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Financial Footings - Step 1
Financial Footings - Step 1 - All Documents
Learner Level:
Elementary School
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All Documents
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Financial Footings - Step 1
Presenter's Guide
Learner Level:
Elementary School
Resource type:
Presenter Guides
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian, Volunteer/Presenter
Step 1 Presenter's Guide provides detailed guidance on how to deliver Step 1 lessons and effectively introduce concepts covered in corresponding workbooks.

Use this guide to prepare your money lessons and support your program instruction. Our presenter guides include learning objective overviews, activity breakdowns, and discussion ideas that help you anticipate learner questions. Regardless of your teaching experience or personal finance background, our Presenter's Guide will provide the instructional support you need to effectively educate children on money basics.
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Financial Footings - Step 1
Learner's Workbook
Learner Level:
Elementary School
Resource type:
Workbooks
Role:
Student/Learner
Step 1 Workbook introduces your youngest learners to coins and dollar bills, the connection between working and earning money, discerning needs from wants, and the role of banks and credit unions.

Kindergarten through second grade is a great time to introduce children to the foundational concepts of personal finance. The Footings Step 1 Workbook offers several fun and engaging activities for students to play while learning money basics. These activities are divided into two levels for different representative ages and learning styles. Both classroom and take home activities are included to encourage personal lesson application.
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Financial Footings - Step 1
Online Interactive Activities
Learner Level:
Elementary School
Resource type:
Activities, Supplementals, Videos, Virtual Learning
Role:
Student/Learner
Step 1 Online Interactive Activities offer young learners the opportunity to complete self-guided money lessons that cover coin values, the connection between working and earning money, the differences between needs and wants, and more!

Engage your learners with our animated videos that explain various money and financial concepts paired with our age-appropriate interactive lessons. Fun and engaging activities are divided into two levels and include badges and certificates of completion.
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Financial Footings - Step 1
Supplemental Take Home Activity - Money in Other Countries
Learner Level:
Elementary School
Resource type:
Activities, Supplementals, Worksheets
Role:
Student/Learner
The Money in Other Countries activity helps young learners discover and better understand currency from around the world.

Feed learners' curiosity with our supplemental activities and extend their learning beyond the classroom. Take home activities reinforce lessons covered in a class or group while fostering family discussions about money concepts.
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Financial Footings - Step 1
Learner's Workbook - Spanish
Learner Level:
Elementary School, Spanish Speakers
Resource type:
Spanish, Workbooks
Role:
Student/Learner
Spanish version Step 1 Workbook introduces your youngest Spanish speaking learners to coins and dollar bills, the connection between working and earning money, discerning needs from wants, and the role of banks and credit unions.

Kindergarten through second grade is a great time to introduce children to the foundational concepts of personal finance. The Footings Step 1 Workbook offers several fun and engaging activities for students to play while learning money basics. These activities are divided into two levels for different representative ages and learning styles. Both classroom and take home activities are included to encourage personal lesson application.
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Financial Footings - Step 2
Financial Footings - Step 2 - All Documents
Learner Level:
Elementary School
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All Documents
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Financial Footings - Step 2
Footings Step 2 Module 1 Full-Length Virtual Lesson
Learner Level:
Elementary School, Middle School
Resource type:
Supplementals, Videos
Role:
Parent/Guardian, Student/Learner
This video is one part of a series created for self-guided learning. It covers supply and demand, a history of money, and more.

This video also includes trading and bartering and a look at producers and consumers.
(2019)
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Financial Footings - Step 2
Footings Step 2 Part 1: 20-Minute Virtual Lesson
Learner Level:
Elementary School, Middle School
Resource type:
Supplementals, Videos
Role:
Parent/Guardian, Student/Learner
This video is one part of a series created for self-guided learning. It covers what money is, and how it's used in supply and demand, taxes, budgets, and more.

This video also includes: trading, bartering, consumers, needs vs. wants, and types of income.
(2019)
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Financial Footings - Step 2
Footings Step 2 Part 2 20-Minute Virtual Lesson
Learner Level:
Elementary School, Middle School
Resource type:
Supplementals, Videos
Role:
Parent/Guardian, Student/Learner
This video is one part of a series created for self-guided learning. It covers the different types of bank acounts as well as loans, interests, and credit.

