Money Smart for Young People
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MONEY SMART FOR YOUNG PEOPLE (MSYP) is a series of age-appropriate curricula that includes lesson plans for educators along with guides for parents and caregivers. It offers practical activities and conversation-starters on financial topics such as saving, setting financial goals, prioritizing spending decisions, and staying safe online.

Provider
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)
Price
Free
Published / Released Year
2020
Publication Schedule for Series or Periodical
2020 update
Format and Delivery
Online Accessible, Online Use/Online Learning
Resource Type
Comprehensive Curricula, Programs, Systems, Courses.
Target Audience
Early Elementary, Elementary Grades, Middle Grades, High School
Languages
English, Spanish
Contact Information
(877) 275-3342
Jump$tart Standards
Yes

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  • Review made at 09:03am on November 5th, 2018 by ytlofton@gmail.com
    I am an elementary school teacher in Georgia. I am also infectiously passionate about financial education. What I love about the FDIC money smart series is that this resource is comprehensive financial lessons that can be taught to seniors. Through this FDIC money smart series, I am able to use the numerous available platforms such as videos, digital context, and activities to teach my kids the very necessary but appropriate financial education skills for the grade level and leaning system. After an exhaustive search for context of this magnitude that I could teach to little kids and also integrate activities in the classroom while also meeting district standards; I am so grateful to have access to this free and useful resource,