Our goal is to help make economics and personal finance concepts easy to understand and implement in the classroom for K-12 educators. Use these short articles for tips to make integrating these concepts simple and straightforward.

Back to School

  • Check out some free, easy to implement resources to help with the transition from summer to the classroom.

Personal Finance Infographics

  • Want to reinforce personal finance topics with your students? Use these infographics to help make the concepts easy to explain.
  • Infographic: Understanding Your Paycheck (PDF, PNG)
  • Infographic: 10 Tips to Get More from your Paycheck (PDF, PNG)
  • Infographic: Perusing Prepaid Cards (PDFPNG)
  • Infographic: Money Mindsets (PDF, PNG)
  • Infographic: Becoming a Conscious Consumer (PDF, PNG)
  • Infographic: Laying the Foundation for Responsible Credit Use (http:PDF, PNG)

The Economics of Sports

  • Use major sporting events like the Olympics or a local sports franchise as a springboard to help students better understand economic and financial concepts. We provide some easy-to-use resources for the classroom. 

Quick Hits: Easy Ideas for the Classroom

  • An upcoming break have your students distracted? Need an easy activity to fill time in the classroom that still has substance? Get a quick run-down of simple, quality activities here to make your life easier as an educator.

Investing in You: Human Capital in the Classroom

Credit Clues in the Classroom

Are You - and Your Students - Ready to Take the Risk?

Laying the Foundation: Using Economic Vocabulary in the Classroom

  • Basic personal finance and economics knowledge can set the foundation for students' further understanding of these topics. Incorporating vocabulary and project-based learning activities into curriculum for students of all ages can assist. 

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