This video also offers a brief history of money, supply and demand, how to utilize banks and credit unions, and how credit, credit scores, and interest work.
(2019)
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Financial Footings - Step 2
Presenter's Guide
Learner Level:
Elementary School
Resource type:
Presenter Guides
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian, Volunteer/Presenter
Step 2 Presenter's Guide provides detailed guidance on how to deliver Step 2 lessons and effectively introduce concepts covered in the corresponding workbook.

Use this guide to prepare your personal finance lessons and support your program instruction. Our presenter guides include learning objective overviews, activity breakdowns, and discussion ideas that help you anticipate learner questions. Regardless of your teaching experience or personal finance background, our Presenter's Guide will provide the instructional support you need to effectively introduce foundational personal finance concepts to 3rd through 6th graders.
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Financial Footings - Step 2
Learner's Workbook
Learner Level:
Elementary School
Resource type:
Workbooks
Role:
Student/Learner
Step 2 Workbook helps 3rd through 6th graders better understand the history of money, supply and demand, how to create a budget, how to utilize banks and credit unions, and how credit and interest works.

Engage your elementary school learners with our activity-based workbook, divided into four modules that conceptually build upon each other for optimal learning. Both classroom and take home activities are included to encourage personal lesson application.
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Financial Footings - Step 2
Remote Learning Presentation - Module 1: Money Matters
Learner Level:
Elementary School
Resource type:
Presentation Decks, Virtual Learning
Role:
Educator/Host, Volunteer/Presenter
Money Matters Remote Learning Presentation answers the question, "What is money and how do we use it?". Topics covered include: History of Money, Producers and Consumers, and Supply and Demand.

Bring to life the personal finance concepts covered in the Footings Step 2 Workbook with our PowerPoint presentation decks created with young learners in mind. Specifically created for distance learning, decks include presenter notes and sample scripts, animations, and activities to keep remote learners engaged.
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Financial Footings - Step 2
Remote Learning Presentation - Module 2: Manage It
Learner Level:
Elementary School
Resource type:
Presentation Decks, Virtual Learning
Role:
Educator/Host, Volunteer/Presenter
Manage It Remote Learning Presentation answers the question, "Do I need that?," and addresses the importance of smart money planning. Topics covered include: Needs Versus Wants, Goal Setting, Income and Expenses, and Budgeting.

Bring to life the personal finance concepts covered in the Footings Step 2 Workbook with our PowerPoint presentation decks created with young learners in mind. Specifically created for distance learning, decks include presenter notes and sample scripts, animations, and activities to keep remote learners engaged.
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Financial Footings - Step 2
Remote Learning Presentation - Module 3: Get Banked
Learner Level:
Elementary School
Resource type:
Presentation Decks, Virtual Learning
Role:
Educator/Host, Volunteer/Presenter
Get Banked Remote Learning Presentation introduces basic financial insitutions and their services. Topics covered include: Banks Versus Credit Unions, Checking and Savings Accounts, and Withdrawing Funds.

Bring to life the personal finance concepts covered in the Footings Step 2 Workbook with our PowerPoint presentation decks created with young learners in mind. Specifically created for distance learning, decks include presenter notes and sample scripts, animations, and activities to keep remote learners engaged.
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Financial Footings - Step 2
Remote Learning Presentation - Module 4: Smart Future
Learner Level:
Elementary School
Resource type:
Presentation Decks, Virtual Learning
Role:
Educator/Host, Volunteer/Presenter
Smart Future Remote Learning Presentation introduces the concepts of lending and investing. Topics covered include: Credit and Borrowing, Paying Interest, Compounding Interest, and The Rule of 72.

Bring to life the personal finance concepts covered in the Footings Step 2 Workbook with our PowerPoint presentation decks created with young learners in mind. Specifically created for distance learning, decks include presenter notes and sample scripts, animations, and activities to keep remote learners engaged.
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Financial Footings - Step 2
Classroom Activity - Module 2: Budget Game Materials
Learner Level:
Elementary School
Resource type:
Activities, Handouts, Supplementals
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian, Volunteer/Presenter
Budget Game Materials accompany the corresponding activity found in the Footings Step 2 Workbook. The game guides learners through the process of creating a budget to plan for their money. Game instructions are located in the Footings Step 2 Presenter's Guide.

