We like Junior's Adventures from Dave Ramsey.
For older kid's an alternative to Monopoly is "Act Your Wage
." We bought and use it for our community center. The kids love it!
Recommended Ages: 10 to 110 (Even though some 7 or 8 year olds usually want to play as well)
•Keep your savings up and expenses down as you compete to be the first to yell, “I’m debt free!”
•Don’t let your emergency fund go below $1,000.
•Plan for expenses using the envelope system. You don’t want to have too much month left at the end of your money.
• Spend, Save and Give through the income and expenses of everyday living.
•Dave Says cards keep the wisdom coming.
•Pay off debt using your debt snowball.
•Whether you’re an accountant, teacher or lawyer, no matter if you’re upside-down or right-side up—with Dave Ramsey’s Act Your Wage!, it’s fun to win with money.
Also love the Junior Aventure's bank. We don't actually have one but It's easy to get three little piggy banks and label them "give, save, spend."
I'm sure there will be haters out there on DR but we like these to help educate kids about money.