Search Results: Students

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  • 111.
    Money Mammals
    Subject: Budgeting, Saving, Teaching Kids about Money
    Audiences: Adults (Parents), Educators (Teachers), Students (Elementary)
    Source: Snigglezoo Entertainment
    The Money Mammals help teach kids 2-6 about the value of money. They learn that sharing, saving and spending smart can actually be fun.
    Resource has Fee or Free
    Activity, Multimedia (Video), Website

  • 112.
    Money Savvy
    Subject: Expenses and Reports, Financial Planning
    Audiences: Adults (Adult Learners, Employees, Employers, Parents, Senior Citizens), Educators, Service Providers, Specialty Groups, Students
    Source: Money Savvy
    This is a website that helps kids to get smart about money.
    Resource has Fee or Free

  • 113.
    Money Smarts
    Subject: Financial Planning, Paying for College
    Audiences: Students
    Source: Money Smart
    Indiana University MoneySmarts was established as part of an overall program to assist students to make informed financial management decisions and decrease overall student debt. The goal of the MoneySmarts program is to address the holistic needs of our students and connect financial literacy messaging with learning opportunities that meet your wellness needs in ways that are relevant to you.
    Resource has Fee or Free

  • 114.
    Affordable Colleges Online
    Subject: Paying for College (College Planning, College Savings, Financial Aid)
    Audiences: Students (College, High School)
    Source: AffordableCollegesOnline
    Website designed to education potential students about their options for obtaining and paying for a college degree.
    Free Resource

  • 115.
    Money Under 30
    Subject: Banking, Budgeting, Consumer Issues, Credit, Investing
    Audiences: Adults, Students (College)
    Source: Moneyblogs, LLC
    A blog about beating debt and creating wealth while you´re young.
    Free Resource
    Website (Blog)

  • 116.
    Subject: Banking, Budgeting, Credit, Economics, Financial Planning, Saving, Teaching Kids about Money
    Audiences: Students (College, High School)
    Source: AFSA Education Foundation
    Online reality based personal finance course for young adults. Available for use by teachers, parents, employers, government agencies and non-profit organizations.
    Free Resource
    Lesson Plan/Curricula, Multimedia
    English, Spanish

  • 117.
    Mortgage Calculator
    Subject: Mortgage Calculator
    Audiences: Adults, Students
    Source: Mortgage Calculator
    As students learn about the various investment and income-generating opportunities available for adults, their lessons are embedded in the broader framework of financial literacy and preparedness. When preparing student for financially sound futures, from income generation to investing skills, its important to provide a global perspective on income-related matters.
    Resource has Fee or Free

  • 118.
    Mortgage Calculator
    Subject: Credit, Banking, Mortgage Calculator, Consumer Issues, Budgeting
    Audiences: Students, Adults, Online Students, College Graduates
    Source: MoneyGeek
    Simply estimate your loan payments, taxes & PMI. Determine how much your monthly mortgage payments could be. Compare offers from competing lenders and see how even a small change in your interest rate affects what you pay over the life of your loan.
    Free Resource
    Website, Tool, Calculator

  • 119.
    My College Money Plan
    Subject: Banking, Budgeting, Consumer Issues, Credit (Credit Reporting), Saving, Identity Theft
    Audiences: Students (College)
    Source: Wichita State University
    Helps college students take the first steps toward lifetime financial independence. Contains practical information about financial goals, the importance of a bank account, developing a spending plan, debt, credit reports, school loans, and identity theft.
    Free Resource

  • 120.
    My Job Chart: Where Kids, Work, and Rewards Click
    Subject: Banking, Saving
    Audiences: Students (Elementary, High School, Middle School), Adults (Parents)
    Source: My Job Chart Inc.
    A free, online chore chart and reward system for organizing and motivating your kids to learn how to save, share, and spend.
    Free Resource
    Tool, Multimedia (App)


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.