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  • FINANCIAL FOUNDATIONS FOR KIDS (FF4Kids) is a set of 75 videos designed to help K-8 teachers integrate personal financial literacy and its underlying economic principles into classrooms. Principles are presented through animated, interactive stories featuring age-appropriate and relatable child characters. A Teacher’s Guide, assessments, Kahoo...
    • FREE
    • Calculator/App/Software, Downloadable Resources, Game/Toy, Online Learning, Website
    • Pre-School & Kindergarten, 1st Grade, 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade, 6th Grade, 7th Grade, 8th Grade
    • Alternatives And Consequences, Annual Percentage Rate (Apr), Balancing A Checkbook, Banking, Bill Paying Method, Bill Payment, Borrowing, Budget, Buying Goods And Services, Cash Flow, Children And Money, Coins, Communication About Money, Comparison Shopping, Credit, Earning, Economics, Education, Emergency Fund, Entrepreneur, Ethical Behavior, Expenses, Financial Decision Making, Financial Goals, Financial Plan, Financial Planning, Financial Responsibility, Financial Tasks, Income, Income Sources, Individual Responsibility, Interest, Interest Rate, Investments, Loans, Money Behavior, Money Management, Money Math, Money Psychology, Mortgages, Profit, Rate Of Return, Saving, Savings Account, Spending, Time Value Of Money, Wants And Needs
  • TAKE CHARGE TODAY (formerly Family Economics and Financial Education, aka FEFE) offers activity-based lesson plans, free classroom materials, teacher training, newsletters, and online resources. Assessment tools including pre and post-tests, multiple choice test banks, simulations and unit assessments are provided.
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    • Assessment/Test, Calculator/App/Software, Comprehensive Curriculum/Program, Downloadable Resources, Teaching Guide , Website, Workbook/Activity Sheet
    • 7th Grade, 8th Grade, 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, College & Young Adult
    • Automated Teller Machine (Atm), Automobile Insurance, Banking, Budget, Buying Goods And Services, Careers, Checking Account, College Costs, Comparison Shopping, Compound Interest, Credit, Credit Cards, Credit Report, Credit Score, Debit Card, Earning, Emergency Fund, Estate Planning, Financial Decision Making, Financial Goals, Financial Institutions, Financial Plan, Fraud, Giving, Goals, Housing, Identity Theft, Income, Income Tax, Insurance, Interest, Investment Risk, Investments, Investment Terms, Markets, Stock And Bond, Money Behavior, Money Management, Mutual Funds, Need For Financial Education, Net Worth, Opportunity Cost, Retirement Planning, Risk, Risk Management, Rule Of 72, Saving, Savings Account, Spending, Spending Plan, Stock Markets, Stocks, Take-Home Pay, Taxes, Time Value Of Money, Wants And Needs
  • HANDS ON BANKING is a free online curriculum that includes instructor guides, classroom lessons, activities, and assessments. It is designed to help educators guide students through real-life scenarios and group discussions on topics such as understanding needs and wants, budgeting, setting goals, savings and checking accounts, credit, and more.
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    • Article/Information, Assessment/Test, Audio/Video, Booklet/Pamphlet, Calculator/App/Software, Downloadable Resources, Game/Toy, Lesson/Lesson Plan (One Lesson), Teaching Guide , Website, Workbook/Activity Sheet
    • Adult Consumer, Pre-School & Kindergarten, 1st Grade, 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade, 6th Grade, 7th Grade, 8th Grade, 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, College & Young Adult
    • Alternatives And Consequences, Annual Percentage Rate (Apr), Automated Teller Machine (Atm), Automobile, Automobile Insurance, Automobile Loan, Balancing A Checkbook, Banking, Bankruptcy, Barter, Bill Paying Method, Bill Payment, Bonds, Borrowing, Budget, Business And Profit, Buying Goods And Services, Careers, Checking Account, Children And Money, Coins, College Costs, Communication About Money, Comparison Shopping, Compound Interest, Consumer Protection Laws, Credit, Credit Cards, Credit Costs, Credit Score, Credit Sources, Creditworthiness, Currency, Debit Card, Debt, Diversification, Dividends, Earnings, Entrepreneur, Financial Decision Making, Financial Goals, Financial Institutions, Financial Plan, Fraud, Giving, Goals, Health Insurance, Housing, Identity Theft, Income Sources, Income Tax, Individual Retirement Account (Ira), Inflation, Information Sources, Insurance, Investments, Jobs, Loans, Money Math, Mutual Funds, Online Banking Services, Purchase Decisions, Retirement Planning, Risk, Rule Of 72, Saving, Savings Account, Spending Plan, Stock Markets, Student Loans, Taxes, Wants And Needs
  • THE BASICS OF SAVING AND INVESTING is a teaching guide with four units on Getting Started, Financial Markets, Making an Investment Plan, and Investment Fraud. Designed with input from educators, it includes lesson plans, an investment fraud simulation, quizzes, overheads, suggested links and more.
