PlayMoolah helps your kids wise up on money
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PlayMoolah helps your kids wise up on money

We all want our children to know the value of money and how to spend it wisely. But in our own need to earn cash, we may not always have the time to impart our financial understanding to them.

That’s where PlayMoolah can lend a helping hand. It’s a beautifully-designed online interactive game that teaches young ones all about money management in an engaging manner.

The basic version of Playmoolah is free. But if you subscribe to a membership, you’ll enjoy a whole load of extra features like more games, special items and even a tool for the kids to manage their real life moolah.

Paying members will also be upgraded with a parents’ dashboard that keeps you abreast of everything your child does and learns in the game, as well as receive weekly ideas for interesting projects the whole family can do together.

We at RinggitPlus are quite impressed with this game that was developed in our neighbouring country across the Causeway. We hope to see more of such high quality interactive content (especially those that help improve financial literacy) being made around the region!


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