One of the questions we frequently get from teachers new to financial literacy is where do I find curriculum and resources?
There are a number of websites and organizations out there that can help you find curriculum and resources for your classroom, below are a few of our favorites.
Financial Education Public Private Partnership (FEPPP)
The Washington Financial Education Public Private Partnership reviews and assess different curriculum. On their website you can find a listing of curriculum that has been reviewed and assessed as effective for Washington classrooms.
EconEdLink from the Council for Economic Education is a great resource personal finance curriculum and resources. Through their website you can search for curriculum and activities by grade level and topic.
The Jump$tart Clearinghouse is an online library for financial education resources. Search the clearinghouse to find materials and lessons for your classroom.
DFI’s Financial Education Clearinghouse
On DFI’s financial education clearinghouse, you can also find links to more curriculum broken down by grade level.
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