the #1 reason

that students withdraw from college and what gives them the most stress.

Clay Piggy is a fun

and interactive tool to teach children financial literacy

Curriculum Based

Based on the national standards in K-12 Personal Finance Education created by Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy.

Hands off Solution

Students play and learn with minimal teachers' involve- ment. Game has educational and fun components inbuilt.

Assessment

Educators get report card to assess the concepts learned by the student.

Fun & Exciting

Game Based Learning makes it fun and engaging for students.

What our customers are saying...

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

Ms. Diana G., 4th Grade Teacher

Features

hands off solution

  • Students play and learn with minimal involvement from teachers

hands off solution

  • Students play and learn with minimal involvement from teachers

Curriculum based

  • Based on the national standards in K-12 Personal Finance Education created by Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy
  • Specially designed for elementary school students
  • Course taught over the entire school year
  • Course complexity based upon the grade level

game based learning

  • Student is given tasks to complete
  • Student uses basic mathematical calculations to complete tasks and earn paychecks
  • Students is taught to make sound financial decisions

safe social behavior

  • Students work with each other to complete assigned tasks
  • Students learn safe social interaction/behavior in the class room
  • Class leader board motivates students to perform better