Financial education curriculum and resources for elementary classrooms.
Money Savvy Kids
Grade Levels: K-5
Cost: Yes but a grant is available for some Washington classrooms
Award winning curriculum and materials that aligns with Common Core State Standards. Different curriculum and materials by grade level. Through a grant made possible by the Washington State Department of Financial Institutions, teachers who teach grades Pre-K, 2, 3 are eligible to receive free Money Savvy Kids curriculum materials for their classrooms. Email Lyn.Peters@dfi.wa.gov for more information.
Financial Fitness for Life
Cost: Yes there is a cost. It varies per curriculum
Curriculum that assist students from kindergarten to grade 12 make better decisions for earning income, and spending, saving, borrowing, investing, and managing their money.
Hands On Banking Program from Wells Fargo
Grade Levels: K-12
Lessons, activities, and teacher guides from Wells Fargo. Covers kids, teens, and young adults.
FDIC Money Smart
Grades: Pre K-12
Standards-aligned curriculums that can be incorporated into subjects such as English language arts, Mathematics and Social Studies.
Sesame Street for Me, For You, For Later
Online bilingual resource from Sesame Street that teaches young children about good financial choices. Includes videos, printable activities, and teacher guides.
Free online resources, videos, and lessons.
Free financial education programs. All of the materials and presenters are available at no cost to schools.
Web-based program that provides engaging and relevant consumer education curricula covering a variety of financial topics.
Financial Lessons: Utah’s Finance in the Classroom
Repository of K-12 financial education resource. Resources include curriculum, lessons, and videos.
Financial Lessons and Games: Visa’s Practical Money Skills
Lesson plans, games, resources, and games by grade level from Visa.