Hands-on virtual activities available through the Cleveland Fed


Looking for opportunities to engage your kids during the summer? The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland has created a variety of virtual summer programming hands-on activities that teach important financial literacy concepts while providing fun for the whole family.

Activities include:

  • June 22-29 (ages 10-14): “Where in the World is Monte?” – Monte, the Money Tree mascot, takes a cross-country journey that explores some favorite destinations.
  • June 29-July 6 (ages 6-12): “The Art of Making Money” – Children can create their own stamps or money with creative designs.
  • July 1-31 (all ages): “Bank Vault Lego Challenge” – Become an engineer by constructing a secure bank vault that can withstand the most challenging tests.
  • Jigsaw puzzles for all ages that will test children’s knowledge of currency designs and historical architecture.
  • Summer reading lists that teach students about money, personal finance and other important financial literacy topics.