Deepen learner engagement and reinforce lessons covered with our classroom activities developed for both individual and group learning.
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Financial Footings - Step 2
Classroom Activity - Module 3: Bills, Bills, Bills
Learner Level:
Elementary School
Resource type:
Activities, Handouts
Role:
Student/Learner
The Bills, Bills, Bills activity tasks 3rd through 6th graders with paying utility bills using personal checks and calculating the resulting account balance.

Deepen learner engagement and reinforce lessons covered with our classroom activities developed for both individual and group learning.
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Financial Footings - Step 2
Classroom Activity - Module 4: Money Game
Learner Level:
Elementary School
Resource type:
Activities
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian, Volunteer/Presenter
The Money Game activity uses a Jeopardy! style game board with several personal finance questions 3rd through 6th graders can answer for various point values.

Deepen learner engagement and reinforce lessons covered with our classroom activities developed for both individual and group learning.
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Financial Footings - Step 2
Supplemental Take Home Activity - It Cost What?
Learner Level:
Elementary School
Resource type:
Activities, Supplementals, Worksheets
Role:
Student/Learner
The It Cost What? activity teaches 3rd through 6th graders how to convert a U.S. Dollar into other countries' currencies and compare prices for various items.

Feed learners' curiosity with our supplemental activities and extend their learning beyond the classroom. Take home activities reinforce lessons covered in a class or group while fostering family discussions about financial concepts.
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Financial Footings - Step 2
Learner's Workbook - Spanish
Learner Level:
Elementary School, Spanish Speakers
Resource type:
Spanish, Workbooks
Role:
Student/Learner
Spanish version Step 2 Workbook helps 3rd through 6th grade Spanish speaking learners better understand the history of money, supply and demand, how to create a budget, how to utilize banks and credit unions, and how credit and interest works.

Engage your elementary school learners with our activity-based workbook, divided into four modules that conceptually build upon each other for optimal learning. Both classroom and take home activities are included to encourage personal lesson application.
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Financial Framings
Financial Framings - All Documents
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
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All Documents
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Financial Framings
Presenter's Guide
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Presenter Guides
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian, Volunteer/Presenter
Framings Presenter's Guide provides detailed guidance on how to deliver the Financial Framings program. The Presenter's Guide, along with corresponding supplemental materials, provide finance lessons that frame personal financial decisions within the larger local and global economies.

Our presenter guides include learning objective overviews, activity breakdowns, and discussion ideas that help you anticipate learner questions. The Framings Presenter's Guide provides step-by-step instruction on how to deliver the program, divided into two parts: (1) an introductory lesson about the economy and the circular flow of money and (2) a fun, interactive game-like exercise that helps reinforce topics covered.
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Financial Framings
Learner's Poster
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Handouts, Supplementals
Role:
Student/Learner
Learner's Poster displays the flow of money through the global economy and highlights concepts and lessons covered in the Framings program.

Engage your learners with this colorful poster that they can take home and share with their family members. One side of the poster features "The Flow of Your Money," displaying how consumers, financial institutions, government, businesses, and gloab partners monetarily interact. The other side includes key definitions learners can reference to understand these interactions more fully.
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Financial Framings
PowerPoint Presentation
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Presentation Decks
Role:
Volunteer/Presenter
Powerpoint Presentation includes slides that cover the Framings introductory lesson about the economy and the circular flow of money.

Help learners better understand Framings concepts and definitions with our PowerPoint presentation deck created to support your instruction and illustrate key points. Slides directly reflect that covered in the Framings Presenter's Guide and include notes and clarifying information to help you prepare and deliver lessons with confidence.
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Financial Framings
Classroom Activity Materials - The Flow of Your Money Worksheet
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Activities, Handouts, Supplementals, Worksheets
Role:
Student/Learner
The Flow of Your Money Worksheet aids learners in working through scenarios presented in the Framings economic scenario game/exercise. Game instructions are located in the Framings Presenter's Guide.

Deepen engagement and reinforce lessons covered with our classroom exercises developed for group learning. Optimize learner experience by user this worksheet with the Economic Scenario Cards and the Factors of Influence Cards.
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Financial Framings
Classroom Activity Materials - Economic Scenario Cards
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Activities, Supplementals
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian, Volunteer/Presenter
Scenario Cards outline several economic scenarios and work in conjunction with the Factors of Influence Cards when conducting the Framings scenario game/exercise.

