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  • 11.
    Subject: Retirement Planning, Saving
    Audiences: Adults
    Source: U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
    Tools and resources to help you evaluate your current financial situation and get you where you want to be in the future.
    Free Resource
    Tool (Calculator), Activity (Quiz), Multimedia (Video), Website

  • 12.
    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

  • 13.
    Next Gen Personal Finance
    Subject: Banking, Budgeting, Consumer Issues (Insurance), Credit (Credit Cards, Credit Reporting, Credit Scoring), Taxes, Investing, Paying for College (FAFSA, Financial Aid)
    Audiences: Educators (Teachers), Students (College, High School)
    Source: Next Gen Personal Finance
    Supporting educators, empowering students. Next Gen Personal Finance offers a free online curriculum of 65+ complete lessons and 100+ standalone activities you can access from anywhere.
    Free Resource
    Activity, Lesson Plan/Curricula

  • 14.
    Rick Kid Smart Kid
    Subject: Investing
    Audiences: Adults (Parents), Students (Elementary, Middle School), Educators (Teachers)
    Source: The Rich Dad Company
    A website that utilizes games to teach challenging subjects like finance, business and investing.
    Free Resource
    Activity, Lesson Plan/Curricula, Website

  • 15.
    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

  • 16.
    Vault Understanding Money Platform for Elementary Schools
    Subject: Budgeting, Credit, Saving
    Audiences: Students (Elementary, Middle School)
    Source: EverFi
    This financial literacy platform is geared toward students in 4th through 6th grade and strives to empower children to start cultivating good financial habits early.
    Free Resource
    Activity, Game, Multimedia

  • 17.
    Your Life, Your Money
    Subject: Credit (Credit Cards), Investing, Retirement Planning, Saving, Consumer Issues (Insurance), Banking, Budgeting
    Audiences: Students (High School, College)
    Source: PBS
    Follows the real-life financial struggles of young adults in America
    Resource has Fee or Free
    Multimedia (Video), Lesson Plan/Curricula, Activity

  • 18.
    Budget Challenge Personal Finance Simulation
    Subject: Budgeting, Consumer Issues (Insurance), Economics, Investing, Retirement Planning, Saving (Emergency Fund), Taxes
    Audiences: Adults (Parents), Educators (Teachers)
    Source: ProperLiving, LLC
    A personal finance simulation that rewards good behavior and teaches modern skills through modern technology and a learn by doing approach.
    Resource has a Fee
    Activity, Game, 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.