I enjoyed going through it and parts of it work well. With regards to the first part do you have a hook when you first introduce the course. Personally I see telling any information as telling a story. Initially asking 'What is a budget?' comes across as a powerpoint presentation to a group of people. I've done enough presentations to know what you need to get the audience connected somehow and give them a reason for either taking part or doing something.
I have the experience of telling a story in which the listeners were so engaged in listening that they forget the time, and those were adults not kids. The message got across and it worked because they felt connected and really interested in the story which was a carrier for the content.
Here might give some hints: http://theelearningcoach.com/elearning2-0/why-you-need-to-use-storytelling-for-learning/
As you've posted the storyline link, do you also have a link for your storyboard via dropbox?
Remove the Resources player tab and volume control. You have two volume controls and two slide navigation controls in the section 'Major Budger Components' and a clicking sound effect when you hover over the top right next slide and navigation controls.
I like the glow effects for the 'Types of Budgets Section' but it confuses me using the bottom right slide navigation controls to get back to the screen where I choose 1, 2, 3. Could you have another way of going back to the previous slide?
I'd also be interested to know how you came to choose those particulate colors. That isn't a criticism, just professional interest in your course. Selecting the right color can be essential. I enjoyed the visuals and trying the Major Budget components slide. My previous comments above only reflect my user experience. Having everything simple and clear makes it easier for me to do something. Otherwise its a distraction when I'm going through something. Others may feel different.
I'm sure that more experienced community users can offer their great insights and suggestions but that's my two cents for now.
I learnt something about budgeting through the module and look forward to a new improved version, if you choose to make one.