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Family-At-Home Financial Fun Pack

 

Are you looking for fun ways to teach your children about personal finance? Looking for some activities your children can do on their own and others you can do as a family?

This Family-At-Home Financial Fun Pack is a curated set of materials from the Council for Economic Education (CEE) and a few of its friends that we think are well suited for families to enjoy on their own. You will find family activities, games, worksheets, and suggested books for your child or anyone sheltering together to enjoy and learn from. You can easily select activities to help your children acquire the tools to live a life of opportunity – and have some fun along the way.

Click here to download your free copies today.

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What your dollars can do…

$30 Sponsors one student team to participate in the Stock Market Game.
$75 Supports one teacher to receive OCEE curriculum and resources.
$150 Sponsors one teacher to receive professional development in personal finance or economics.
$250 Enables 1 student team to attend an OCEE Competition such as the Personal Finance Challenge.
$1,250 Send a teacher to CEE’s Annual Conference & Professional Development

Why?

More than half of millennials (about 54 percent) say debt is their “biggest financial concern.”

Only fifty-nine percent of the young adults in Generation Y (ages eighteen to twenty-one) pay their bills on time every month.

Roughly half of Oklahoma 18 year-olds who have a credit account are 90 or more days behind on a payment.