Where Does My Money Go? is a money management training system in a board game format designed for use with individuals with learning and other cognitive disabilities. Both levels use realistic currency to teach basic money handling skills. Level I ($64.95) requires players to conduct money transactions at the grocery store, restaurant, mall, and shopping mart. It also focuses on ways to earn money, pay bills, and deal with unexpected expenses. The currency at this level is limited quarters, $1, $5, $10, and $20 bills. Draw cards inform players of how much money they will receive or how much they will pay for an item. Bank Pass cards, which are given to each player as a savings account, can be cashed in as needed. This set includes a laminated game board, 200 illustrated Draw cards, 18 Bank Pass Cards, six playing pieces, one die, money, and a teacher's guide. Level II ($74.95) functions similarly to level one, but requires more advanced skills. Pennies, nickels, and dimes are added and the pay and get money requirements differ from those in Level I. This set also includes a laminated game board, 200 illustrated Draw cards, 18 Bank Pass Cards, six playing pieces, one die, money, and a teacher's guide. OPTIONS: A Level II Upgrade Kit ($29.95) for those who own the Level I set.