Search Results: Students

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  • 61.
    Finance 4 Kidz
    Subject: Teaching Kids about Money
    Audiences: Students (Elementary)
    Source: Fintelligence Publishing
    A series of books over different personal finance topics for kids.
    Resource has a Fee
    Publication (Book)

  • 62.
    Financial Aid
    Subject: Paying for College (Financial Aid, College Planning, FAFSA)
    Audiences: Students, Online Students
    Source: Financial Aid
    This site only lists accredited schools on this website. If you qualify for financial aid, you should be able to receive those benefits at any school shown here. Use the Program Search Tool to find accredited schools where you can use your financial aid.
    Free Resource

  • 63.
    A Financial Literacy Handbook for All Life Stages
    Subject: Budgeting, Consumer Issues, Financial Planning, Credit, Saving
    Audiences: Students, Adults
    Source: MoneyGeek
    This guide will: Show what you can expect to spend money on based on your age Provide you with strategies for managing your money Teach you the basics of navigating lifeĀ“s major expenses
    Free Resource

  • 64.
    Financial Aid TV
    Subject: Paying for College, Budgeting, Student Loans
    Audiences: Students, Adults, Educators, Service Providers, Online Students, Parents, Consumers
    Source: College Financial Aid
    Financial Aid TV [FATV] provides current and prospective students and families with instant 24/7 access to short videos that discuss important financial aid topics such as: Applying for financial aid Financial aid eligibility Types of financial aid [e.g. grants and loans] Financial literacy Florida Bright Futures Education Tax Benefits and Credits
    Free Resource
    English, Spanish, Creole, Chinese

  • 65.
    Financial Educators Council
    Subject: Pathway to Financial Success, Paying for College, Financial Planning
    Audiences: Students
    Source: Financial Educators Council
    The NFEC financial literacy curriculum & presentations are engaging and fun, yet also meets core educational standards. The programming has been widely recognized for its ability to connect with students and inspire participants of all ages and socioeconomic backgrounds to take positive financial action.
    Free Resource

  • 66.
    Financial Fables
    Subject: Saving (Setting Goals), Consumer Issues, Teaching Kids about Money
    Audiences: Adults (Parents), Educators (Teachers), Students (Elementary)
    Source: Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
    Financial Fables are entertaining stories that combine reading, economics and personal finance into life lessons that feature "money morals."
    Free Resource
    Activity, Lesson Plan/Curricula, Multimedia

  • 67.
    Financial Football
    Subject: Financial Planning
    Audiences: Students, Adults (Adult Learners, Employees)
    Source: Financial Football
    Give your financial knowledge a workout with the the latest version of Financial Football, a fast-paced, NFL-themed video game developed by Visa. Test your money management skills by answering financial questions that allow you to move down the field and score touchdowns. Are you warmed up and ready to compete?
    Free Resource
    Multimedia, Website
    English, Spanish

  • 68.
    Financial Fundamentals
    Subject: Banking, Credit, Investing, Saving
    Audiences: Students (College, Elementary, High School, Middle School), Adults (Adult Learners)
    Source: Federal Reserve Bank
    Free, classroom-ready lesson plans that take the mystery out of money smarts. These lesson plans help you cover the basics of personal finance with videos, group activities, and more.
    Free Resource
    Lesson Plan/Curricula
    English, Spanish

  • 69.
    Financial Literacy Quiz
    Subject: Banking, Economics, Investing, Saving
    Audiences: Adults, Students (College, High School)
    Source: FINRA Investor Education Foundation
    A five question financial literacy quiz.
    Free Resource
    Activity (Quiz)

  • 70.
    Financial Literacy Test & Survey Center
    Subject: Consumer Issues, Student Loan Management
    Audiences: Adults, Educators (Teachers, Professors), Students (College, High School)
    Source: National Financial Educators Councils
    The NFECs Financial Literacy Test and Survey Center provides complimentary tests and survey tools. Organizations and individuals are welcome to use this online evaluation material for pre-and post-testing, self-assessment, and/or to gain a better understanding about various financial literacy topics.
    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.