Use these cards in discussion, small group work, or as part of a game that sudents play to learn the subject matter. Game instructions are located in the Framings Presenter's Guide.
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Financial Framings
Classroom Activity Materials - Factors of Influence Cards
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Activities, Supplementals
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian, Volunteer/Presenter
Factors of Influence Cards outline various influences on the flow of money and work in conjunction with the Economic Scenario Cards when conducting the Framings scenario game/exercise.

Use these cards in discussion, small group work, or as part of a game that students play to learn the subject matter. Game instructions are located in the Framings Presenter's Guide.
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Financial Framings
Learner's Poster - Spanish
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School, Spanish Speakers
Resource type:
Handouts, Spanish, Supplementals
Role:
Student/Learner
Spanish version Learner's Poster displays the flow of money through the global economy and highlights concepts and lessons covered in the Framings program.

Engage your Spanish speaking learners with this colorful poster that they can take home and share with their family members. One side of the poster features "The Flow of Your Money," displaying how consumers, financial institutions, government, businesses, and gloab partners monetarily interact. The other side includes key definitions learners can reference to understand these interactions more fully.
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Financial Foundations - Budgeting Level 1
Budgeting in 10 Minutes
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Supplementals, Videos
Role:
Parent/Guardian, Student/Learner
This video is one part of a series created for self-guided learning. It covers how to create a budget for your own specific needs.

In 10 minutes, learn to understand: fixed vs. variable expenses, how to maintain a budget, and setting short-term and long-term financial budget goals.
(2019)
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Financial Foundations - Budgeting Level 1
Financial Foundations Budgeting 1 - All Documents
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
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All Documents
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Financial Foundations - Budgeting Level 1
Financial Foundations Redesign Overview
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Supplementals, Videos, Volunteer Resources
Role:
Educator/Host, Volunteer/Presenter
The Financial Foundations program was redesigned in 2021 to make the curriculum more engaging, inclusive, and easier for both presenters and learners to follow. This video walks you through the resulting new design elements, better preparing you to deliver the programming to middle and high school students during the piloting phase of the new Foundations rollout.
(2020)
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Financial Foundations - Budgeting Level 1
Net Worth
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Supplementals, Videos, Virtual Learning, Volunteer Resources
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian, Student/Learner, Volunteer/Presenter
This video is one of a collection that explain key financial concepts included in the Financial Foundations program. It covers how to calculate net worth and differentiate it from cash flow.

Financial Foundations lessons videos are available to help you further understand concepts covered in Foundations learner's workbooks. Watch and learn about key personal finance concepts, or use the videos to prep for a class you're instructing. Slides featured in videos are color-coded to correspond with workbook sections.
(2020)
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Financial Foundations - Budgeting Level 1
Savings Plans: Savings Overview
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Supplementals, Videos, Virtual Learning, Volunteer Resources
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian, Student/Learner, Volunteer/Presenter
This video is one of a collection that explain key financial concepts included in the Financial Foundations program. It covers how to create goal-aligned savings and spending plans.

Financial Foundations lessons videos are available to help you further understand concepts covered in Foundations learner's workbooks. Watch and learn about key personal finance concepts, or use the videos to prep for a class you're instructing. Slides featured in videos are color-coded to correspond with workbook sections.
(2020)
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Financial Foundations - Budgeting Level 1
Savings Plans: Spending Overview
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Supplementals, Videos, Virtual Learning, Volunteer Resources
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian, Student/Learner, Volunteer/Presenter
This video is one of a collection that explain key financial concepts included in the Financial Foundations program. It covers how to create a budget and keep track of different types of expenses.

Financial Foundations lessons videos are available to help you further understand concepts covered in Foundations learner's workbooks. Watch and learn about key personal finance concepts, or use the videos to prep for a class you're instructing. Slides featured in videos are color-coded to correspond with workbook sections.
(2020)
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Financial Foundations - Budgeting Level 1
Setting SMART Goals for Personal Finance
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Supplementals, Videos, Virtual Learning, Volunteer Resources
Role:
Parent/Guardian, Student/Learner, Volunteer/Presenter
This video is one of a collection that explain key financial concepts included in the Financial Foundations program. It offers covers what the SMART acronymn stands for, and how it can be applied to financial goals.

