Search Results: Students

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  • 31.
    Building Wealth: A Beginner´s Guide to Securing Your Financial Future
    Subject: Saving (Setting Goals), Credit (Credit Reporting, Credit Scoring), Investing, Budgeting
    Audiences: Students (High School, College), Adults, Educators (Teachers)
    Source: Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
    Building Wealth is a personal finance education resource that presents an overview of personal wealth-building strategies for consumers, community leaders, teachers and students.
    Free Resource
    Publication (Workbook), Lesson Plan/Curricula, Multimedia (App, Download, Whiteboard)
    English, Spanish

  • 32.
    Building Your Future Financial Literacy Curriculum
    Subject: Banking, Credit, Investing, Paying for College, Retirement Planning
    Audiences: Students (High School)
    Source: Actuarial Foundation
    Help students prepare for life on their own! This award-winning series helps students easily grasp the essentials of personal finance, gives them multiple opportunities to practice core skills and showcases the real-world impact of the financial decisions they make.
    Free Resource
    Lesson Plan/Curricula

  • 33.
    Subject: Paying for College
    Audiences: Students (College)
    A website where students can buy, rent or sell textbooks.
    Free Resource

  • 34.
    Subject: Paying for College (College Planning, College Savings, FAFSA, Financial Aid)
    Audiences: Students (College, High School), Adults (Parents)
    Provides families and students with financial tools, resources and knowledge that will assist in their pursuit of a college education.
    Free Resource

  • 35.
    Subject: The Student Hub
    Audiences: Students
    Source: Chegg
    It is a student´s hub to sell your books for cash, save up to 90% on books. Get homework help and improve your grades. Also, find internship and jobs, explore careers and apply to over 100,000 opportunities.
    Resource has Fee or Free

  • 36.
    Subject: Budgeting, Financial Planning
    Audiences: Adults, Students
    Source: CISI
    The CISI offers a wealth of material, qualifications and support to help you get into finance.
    Resource has Fee or Free
    Game, Website, Mobile Applications

  • 37.
    Claim Your Future
    Subject: Budgeting
    Audiences: Students (High School), Educators (Teachers)
    Source: Finance Authority of Maine
    Claim Your Future [formerly known as Get a Life] is a classroom and web-based resource that was created for middle school students, to encourage them to explore education after high school, future careers, and money management.
    Free Resource
    Game, Lesson Plan/Curricula, Website

  • 38.
    Coin Box
    Subject: Teaching Kids about Money (counting coins, identifying money)
    Audiences: Students (Elementary)
    Source: The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
    Learn to count, collect, exchange and make change for coins while playing this interactive game.
    Free Resource
    Game, Website

  • 39.
    Coins and Currency (PDF)
    Subject: Banking
    Audiences: Adults, Students (College, High School)
    Source: Federal Reserve Bank
    The history of American currency, from Columbus to the Information Age.
    Free Resource

  • 40.
    College CFO: Student Driven Financial eMPowerment
    Subject: Budgeting, Paying for College (College Planning, College Savings, Financial Aid), Saving, Student Loan Management
    Audiences: Students (College)
    Source: iGrad
    A student-driven peer-to-peer platform that makes financial education fun, tech-based and interactive.
    Free Resource
    Multimedia (Video), Website


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.