Hands on Banking Resources for Iowa Teachers

December 4, 2015 at 11:19 am

HandsOnBankinglogoAre you an Iowa teacher looking for easy-to-use financial literacy curriculum that can be used with any age group, aligns with Iowa’s core standards, includes helpful instructor guides, and is FREE? Then you’ll want to check out the Hands on Banking program provided free of charge by Wells Fargo. It includes all of these things – and more!

Topics for every age group
The Hands on Banking program offers all the basic money tools, skills, and information you need to provide your students with valuable financial education lessons. Plus, different lessons are available for kids and teens. Just pick your target age group and get started!

Helpful instructor guides
The program also includes free, downloadable Instructor Guides that provide everything you’ll need to guide your students through real-life scenarios, group discussions, and valuable activities.

Alignment to educational standards
The lessons for school-aged children are aligned with national and state educational standards for economics, financial literacy, mathematics, and English language arts, making it easy to integrate the Hands on Banking program into the classroom.

Click here to learn more, and click here to contact Wells Fargo’s Eric Idehen to participate in the program.

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