When children are ages 6 to 12, help them with rules of thumb and day-to-day habits that shape how they earn, save, and shop.
This page provides information and resources to help parents and caregivers teach young children the basic skills needed for a bright financial future.
When children are ages 3 to 5, help them learn to stay focused, make plans, follow directions, complete tasks, and solve problems.
This resource includes information for parents and caregivers on how children develop, financially.
Our Curriculum Review Tool helps you review and compare financial education curricula across four key dimensions, so you can select the most promising ones for your classroom.
Identify teaching techniques and learning strategies to address the three building blocks that influence the development of lifelong personal finance decision-making skills.
This Resource Guide connects you to information, insights, and best practices about what works in advancing K-12 financial education.
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