Teachers & Caretakers

These no-cost, no obligation, ad-free resources can be integrated into your existing curriculum or used for financial education-specific lessons and life skills classes. For young children, school-age children, pre-teens, teenagers, and young adults.

Reading Materials

NPR Finance Article

Want to teach kids about money? Start by including them in the conversation. 

Money as You Grow

Find books, topics, and tips to support positive money habits and attitudes.

Financial Publications from the FTC

The Federal Trade Commission offers free “how to” publication son just about every financial topic you can think of. Download digital copies or order printed copies for free!

Activities & Resources

Fraud and Scams Awareness and Prevention

Learn about identity theft and common types of scams, how to protect yourself from financial loss, and what to do if you become a victim.

Research and Resources from the CFPB

Financial Education for Adults from the CFPB

Tools and resources, grouped by topic, type of audience, and language, can be used for single-topic discussions or to supplement financial literacy and life skills curriculum.

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