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Econ Activities to do at Home with Your Kids

Looking for activities to do at home with your kids to teach economics, personal finance and entrepreneurship?

The resources below are available for free use. 

  • Through quick, interactive tales, students can learn useful financial management skills, such as savings, money management and goal setting. Recommended for students age PreK-5th grade.

  • Sammy introduces young learners to financial basics. Sing fun personal finance songs that you might keep singing all day long. Click here for an author reading of "Sammy's Big Dream."

  • How do you study economics? One "bite" at a time. Plenty of lesson plans that can be easily adapted for various, non-traditional classroom use.

  • Extensive resources for teachers. Parents will find the consumer site helpful.

  • Free lesson plans, games, simulations and more for your personal finance class, many can easily be adopted for homeschooling or remote schooling.

  • In partnership with Khan Academy, Bank of America offers online "building blocks" toward personal finance literacy.

  • Comprehensive resources and tools for educators, also valuable teaching resources for parents.

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