Search Results: Students

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  • 151.
    Save a Million
    Subject: Investing, Saving
    Audiences: Students (High School, College), Adults
    Source: Practical Money Skills for Life
    This calculator helps you plan your savings goals so you can reach one million
    Free Resource
    Tool (Calculator)

  • 152.
    Savings Calculator
    Subject: Saving
    Audiences: Adults, Educators, Students
    Source: Mapping Your Future
    Use this calculator to see how valuable saving can be
    Free Resource
    Tool (Calculator)

  • 153.
    Savings Spree
    Subject: Budgeting, Saving, Teaching Kids about Money
    Audiences: Adults (Parents), Students (Elementary, Middle School)
    Source: Money Savvy Generation
    For ages 7 and up. The game is presented in game show format, taking players through six rounds that test their financial knowledge and help them build money saving skills. Works with iPad 2, iPad, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 3G, the original iPhone, and iPod touch.
    Resource has a Fee
    Game, Multimedia (App)

  • 154.
    Secret Millionaires Club
    Subject: Investing
    Audiences: Students (Elementary), Adults (Parents)
    Source: AOL
    Part of AOL Kids, SMC teaches children the basics of investing.
    Free Resource
    Game, Multimedia (Video), Website

  • 155.
    Sense and Dollars
    Subject: Budgeting, Credit
    Audiences: Students (High School)
    Source: Maryland Public Television
    This website targeted to teens is all about earning and spending money, sensibly. Interactive games teach budgeting, credit and much more.
    Free Resource
    Game, Website

  • 156.
    Show Me the Future
    Subject: Paying for College (College Planning), Budgeting, Consumer Issues, Financial Planning
    Audiences: Students (Middle School, High School)
    Source: Mapping Your Future
    A financial literacy and life skills game to help students prepare for their futures
    Free Resource

  • 157.
    Subject: Paying for College
    Audiences: Adults (Parents), Students (College)
    Source: SimpleTuition, Inc.
    SimpleTuition offers tips, advice, interactive tools, and deals to ensure students plan better for the cost of college, pay less for college-related expenses, and are smarter about how they manage and pay back their student loans.
    Free Resource

  • 158.
    Subject: Saving, Budgeting
    Audiences: Adults, Students (College)
    Source: National Endowment for Financial Education [NEFE]
    A fun, interactive website that serves as a safe place to clear the air about what´s cluttering your life and draining your wallet, while learning to overcome your "spendster" tendencies.
    Free Resource
    Multimedia (Video), Website (Blog)

  • 159.
    Better Make Room
    Subject: Paying for College (College Planning, College Savings, FAFSA, Financial Aid)
    Audiences: Adults (Parents), Students (College, High School)
    Source: U.S. Department of Education, Civic Nation
    Tools developed by the U.S. Department of Education to help students and their families choose a college thats the best fit for them. Tools include Napkin Finance, Financial Aid Shopping Sheet, Net Price Calculator Center and more.
    Free Resource

  • 160.
    Starting Your Financial Plan: A Beginner´s Road Map (PDF)
    Subject: Investing, Retirement Planning, Saving (Setting Goals), Consumer Issues (Insurance)
    Audiences: Adults, Service Providers, Students (College)
    Source: Financial Planning Association
    A tool to help you develop a plan for your future based on your financial goals.
    Free Resource


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.