Whether you need full lesson plans or simple activities to supplement instruction, you'll find everything you need from various providers below.
FiCycle’s free lessons cover a range of timely topics, from stock market trends to the difference between wealth and cash. Teachers can use the materials for standalone classroom sessions that introduce learners to the intersection between math and finance, or in combination with the FiCycle Math curriculum.
In this collection of online games, three children—Ima, Jesse, and Reno—struggle with real-life scenarios, such as running an ice-cream stand, raising money for a personal goal, allocating earned money to different needs. Games are leveled for age groups from kindergarten to high school.
Biz Kid$ is a national financial literacy initiative based on the Emmy Award-winning public television series where kids teach kids about money and business. Using a clever blend of entertainment and education, each episode shows kids how to make and manage money by introducing concepts of financial literacy and entrepreneurship.
A program and curriculum with a decision-based approach to personal finance. Formerly Family Economics & Financial Education, Take Charge Today provides a consistent framework for thinking through financial choices in order to improve well-being.
This course is built around video lectures, short readings, interactive quizzes, and comment threads. There are nine courses covering the essentials. A typical course is broken down into units containing lessons containing all the materials and resources you'll need.
Visa and the National Football League have teamed up to create Financial Football, a fast-paced, interactive game that engages students while teaching them personal finance skills. The latest release features 3D graphics and game-changing opportunities with audibles, blitzes and long yardage plays.