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TheMint.org - Fun Financial Literacy Activities for Kids, Tweens, Parents and Teachers

TheMint.org - Fun Financial Literacy Activities for Kids, Tweens, Parents and Teachers

Money Smart - A Financial Education Program Money Smart for Youth FDIC currently provides two instructor-led Money Smart curriculum products to teach young people, Money Smart for Young Adults (ages 12-20) and Money Smart for Elementary School Students (ages 5-8). In Development: The FDIC is updating our Money Smart for Youth suite of products in the coming months (by Spring 2015). The FDIC’s Money Smart for Young Adults curriculum helps youth ages 12-20 learn the basics of handling their money and finances, including how to create positive relationships with financial institutions. Money Smart for Young Adults consists of eight instructor-led modules. Money Smart for Young Adults is: FDIC staff is available to provide technical assistance and to help facilitate partnerships among interested parties. Modules range from 90-110 minutes if taught in their entirety. A description of each of the eight modules follows: Money Smart News Success Stories of interest include: The curriculum is distributed on CD: click here to order it.

Educators | Hands on Banking Whether you're a classroom teacher, a program director, or a college instructor, you understand the importance of a solid financial curriculum. Now, by using Hands on Banking®—the free, fun, and engaging financial program from Wells Fargo—you can help students of any age build a brighter financial future. The Hands on Banking online financial courses include free instructor guides with classroom lessons and activities that will help you guide students through real-life scenarios, group discussions, and other activities designed to teach valuable money management skills and help them take control of their finances. All without endorsements or commercials. The Hands on Banking curriculum is designed for four age groups: Kids—4th and 5th grades Teens—6th through 8th grades Young Adults—ages 15 through 21 Adults Take Advantage of Free Resources The Hands on Banking program is available in English or Spanish and offers many benefits, such as: Education Students Can Use Identify "needs" vs.

Teach Children to Save Page Content Teach Children to Save (TCTS) is a national program that organizes banker volunteers to help young people develop a savings habit early in life. Since the program started in 1997, some 146,400 bankers have taught savings skills to 6.4 million students. This April marked the 18th annual Teach Children to Save Day and more than 10,900 bankers hosted financial education events across the country. banks in their Teach Children to Save lessons. Bankers can participate on Teach Children to Save Day, or any time throughout the year as part of this industry-wide initiative to educate young people about the importance of saving. Presentation Materials The materials below were designed and developed exclusively for bankers to make savings lessons easy to present and fun for kids. Presentation Planning Tools Lesson Plans and Activities Grades 6-8: Lesson Plans, Activities and Puzzles Communications Toolkit Promotional Materials Training and Frequently Asked Questions

WOW!Zone: Educators Our Programs The TD Bank WOW!Zone is a comprehensive financial literacy program created by TD Bank. Our goal is to provide children and teens with valuable information about money, saving, banking and investing. Designed to be educational, fun, and interactive, our programs provide a solid foundation for everyone to create a strong financial future. Our Curriculum Written to meet the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) standards, the TD Bank WOW! TD Bank Instructors In addition to providing lesson plans here on the web site, we also have trained Bank Instructors available to visit your classroom to teach this special course… absolutely FREE! Each course concludes with a tour of a local TD Bank store. To invite a Bank Instructor to visit your classroom, contact us now. Listen to Our Podcast Financial education is an essential skill for students to learn, yet fitting it into your already jam-packed curriculum seems nearly impossible. National Teach Children To Save Day! Kids Teens

Making Finance Personal: Project-Based Learning for the Personal Finance Classroom - Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta Skip to content Publications Spring 2015 Articles Departments Staff Calendar of EventsFAQsSubscribe Online Making Finance Personal: Project-Based Learning for the Personal Finance Classroom Project-based learning involves activities designed to interest and motivate students as they learn. Curriculum Components Life Foundation | Lessons & Workshops | Life What do your students know about life insurance and how it works? Print and distribute the unit quiz, or have students go to www.scholastic.com/nextgeneration/students to take the interactive version of the quiz and print their answers. Students evaluate the financial standing and future obligations of a couple with two children and determine if their life insurance policy will enable them to meet their future financial needs and goals. Student Activity: Better Safe (PDF) To help them understand the purpose of life insurance, students will brainstorm portraits of fictional characters and then examine their financial obligations to assess how these responsibilities would be met if the character passed away. Student Activity: Who Needs Life Insurance? The Educator’s Guide, which includes tips for implementing the featured lessons and background information on life insurance, can be downloaded by clicking below.

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