Educational Resources for Teachers

Elementary and Junior High

How to Become a Smart Shopper

Biz Kid$

Lessons in money management for youth

Interactive games from the US Mint

Money Math: Lessons for Life

High School

California Council on Economic Education

Money Smart for Young Adults

Public Television’s show “Biz Kid$”, with approved curriculum

NEFE High School Financial Planning Program

Federal Reserve Bank Educational Resources

Khan Academy

College

Money Smart for Young Adults

Help Your Students Prepare for Financial Success

For Everyone

Get Your Annual Credit Report

Feed the Pig

360 Degrees of Financial Literacy

Cash Course

More Information on your Credit Report

For Parents

Parents, you can contribute greatly to your children’s futures by helping them learn how to save and budget. These sites make learning finances fun for the whole family.

Teaching Your Teen Money Skills

Teaching your kids about money

Interactive Games from the U.S. Mint

About Credit Unions

Federal Student Aid

Khan Academy

Get smart about your money now and start saving for the future. Whether you’re saving for college, a new car or just want to become more independent, these sites will help you get started.

Live the Adventure

Money Talks

Spendster

Financial Soccer

What’s so important about a credit score, anyway?

Meet Young Entrepreneurs Who are Making a Difference

Teens and Money

Finances for College Students

Celebrity Calamity

Dream Prom

 

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