Resources and activities for all ages
Financial Literacy Resources & ActivitiesExpedition CU has gathered a list of websites that offer financial literacy resources for parents, teachers, and individuals looking for more knowledge in the financial spectrum.
It's a Money Thing Videos Kids coloring pages
We'd like to start this page with a video from our friend Nancy Carlson. Over the years, Nancy & Expedition CU have partnered on many readings in schools around the Twin-Cities. The readings have always contained an element of Financial Literacy with a reading of “Start Saving Henry” and a discussion of saving. Nancy agreed to do a virtual reading and art lesson for Expedition CU to share.
Nancy Carlson is a Minnesota local Author &
Illustrator of more than 60 published children’s books. Her books all
contain positive messages that gently remind children what is right and how to be kind.
Thank you, Nancy, for your continued support.
- It's a Money Thing: Videos and
print materials for a wide variety of financial topics. Suitable for all ages, everyone can
enjoy and learn!
- Biz Kids: Financial literacy and work readiness for children ages 6 to 12.
- MyMoney.Gov: the Department of the Treasury
prepared report highlighting the importance of financial literacy and education for all
Americans and identifies ways to improve the delivery of financial education.
- Resources for Teachers
- Resources for Youth
- Practical Money Skills: Wide variety
of resources for all grade levels K – 12, including special needs.
- Lesson Plans for Teachers
- BestPrep: Play "The Stock
Market Game" with kids while they’re at home and want to learn to invest.
- Jump$tart: Allows you to search based on subject/topic and age. PDF of resources created by Jump$tart.
- Education.com: An Educational platform for parents and teachers of pre-k through 5th grade kids. Support your kids learning journey with games, worksheets and more that help children practice key skills.
- Scholastic: This virtual learning hub is meant to support your child's virtual lesson plans.
- University of Minnesota Extension: Creates and supports positive non-formal learning opportunities for youth. Fosters resilient, healthy and secure futures for families and seniors.
- St. Paul Library: Resources for Online learning, Virtual learning, E-books, magazines, music, and research.
- Hennepin County Library: Learning resources.
- Science Museum of Minnesota: Fun and simple science experiments for all ages.
- National Public Radio (NPR): A list of services that are being offered for free while everyone is practicing social distancing. This list includes free workout video classes to online educational classes for adults!
- Shake Up Learning: 70 apps that integrate with Google Classroom.