Here you will find helpful hints and fun teaching tools to engage kids in important money conversations. Have fun while playing games, doing activities, and learning what you can do to teach kids about basic financial concepts.
The Star Banks Adventure® Game
The Star Banks Adventure® game provides a space adventure that teaches kids about financial concepts in an engaging and fun way!
Money Confident Kids® High School Magazine
With tons of spending opportunities, do you feel equipped to make smart money choices? Join us to learn how to set financial goals and achieve them.
Basic Concepts Children Should Know
What financial concepts do you think children need to understand? Parents can begin teaching their children basic financial concepts as soon as children begin to recognize that money is how parents obtain the things they want or need. As children grow, so should the financial lessons that parents teach them.
Star Banks Adventure® Game Trailer
The Star Banks Adventure® game is a great way to have fun while learning financial concepts that can help you and your kids manage money for the future.
Money Confident Kids® Middle School Teaching Guide
Money Confident Kids® High School Teaching Guide
In this special Money Confident Kids® High School Magazine supplement, we provide lesson plans to support teachers and volunteers interested in teaching students important financial concepts. If you’re interested in what you’re talking about, students will be too.
Financial Terms to Teach Your Kids at 5, 10, 15
Use this as a quick guide to age appropriate financial terms that you can introduce to and discuss with your child at key milestones. This is a list of financial vocabulary terms children should learn by the ages of 5, 10 and 15.
Family Money Moments
Each month it seems as though there are so many pressing needs that vie for our limited dollars: groceries, soccer lessons, medical bills, gas, phone bill, and the next birthday party. While much of our energy may go towards spending, we can empower our kids to gain confidence with money management when they see us prioritize saving money.