BATTLE FOR THE END OF THE LINE is an improv game that uses context, rhythm, freestyle rap, and crowd control to effectively and predictably communicate ideas.
HIP HOP FINFEST LESSONS are designed to inspire students to create songs about money. These asynchronous project-based challenges include videos, webcomics, and writing prompts to develop financial skills and support creative expression through song.
MONEY BUDDIES & ASKING FOR A FRIEND WEBCOMICS are conversations that give learners of all ages the space to unpack money myths and financial questions. This series of webcomics and conversation prompts can help students process emotions around money and take action in their lives and communities.
MONEY PERSONALITIES QUIZ helps students learn how their money personality might impact their lives. From the complicator, to the contemplator, to the paper chaser, and the money monk, when we know our relationship to money, we can become more aware of our actions when it comes to spending and saving.
PAYCHECKS AND TAXES LESSON takes students through a kinesthetic activity about the different taxes they are required to pay. Students use their percentage and decimal skills to calculate payroll deductions from their gross pay. Key terms, assessments, and follow-up questions are included.
POCKETS CHANGE is an organization that offers customizable in-person workshops that use Hip Hop pedagogy to be accessible to youth and communities. Workshop topics include financial basics, career readiness, college life, renting your first apartment, goal setting, and entrepreneurship.
SPENDING VALUES PLAN & FUTURE SELF POSTCARD is designed to help students identify their spending values and chart a path to their future self, whether it be a month or years into the future. It can be combined with the app Aging Booth, where students take a selfie and see what they might look like in the future.