For Educators

The Kansas City Fed works with educators to promote economic and financial literacy in the classroom. We offer free resources, workshops and presentations.

What we offer

  • K-12 Classroom Resources K-12 Classroom Resources

    Grade-specific activities, lesson plans and more are available on a variety of economic and personal finance topics.  Select a category to explore free, age-specific tools.

  • Workshops and Presentations Workshops and Presentations

    Kansas City Fed staff offer workshops and presentations on economics and personal finance for educators and students at schools, districts or nonprofits. Contact us for more information.

  • Back to school with the Kansas City Fed
    Refresh your knowledge of economics and personal finance with our quick tips.
  • Financial Fables

    Read our entertaining stories that combine economics and personal finance into life lessons that feature "money morals."

  • Traveling Trunk Traveling Trunk

    Check out our free traveling trunks designed for elementary, middle and high school students. Trunks include hands-on activities and economic, banking and personal finance lesson plans.

  • Class Visits and Tours Class Visits and Tours

    Schedule a visit for your students at our office in Kansas City. Lesson plans to accompany a visit to the Kansas City Money Museum also are available.

  • Additional Resources Additional Resources

    Find publications, videos, games and lesson plans about the Federal Reserve, economics and financial literacy at federalreserveeducation.org.

  • Council Meeting Economic Education Advisory Councils (EEAC)

    Educators provide the Federal Reserve with feedback about educational programs and curricula. Learn more about the councils and who serves.