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Financial Education Websites

If you are looking for ways to teach students about money and finance, look no further! These fun, no-cost resources are easy to incorporate into your regular curriculum.


Banzai for Middle and High School Students

  • Best for 7th – 11th grade
  • Teachers can set-up a virtual classroom (teachers must register before students can use the platform)
  • Treat students to fun lessons about real-world money situations, like getting a paycheck, paying bills, and reading a checking account statement
  • Free, no spam or ads, sponsored by Bay Federal Credit Union

FoolProofMe Academy: Consumer Life Skills Curriculum for Remote Learning

  • Separate programs for middle school, high school, homeschool, and college students
  • Teachers and mentors can assign and monitor all student work from any device
  • Highly interactive conversations, animation, and text lessons, many of them created by students
  • Curriculum focuses on financial literacy, healthy skepticism, trustworthiness, and personal responsibility
  • No-cost program that is ad-free and compliant with Council for Economic Education standards

PBS Learning Media

  • Watch videos on all kinds of topics that relate money to just about everything: science, history, math, careers, and more
  • Type “money” into the search box, then choose a subject from the list on the left
  • Top Picks: select “science” for videos about money and the environment

35 Ways To Teach Kids About Money

  • For K-6 students
  • Links to lots of different websites plus hands-on activities and worksheets
  • These resources are not sponsored by Bay Federal and may have advertisements

Classroom Discussions on Zoom

Schedule a classroom discussion or Q&A session about a financial topic you or your students have questions about.

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