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    • Audio/Video, Downloadable Resources, Teaching Guide , Website
    • Adult Consumer, 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, College & Young Adult
    • Bonds, Diversification, Dollar Cost Averaging, Earning, Employer Sponsored Savings Plan, Financial Advisors, Financial Decision Making, Financial Information, Financial Plan, Fraud, Governement Goods And Services, Interest, Investments, Investor Education, Mutual Funds, Risk, Rule Of 72, Stocks, Taxes On Investments, Time Value Of Money
  • CASHCOURSE® is designed to provide financial education resources for colleges, to help cultivate positive money management habits in students. It’s online, free, noncommercial, and covers such topics as moving off campus, buying a car, studying abroad and avoiding over-spending.
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    • Comprehensive Curriculum/Program, Downloadable Resources, Online Learning
    • College & Young Adult
    • Automobile, Automobile Insurance, Balancing A Checkbook, Banking, Budget, Careers, Checking Account, College Costs, Communication About Money, Compound Interest, Credit Cards, Credit Costs, Creditworthiness, Debit Card, Debt, Debt Management, Disability Insurance, Education, Emergency Fund, Employee Benefits, Expenses, Financial Goals, Financial Plan, Financial Planning, Health Insurance, Housing, Identity Theft, Insurance, Investment Terms, Lifestyle, Loans, Money Management, Mutual Funds, Online Banking Services, Payday Loans, Rate Of Return, Renter Insurance, Risk Management, Saving, Savings Account, Spending, Stock Markets, Student Loans, Take-Home Pay, Wants And Needs
  • MONEY SMART COMPUTER-BASED INSTRUCTION (CBI) is based on the Money Smart for Young Adults curriculum & features a game-based learning design. Each of the 8 modules can be completed in 30 minutes & includes a certificate of completion. Topics include banking, checking accounts, saving, credit, setting financial goals, installment loans & mortgages.
    • FREE
    • Audio/Video, Downloadable Resources, Website, Workbook/Activity Sheet
    • Adult Consumer, 8th Grade, 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, College & Young Adult
    • Allowance, Alternatives And Consequences, Annual Percentage Rate (Apr), Automated Teller Machine (Atm), Automobile, Automobile Loan, Balancing A Checkbook, Banking, Bill Paying Method, Bill Payment, Borrowing, Budget, Buying Goods And Services, Checking Account, Comparison Shopping, Compound Interest, Credit, Credit Cards, Credit Costs, Credit Laws, Credit Report, Credit Score, Credit Sources, Creditworthiness, Debit Card, Debt, Debt Management, Earnings, Emergency Fund, Expenses, Financial Goals, Financial Institutions, Financial Plan, Income, Income Sources, Individual Responsibility, Interest, Interest Rate, Leasing, Loans, Money Behavior, Money Management, Money Math, Mortgages, Online Banking Services, Payday Loans, Payment Methods, Rate Of Return, Rule Of 72, Saving, Savings Account, Spending, Student Loans, Time Value Of Money, Wants And Needs
  • THE ABCs OF CREDIT CARD FINANCE describes the various costs of credit and teaches students how to wisely choose and responsibly use a credit card. The program is offered in two formats: a student primer, Trainer's Guide and PowerPoint are available for downloading for use in the classroom.
    • FREE
    • Assessment/Test, Audio/Video, Comprehensive Curriculum/Program, Downloadable Resources, Teaching Guide , Website, Workbook/Activity Sheet
    • 11th Grade, 12th Grade, College & Young Adult
    • Annual Percentage Rate (Apr), Credit, Credit Cards, Credit Costs, Credit Counseling, Credit Problems, Credit Report, Credit Rights, Credit Score, Credit Sources, Creditworthiness, Ethical Behavior, Identity Theft, Individual Responsibility, Interest Rate, Money Behavior, Wants And Needs
  • VENTURE - ENTREPRENEURIAL EXPEDITION™ is curriculum designed to teach students to think entrepreneurially. This student program isn’t just about teaching kids business terminology. Students develop a personalized plan for their own business, including financing, marketing, and market research, along with a roadmap for academic and career success.
    • FREE
    • Comprehensive Curriculum/Program, Game/Toy, Online Learning
    • 7th Grade, 8th Grade, 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade
    • Advertising, Budget, Business And Profit, Careers, Entrepreneur, Expenses, Financial Decision Making, Financial Goals, Financial Plan, Income, Spending, Taxes
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