This fall, wherever you are and however you teach, these activities and tools can help build financial skills in children and young adults.
Money games and activities for children while they’re home from school because of Covid-19 (coronavirus).
Si sus niños están en casa las actividades educacionales gratuitas del CFPB le ayudan a entretenerlos mientras desarrollan sus habilidades, hábitos y actitudes hacia el dinero.
According to the latest data from the Program for International Student Assessment (PISA), a gap in financial literacy among groups of students appears as early as age 15.
Check out our new classroom activities for middle school educators to use in helping their students develop the building blocks of youth financial capability.
Saving for college is a long-term financial commitment, by consistently putting money away, you’ll feel the reward as you see it grow over time. Here are a few tips to stay motivated.
Read "But I’ve Used All of My Pocket Change" with your child and use our Parent Guide to talk about spending and self-control.
Read "How Much Is That Doggie in the Window?" with your child and use our Parent Guide to talk about spending and setting priorities.
Read "Sally Jean, the
Bicycle Queen" with your child and use our Parent Guide to talk about how
skills, patience, and creativity can help you get what you really want.
Read "Sam and the Lucky Money" with your child and use our Parent Guide to talk about how small amounts of money can make a big difference.