The Federal Reserve is the Central Bank of the United States. Did you know they have a huge library of learning resources? From their website, you can search by grade level, topic, standards, and more to find meticulously detailed lesson plans, videos, activities, and more! It’s not all Financial Literacy either, they also have resources for History, Government, Economics, and Career Exploration.
Tag: Financial Literacy
The FDIC has some great Financial Literacy resources for teachers and students. They have a catalog of K-12 resources called Money Smart that includes educator guides, lesson plans, student handouts, and more!
You can also explore their Money Smart Games at playmoneysmart.fdic.gov/games
The Next Gen Personal Finance curriculum covers 12 units, including Investing, Taxes, Saving, Behavioral Economics, and Paying for College. It includes 9 week, semester, and full year courses for both high school and middle school students. NGPF resources use hands-on, real-world applications that build student financial capability. Each fully detailed lesson is housed in a Google Doc and is accompanied by a pre-made interactive Nearpod lesson