Financial Foundations lessons videos are available to help you further understand concepts covered in Foundations learner's workbooks. Watch and learn about key personal finance concepts, or use the videos to prep for a class you're instructing. Slides featured in videos are color-coded to correspond with workbook sections.
(2020)
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Financial Foundations - Budgeting Level 1
Wealth and Its Connection to Your Goals
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Supplementals, Videos, Virtual Learning, Volunteer Resources
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian, Student/Learner, Volunteer/Presenter
This video is one of a collection that explain key financial concepts included in the Financial Foundations program. It covers what it means to be wealthy, and how your personal definition of wealth connects to your life goals.

Financial Foundations lessons videos are available to help you further understand concepts covered in Foundations learner's workbooks. Watch and learn about key personal finance concepts, or use the videos to prep for a class you're instructing. Slides featured in videos are color-coded to correspond with workbook sections.
(2020)
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Financial Foundations - Budgeting Level 1
Course Outline - Budget to Build Wealth
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Supplementals
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian
Budgeting Level 1 Outline includes links to materials that cover: Wealth, Savings Plans, and Net Worth.

Slot ready-made personal finance materials into your existing lesson plans using our course outlines designed for educators and group leaders. Outlines include links to presentation decks, workbooks, and answer keys, as well as available supplemental videos. Outlines are organized around key learning objectives, concepts, and takeaways.
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Financial Foundations - Budgeting Level 1
Learner's Workbook - Budget to Build Wealth
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Workbooks
Role:
Student/Learner
Budgeting Level 1 Workbook covers the concept of wealth and what it means to individuals. How to create SMART goals and spending and savings plans to attain wealth is also covered, and net worth and cash flow are explained.

Engage your middle and high school learners with our activity-based workbooks that each cover three key budgeting concepts. Two levels are available. Level 1 modules include foundational elements to establish learning of various concepts. Level 2 modules build upon these elements to include various budgeting strategies that learners can adopt in their own lives. Each workbook includes color-coded sections that facilitate learning and participation, along with topic-specific activities and resources developed to reinforce lessons.
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Financial Foundations - Budgeting Level 1
Workbook Answer Key - Budget to Build Wealth
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Presenter Guides, Supplementals
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian, Volunteer/Presenter
Budgeting Level 1 Answer Key provides answers to workbook activities that cover: Wealth, Savings Plans, and Net Worth.

Supplement your learning materials with answer keys to our various workbooks. Calculations and responses to objective questions are included to ensure learners are provided accurate feedback.
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Financial Foundations - Budgeting Level 1
PowerPoint Presentation - Budget to Build Wealth
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Presentation Decks
Role:
Volunteer/Presenter
Budgeting Level 1 PowerPoint Presentation directly reflects that covered in the Budgeting Level 1 Workbook, with color-coded slides and custom-made icons for easy reference.

Capture learners' attention and encourage their participation with our learner-centric designed PowerPoint presentation decks. Created to help you and your audience follow accompanying level 1 and level 2 workbook lessons and activities, decks promote engagement and minimize distractions. Presenter notes and sample scripts are also included to help you prepare and deliver lessons with confidence.
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Financial Foundations - Budgeting Level 1
Webinar Presentation - Budget to Build Wealth
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Presentation Decks, Virtual Learning
Role:
Volunteer/Presenter
Budgeting Level 1 Webinar Presentation includes slides that cover Level 1 concepts without accompanying workbook activities.

Use these shortened PowerPoint presentation decks only for time-limiting remote learning opportunities. These scaled down decks reduce lessons to essential concepts, omitting the inclusion of activities to ensure basics are covered when limited time is available. Developed to address video conferencing fatigue, these abridged versions of our full presentation decks should only be employed under special circumstances.
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Financial Foundations - Budgeting Level 2
Budget Optimizing
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Supplementals, Videos, Virtual Learning, Volunteer Resources
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian, Student/Learner, Volunteer/Presenter
This video is one of a collection that explain key financial concepts included in the Financial Foundations program. It covers different strategies for decreasing expenses and increasing income.

Financial Foundations lessons videos are available to help you further understand concepts covered in Foundations learner's workbooks. Watch and learn about key personal finance concepts, or use the videos to prep for a class you're instructing. Slides featured in videos are color-coded to correspond with workbook sections.
(2020)
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Financial Foundations - Budgeting Level 2
Budget Tracking
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Supplementals, Videos, Virtual Learning, Volunteer Resources
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian, Student/Learner, Volunteer/Presenter
This video is one of a collection that explain key financial concepts included in the Financial Foundations program. It covers how to develop a budget tracking system that's right for you.

