Learning from home? Financial Education Sites for Kids

Father and Daughter learn at computer

At Allegacy, we are committed to doing the right thing for your wellbeing. With children out of school for the next few weeks, you may be struggling to provide structure to each day and supplement their virtual learning. We have put together the following educational resources to help the whole family improve their financial wellbeing during this uncertain time:

  • The Council for Economic Education’s EconEdLink offers economic and personal finance resources for grade K-12
  • PBS Learning Media provides a full collection of videos, interactive guides, and documents on a range of personal finance topics for middle and high school students
  • The Mint features interactive tools and resources to help children of all ages develop good financial habits
  • Practical Money Skills offers lesson plans that promote good money management for students from pre-school through college; check out the interactive money games as well
  • MoneyInstructor.com provides several lesson plans and resources on a range of personal finance topics
  • Take Charge America boasts a collection of comprehensive lesson plans for grades 1-5
  • CFPB Money as You Grow provides age-appropriate financial literacy resources, including a series of reading guides for parents

Be sure to check out Allegacy’s website to access financial Tools + Tips, our Advice Tool, and Your Financial Best, our online financial education tool featuring short interactive modules.