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Skint! Useful websites

These external websites may provide activity ideas or help facilitate discussion.

Some of our activities include links to external sites outside Scottish Book Trust. While we choose the sites we link to very carefully, we can’t always control the content that appears on them.

ASDAN – More Choices, More Chances life-skill projects(this will open in a new window): this site provides numeracy/life skill activities as part of ASDAN – More Choices, More Chances life skill projects.

BBC Bitesize(this will open in a new window)

BBC Skillswise(this will open in a new window): this site has good exercises for numeracy skill development.

Calculators.org(this will open in a new window): maths-based games

Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS)(this will open in a new window)

Comic Life(this will open in a new window): this can be used as a follow-up activity where users can create a comic of their own ‘money story’ or continue the storyline for one of the characters with in Skint!

Help with money(this will open in a new window)

Family Learning(this will open in a new window)

Financial Literacy - Make Money Make Sense(this will open in a new window)

Greater Easterhouse Money Advice Project (GEMAP)(this will open in a new window)

Learn about money(this will open in a new window)

Maths Chase(this will open in a new window): this website makes learning fun with a range of online maths games.

Money Advice Service(this will open in a new window): responsible for helping consumers understand financial services in the UK and manage their finances better. They offer a wealth of information, resources and interactive tools to help people make informed decisions.

Money Saving Expert(this will open in a new window): this website provides practical advice on cutting bills and expenditure from the Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis.

The Financial Literacy Resource Centre(this will open in a new window)

Workers Educational Association(this will open in a new window)

Young Scot Financial Information(this will open in a new window): the Young Scot website provides information about managing money for 16- to 26-year-olds, including information about the Young Scot discount card.