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Teacher resources

Find support for building a strong financial education curriculum.

Teacher Resource Survey

If you teach in public, private, or charter K – 12 schools, we want to hear what financial education topics you plan to cover with your students and what would be most beneficial to your teaching. Plus, if you complete the Teacher Resource Survey by September 30th at 5:00 pm PDT, you will be entered into a drawing to win $500 for your classroom. Read the terms and conditions here.

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Supporting your financial education lesson plan.

Find resources structured with the consideration of state standards and required competencies to help you build your lesson plan.

Oregon education standards

Get access to financial education resources designed to fit the State of Oregon high school financial literacy standards.

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Washington education standards

Get financial education resources designed to fit the different K-12 financial literacy competency requirements developed by the State of Washington.

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Get free access to personalized content recommendations, digital courses, videos and more. With Enrich powered by OnPoint, you can help your students reach their financial goals.

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Get started with these webinars and resources.

Curious George Learning Lessons

Curious George Economics

Grades K-5
Use these lesson plans that follow Curious George stories to teach economic concepts about goods and services, natural, capital, and human resources, saving, and more.

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Perfect Pet Decision Making

Grades K-5
Teach students financial decision making with this interactive online lesson on purchasing and caring for a pet.

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Opening a Restaurant

Grades 6-8

Interactive games to teach students how to allocate different resources to open a new restaurant.

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Finance Lessons with Serena Williams

Financial Wisdom from Serena Williams

Grades 6-8
With Enrich, access the Insight Corner to share financial wisdom with your students through short videos.

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Is it worth it? Financial decisions

Is it Worth It? Purchasing Decisions.

Grades 9-12
Share this interactive activity with students to help them understand the process of thinking through their spending. This tool can help them decide if what they are thinking of purchasing will be worth it financially.

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Planning for Future College Costs

Grades 9-12
This Enrich article breaks down the current costs of attending college and what saving for college may look like for students. Share this with students to help them best prepare for being financially ready to go to college.

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We strive to provide valuable resources to help you meet your curriculum goals. We will continue to add more resources covering additional financial literacy state standards and competencies.

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