In short, The Good Credit Game grew out of a decade of learning and feedback from our Money Habitudes materials. What we heard for years from financial educators is that they greatly enjoyed using Money Habitudes cards in their classes because they made the material fun, engaging, hands-on and easy-to-understand while being flexible for different classes and audiences. Also, financial educators appreciated how Money Habitudes generates great conversations about money. Financial educators continuously told us that they wished they got the same feel and feedback from their other financial classes on topics like budgeting, getting banked, and credit. So we set out to apply the big concepts of Money Habitudes to a curriculum and hands-on materials for teaching credit classes. Money Habitudes is designed to help people understand their financial habits, attitudes, values and behaviors. On the other hand, The Good Credit Game helps educators teach about credit reports, credit scores and credit cards. Also, The Good Credit Game is designed to be used in a much more prescribed fashion—following lesson plans and a set curriculum.