Search Results: Students

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  • 171.
    The Economic & Financial Impact of the Oklahoma City Bombing
    Subject: Consumer Issues, Teaching Kids about Money
    Audiences: Educators (Teachers), Students (High School)
    Source: Oklahoma Council on Economic Education, Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum
    Information about the April 19, 1995, bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Building and the economic role it plays in the history of Oklahoma and our nation.
    Free Resource
    Lesson Plan/Curricula

  • 172.
    The Financial Fairy Tales
    Subject: Teaching Kids about Money
    Audiences: Students (Elementary, Middle School)
    Source: Daniel Britton,
    A series of children´s books that make learning about money fun, while sharing the values, habits, tools and skills for financial success.
    Resource has a Fee
    Publication (Book)

  • 173.
    The Great Piggy Bank Adventure
    Subject: Investing, Saving
    Audiences: Students (Elementary, Middle School)
    Source: Disney
    Play The Great Piggy Bank Adventure online and learn the importance of wise financial planningwhile having fun! Designed for kids, this board game is also a good way to get the whole family together for some playful lessons in financial management.
    Free Resource

  • 174.
    The Hamilton Project
    Subject: Student Loan Management (Calculator)
    Audiences: Students (College)
    Source: The Hamilton Project
    Undergraduate Student Loan Calculator
    Free Resource

  • 175.
    The Real Money Experience Financial Literacy Game
    Subject: Banking, Credit, Investing, Retirement Planning, Saving
    Audiences: Educators (Teachers), Students (College, High School)
    Source: National Financial Educators Councils
    A hands-on classroom activity where students choose careers, make educational choices and budget for clothing, housing, and transportation. They´ll learn about the ongoing expenses associated with each decision as they learn about bills, budgeting, and lifestyle choices.
    Resource has a Fee
    Activity, Lesson Plan/Curricula, Game

  • 176.
    The Ultimate Guide to Budgeting
    Subject: Budgeting
    Audiences: Students, Adults, Educators, Service Providers, Specialty Groups, Online Students, College Graduates, Parents, Consumers
    Source: MoneyGeek
    What Is Budgeting? 5 Good Reasons to Implement a Budget Now Practical Steps to Creating and Using a Budget How to Create a Budget With a Spreadsheet Budgeting Examples for Personal Finances Effective Budgeting Strategies and Methods
    Free Resource

  • 177.
    Subject: Pay Off Debt
    Audiences: Adults, Students
    Source: TheDebtMyth
    Its easy to believe the myth that youll always have debt. But you know what? Debt is not forever, and its not hopeless. You can break free of debt.
    Resource has a Fee
    Mobile Applications, Website

  • 178.
    Time Is On Your Side (PDF)
    Subject: Saving
    Audiences: Adults (Employees), Students (College, High School)
    Source: U.S. Department of Labor
    Provides savings tips for new entrants to the workforce.
    Free Resource

  • 179.
    Tuition Tracker
    Subject: Tuition Tracker
    Audiences: Students
    Source: Tuition Tracker
    This tool shows what students really pay for college, based on their family income. People can search from more than 3,700 colleges and universities in the United States.
    Free Resource

  • 180.
    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


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.