Financial literacy resources for the classroom

May 10, 2017 at 10:10 am

Are you looking for educational materials to wrap up the school year with? If so, the Iowa Financial Literacy Network has compiled a list of financial literacy resources that may help – see the list below!

Personal Finance 101 Short videos on many key financial concepts

High School Financial Planning ProgramFocuses on basic personal finance skills that are relevant to high school teens

My Classroom Economy- Helps stimulate a real economy in the confines of a classroom

Chair the Fed- Policy game by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco that helps students understand the role of monetary policy in the economy

We the Economy- A collection of short films that explain economic concepts

How the Market Works- Simulation that allows students to practice playing the marketing in real time

Major Financial Decisions- Tools and resources that can help with life’s major financial decisions

Fish Economics- Free economics lesson plans, lectures and a 10-part series on building an economy

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