Use these resources to help young people gain the financial literacy skills they’ll need in the future.
Activities & Apps
Financial Education Activity Calendar
Are you looking for new and fun ways to talk to your children about money and personal finance this school year? Check out this calendar to find monthly activities you can do as a family to help your kids build their financial knowledge.
World of Cents
Available in web-based or app versions. Match coins to earn money, then decide how to spend it building a magical world!
World of Cents is a fun and engaging, kid-friendly game for ages 5 and up. Choose a character to participate in a vibrant world full of whimsical playhouses. Then, select one of three levels to challenge your math and matching skills. Switch between your playhouses and coin matching game to earn money, then decide how to spend it building your own magical world. See how much money is earned and how much is being spent by watching your bank account go up and down as you make decisions to buy, sell, or upgrade your playhouses.
(App Version) Augmented Reality - Using the camera on your mobile device and a downloadable image, bring your world to life with the option to view your world in 4D!
Hit the Road: A Financial Adventure Game
A throwback to The Oregon Trail® type game play, “Hit the Road” takes you on a virtual road trip across the country, but the journey is not an easy one. You must save and spend your money wisely to complete challenges along the way.
Test Your Money Memory
How well do you know the faces on dollars and coins?
Resources for Educators
National Standards in K-12 Personal Finance Education (opens new window)
Created and maintained by the Jump$tart Coalition® for Personal Financial Literacy, this document delineates the personal finance knowledge and skills that K-12 students should possess.
Jump$tart Coalition Clearinghouse (opens new window)
An online library of financial education resources, for teachers, students and parents.