Posts Tagged ‘Personal Financial Literacy’

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.

April is Financial Literacy Month – Use these calendars to talk about money values in your family!

Click on the calendars for a printable version

 

Use Children’s Books to Discuss Money & Finances (Ages 3-10)

 

Use these prompts to talk about money values in your family – Ages 10 and Up

Using Better Money Habits Videos to Teach Personal Finance

USE A SERIES OF POWERFUL VIDEOS TO ENGAGE STUDENTS IN PERSONAL FINANCE

Tuesday, December 5th, 2017
9 AM to 3 PM

Learn how to use a library of highly engaging videos produced by Khan Academy to teach middle and high school students about personal finance. These practical, standards-aligned personal finance lessons connect videos from Bank of America’s Better Money Habits to activities from CEE’s award-winning Financial Fitness for Life curriculum. Topics cover budgeting, saving, credit, debt and meeting financial goals.

  • Lesson Demonstrations
  • Sub Reimbursements Provided
  • FREE with Lunch Provided

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO REGISTER

Back to School with Financial Literacy Lunch

Join us on August 30 to support OCEE’s training and programs to strengthen personal finance and economic education in our state!

Our keynote speaker will be Oklahoma State Treasurer Ken Miller, a strong advocate for the OCEE mission who believes that students should be empowered by money, not overwhelmed by it.

When young people have the knowledge to achieve their dreams, it helps grow our economy and that is good for all of us.

Please RSVP to your table host or at econed@uco.edu

We look forward to seeing you there!

 

 

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