Middle School Resources

Help set middle school students on the path to understand an economic way of thinking and personal finance concepts with these lessons and resources.

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This lesson based on the book Crenshaw discusses the challenges faced by those living in poverty.

A Loan at Last

This role play activity introduces students to the loan process involved in buying a car and creditworthiness.

Behave Yourself: Behavioral Economics for Kids

Learn about behavioral economic concepts and participate in activities to better understand the effects on students' lives.


Darnell Rock Reporting

See how this middle-schooler learns about career development while addressing homelessness.

Core Concept Cards

Use these vocabulary cards to help students develop a framework for an economic way of thinking.

Entrepreneurship in the Classroom

Explore entrepreneurship with students as an opportunity for a future career path.