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Mark Financial Literacy Month at Innoventions at Epcot

posted on April 19th, 2012 by Jennifer Fickley-Baker, Social Media Manager

Mark Financial Literacy Month at Innoventions at Epcot

April is Financial Literacy Month, and if you’d like to get in on the fiscal fun during your Disney vacation, visit The Great Piggy Bank Adventure at Innoventions West at Epcot. The interactive exhibit, presented by T. Rowe Price, has games that let families set a dream goal – whether it’s an extreme room makeover or an exciting vacation – and work together to spend and save wisely to achieve their big dream.

Also in celebration of Financial Literacy Month, experts will host hands-on activities* tomorrow, April 20, for our younger guests, who can also take home a Journey to Your Dream Goal activity book, which helps kids have fun while learning key financial concepts. The whole family can also play The Great Piggy Bank Adventure online game to see who can become the ultimate “Finance Smarty Pants.”

*Park admission is required to participate.

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Jessica on April 12th, 2012 at 8:55 am

This is awesome. My family and I will be at Epcot on Saturday, April 14.


Allie on April 19th, 2012 at 3:58 pm

I love the Great Piggy Bank Adventure! It’s one of my favorite things in Innoventions. We do it every time that we go to Epcot!


Dustin on April 19th, 2012 at 7:10 pm

Great idea from the Mouse! Considering the times, with the recent economic downturn, this is the kind of thing that’s so beneficial to so many people. Kudos!


Brisa on May 3rd, 2012 at 2:15 am

This is truly a helpful adventure to kids on saving money and to add more info, many moms and dads teach personal financial basics to their kids at home. Generally, however, that is not the case. At this time, it is only a graduation requirement in the high schools of four states. But then how do younger adults acquire this knowledge? This is often by having to handle real financial crises later. But those who do get an early foundation in personal finances do tend to have much more success and wealth as adults and I found it here

Thanks and best regards.