Financial Foundations lessons videos are available to help you further understand concepts covered in Foundations learner's workbooks. Watch and learn about key personal finance concepts, or use the videos to prep for a class you're instructing. Slides featured in videos are color-coded to correspond with workbook sections.
(2020)
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Financial Foundations - Budgeting Level 2
Financial Foundations Budgeting 2 - All Documents
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
All Documents
Role:
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Financial Foundations - Budgeting Level 2
Managing the Unexpected
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Supplementals, Videos, Virtual Learning, Volunteer Resources
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian, Student/Learner, Volunteer/Presenter
This video is one of a collection that explain key financial concepts included in the Financial Foundations program. It covers how to manage unexpected windfalls and expenses.

Financial Foundations lessons videos are available to help you further understand concepts covered in Foundations learner's workbooks. Watch and learn about key personal finance concepts, or use the videos to prep for a class you're instructing. Slides featured in videos are color-coded to correspond with workbook sections.
(2020)
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Financial Foundations - Budgeting Level 2
Course Outline - Track and Adjust Your Budget
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Supplementals
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian
Budgeting Level 2 Outline includes links to materials that cover: Budget Tracking, Budget Optimizing, and Managing the Unexpected.

Slot ready-made personal finance materials into your existing lesson plans using our course outlines designed for educators and group leaders. Outlines include links to presentation decks, workbooks, and answer keys, as well as available supplemental videos. Outlines are organized around key learning objectives, concepts, and takeaways.
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Financial Foundations - Budgeting Level 2
Learner's Workbook - Track and Adjust Your Budget
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Workbooks
Role:
Student/Learner
Budgeting Level 2 Workbook covers how to develop a budget tracking system that is right for individuals and their financial situations. Strategies to help learners maximize savings and plan for the unexpected are also covered.

Engage your middle and high school learners with our activity-based workbooks that each cover three key budgeting concepts. Two levels are available. Level 1 modules include foundational elements to establish learning of various concepts. Level 2 modules build upon these elements to include various budgeting strategies that learners can adopt in their own lives. Each workbook includes color-coded sections that facilitate learning and participation, along with topic-specific activities and resources developed to reinforce lessons.
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Financial Foundations - Budgeting Level 2
Workbook Answer Key - Track and Adjust Your Budget
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Presenter Guides, Supplementals
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian, Volunteer/Presenter
Budgeting Level 2 Answer Key provides answers to workbook activities that cover: Budget Tracking, Budget Optimizing, and Managing the Unexpected.

Supplement your learning materials with answer keys to our various workbooks. Calculations and responses to objective questions are included to ensure learners are provided accurate feedback.
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Financial Foundations - Budgeting Level 2
PowerPoint Presentation - Track and Adjust Your Budget
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Presentation Decks
Role:
Volunteer/Presenter
Budgeting Level 2 PowerPoint Presentation directly reflects that covered in the Budgeting Level 2 Workbook, with color-coded slides and custom-made icons for easy reference.

Capture learners' attention and encourage their participation with our learner-centric designed PowerPoint presentation decks. Created to help you and your audience follow accompanying level 1 and level 2 workbook lessons and activities, decks promote engagement and minimize distractions. Presenter notes and sample scripts are also included to help you prepare and deliver lessons with confidence.
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Financial Foundations - Budgeting Level 2
Webinar Presentation - Track and Adjust Your Budget
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Presentation Decks, Virtual Learning
Role:
Volunteer/Presenter
Budgeting Level 2 Webinar Presentation includes slides that cover Level 2 concepts without accompanying workbook activities.

Use these shortened PowerPoint presentation decks only for time-limiting remote learning opportunities. These scaled down decks reduce lessons to essential concepts, omitting the inclusion of activities to ensure basics are covered when limited time is available. Developed to address video conferencing fatigue, these abridged versions of our full presentation decks should only be employed under special circumstances.
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Financial Foundations - Credit Level 1
Borrowing
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Supplementals, Videos, Virtual Learning, Volunteer Resources
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian, Student/Learner, Volunteer/Presenter
This video is one of a collection that explain key financial concepts included in the Financial Foundations program. It covers how to calculate the cost of borrowing and the factors that affect it.

