Financial Literacy Resources

Here are some other ways that you can incorporate financial literacy into your classroom for free!

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Games and Activities

  • Next Gen Personal Finance Arcade: these games include decision-making around paying for college, budgeting, investing, and more

  • NGPF Quiz Games: Quizlet decks, Kahoots and Quizizz. These quiz games allow students to review important terms and test their knowledge while reviewing material

  • NGPF Interactive Activities: simulations, graphs, quizzes, and other online interactives

  • Practical Money Skills games: Test your money skills and give your brain a workout with these fun and educational games

  • Lemonade Day: Lemonade Day is a fun, experiential program that teaches youth how to start, own and operate their very own business - a lemonade stand.


Elementary School

FDIC: This standards-aligned curriculum series empowers educators with engaging activities to integrate financial education instruction into subjects such as math, English, and social studies

Practical Money Skills:

Finance in the Classroom: K-5 lesson plans


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Middle School

Next Gen Personal Finance:

Practical Money Skills: 7-8 lesson plans

Finance in the Classroom: 6-8 lesson plans

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High School

Next Gen Personal Finance:

Practical Money Skills: 9-12 lesson plans

Finance in the Classroom: 9-12 lesson plans

โ€‹Teachers Pay Teachers (free): Project Based Learning: The Game of Life



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