"Thanks a lot Camille,
The concept of Ekomini is really so good to kids from 5 to 12. Maybe one of your kids or nephews and nieces will love this game...remember that Christmas is coming and you can offer this!!! =)
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I'm a part of a great projet about an educational game for kids in order to learn about financial literacy. This world’s first and only interactive, web-enabled, financial education game that helps children learn what they should know about money. Kids learn about earning, saving, spending, sharing and investing their money. I invite you to visit www.ekomini.com
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Ekomini a great idea for kids!
The treasure chest is the door to the Ekomini world online. Once connected on EkominiVille, the child will discover colorful characters and be able to play several games while monitoring their savings.
The online platform is constantly updated with rich content to allow the most diverting experience. The resulting involvement of the children will make them more receptive and prone to learning.
Through games and interactive storytelling, kids learn about saving (setting goals), spending (learning to buy), sharing (giving to causes they believe in) as well as the idea of investing and interest.
EKOMINIVILLE is a highly stimulating web environment adapted to each age group.
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