Search Results: Adults
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Mind Your Finances Workbook: SavingSubject: SavingAudiences: AdultsSource: InCharge FoundationHelps you see the value in saving, where you should put your money and how you can save more Publication (Workbook)
Money as You GrowSubject: Teaching Kids about MoneyAudiences: Adults (Parents), Educators (Teachers), Students (College, Elementary, High School, Middle School)Source: The President´s Advisory Council on Financial CapabilityThis site was developed by the Presidents Advisory Council on Financial Capability. It provides 20 essential age-appropriate financial lessons, with corresponding activities, that kids need to know as they grow. Website
Money InstructorSubject: Banking, Budgeting, Investing, Saving, Teaching Kids about MoneyAudiences: Adults (Parents), Educators (Teachers)Source: Money InstructorA website designed to help you teach and learn money skills, money management, business education, and career and skills. Website
Money MammalsSubject: Budgeting, Saving, Teaching Kids about MoneyAudiences: Adults (Parents), Educators (Teachers), Students (Elementary)Source: Snigglezoo EntertainmentThe Money Mammals help teach kids 2-6 about the value of money. They learn that sharing, saving and spending smart can actually be fun. Activity, Multimedia (Video), Website
Money MetropolisSubject: Saving (Setting Goals)Audiences: Adults (Parents), Educators (Teachers), Students (Elementary, Middle School)Source: Practical Money Skills for LifeAllows kids, ages 7-12, to navigate a multidimensional world, making life decisions that will affect whether their virtual bank account shrinks or grows. Game
Money Saving MomSubject: Budgeting, Consumer Issues, Saving, Teaching Kids about MoneyAudiences: AdultsSource: MoneySavingMom.comWritten by Crystal Paine, a financially savvy mom and wife, this personal blog follows her penny-pinching daily experiences. Its dedicated to helping readers find great deals, stretch hard earned dollars, and live on less than they make so they can save more and give more. With posts like 31 Days to a Better Grocery Budget and We Paid Cash, this is an upbeat and encouraging blog
for families. Website (Blog)
Money Smart: Computer-Based ProgramSubject: Saving (Setting Goals), Consumer Issues (Mortgage, Auto Loans), Credit (Credit Cards, Credit Reporting), Banking, BudgetingAudiences: Adults (Employees, Adult Learners)Source: Federal Deposit Insuance CorportationMoney Smart is a training program consisting of 10 modules to help adults outside the financial mainstream enhance their money skills and create positive banking relationships. Both computer-based programs and instructor-led programs are available Multimedia
Oklahoma Money Matters established this clearinghouse of financial literacy resources as a tool to help teachers, professors, educational administrators, practitioners and communities access information and instructional materials to support personal finance education for all ages. The clearinghouse contains publications, curricula and multimedia that address important money management topics such as saving for retirement, building a budget, balancing your checkbook and managing credit. We hope these resources help you make smart financial decisions and/or help you teach someone else how to manage their money successfully.