Financial Foundations lessons videos are available to help you further understand concepts covered in Foundations learner's workbooks. Watch and learn about key personal finance concepts, or use the videos to prep for a class you're instructing. Slides featured in videos are color-coded to correspond with workbook sections.
(2020)
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Financial Foundations - Credit Level 1
Credit in 10 Minutes
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Supplementals, Videos
Role:
Parent/Guardian, Student/Learner
This video is one part of a series created for self-guided learning. It covers what credit is, how it works, and why it's needed.

In 10 minutes, learn to understand: different ways to establish credit, a borrower's responsibility, and how to monitor credit via your credit report and credit score.
(2019)
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Financial Foundations - Credit Level 1
Credit Reports: Establishing Credit
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Supplementals, Videos, Virtual Learning, Volunteer Resources
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian, Student/Learner, Volunteer/Presenter
This video is one of a collection that explain key financial concepts included in the Financial Foundations program. It covers how to establish credit, debit cards vs. credit cards, interest, contracts, and terms.

Financial Foundations lessons videos are available to help you further understand concepts covered in Foundations learner's workbooks. Watch and learn about key personal finance concepts, or use the videos to prep for a class you're instructing. Slides featured in videos are color-coded to correspond with workbook sections.
(2020)
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Financial Foundations - Credit Level 1
Credit Reports: Reports Overview
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Middle School, High School
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This video is one of a collection that explain key financial concepts included in the Financial Foundations program. It covers how to determine and understand credit reports and what they signify.

Financial Foundations lessons videos are available to help you further understand concepts covered in Foundations learner's workbooks. Watch and learn about key personal finance concepts, or use the videos to prep for a class you're instructing. Slides featured in videos are color-coded to correspond with workbook sections.
(2020)
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Financial Foundations - Credit Level 1
Credit Reports: Scores Overview
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Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Supplementals, Videos, Virtual Learning, Volunteer Resources
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This video is one of a collection that explain key financial concepts included in the Financial Foundations program. It covers what credit scores are and how they're determined by the reporting bureaus.

Financial Foundations lessons videos are available to help you further understand concepts covered in Foundations learner's workbooks. Watch and learn about key personal finance concepts, or use the videos to prep for a class you're instructing. Slides featured in videos are color-coded to correspond with workbook sections.
(2020)
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Financial Foundations - Credit Level 1
Debt
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This video is one of a collection that explain key financial concepts included in the Financial Foundations program. It covers the proper uses of debt and how credit affects debt.

Financial Foundations lessons videos are available to help you further understand concepts covered in Foundations learner's workbooks. Watch and learn about key personal finance concepts, or use the videos to prep for a class you're instructing. Slides featured in videos are color-coded to correspond with workbook sections.
(2020)
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Financial Foundations - Credit Level 1
Financial Foundations Credit 1 - All Documents
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Financial Foundations - Credit Level 1
Course Outline - Create Your Credit Persona
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Middle School, High School
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Supplementals
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Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian
Credit Level 1 Outline includes links to materials that cover: Debt, Borrowing, and Credit Reports.

Slot ready-made personal finance materials into your existing lesson plans using our course outlines designed for educators and group leaders. Outlines include links to presentation decks, workbooks, and answer keys, as well as available supplemental videos. Outlines are organized around key learning objectives, concepts, and takeaways.
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Financial Foundations - Credit Level 1
Learner's Workbook - Create Your Credit Persona
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
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Workbooks
Role:
Student/Learner
Credit Level 1 Workbook covers how debt accumulation can be positively leveraged or become a crippling burden. How lenders use credit reports and scores to measure one's credit worthiness is also covered.

Engage your middle and high school learners with our activity-based workbooks that each cover three key credit concepts. Two levels are available. Level 1 modules include foundational elements to establish learning of various concepts. Level 2 modules build upon these elements to include various credit strategies that learners can adopt in their own lives. Each workbook includes color-coded sections that facilitate learning and participation, along with topic-specific activities and resources developed to reinforce lessons.
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Financial Foundations - Credit Level 1
Workbook Answer Key - Create Your Credit Persona
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Middle School, High School
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Supplementals
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Credit Level 1 Answer Key provides answers to workbook activities that cover: Debt, Borrowing, and Credit Reports.

Supplement your learning materials with answer keys to our various workbooks. Calculations and responses to objective questions are included to ensure learners are provided accurate feedback.
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Financial Foundations - Credit Level 1
PowerPoint Presentation - Create Your Credit Persona
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Middle School, High School
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Credit Level 1 PowerPoint Presentation directly reflects that covered in the Credit Level 1 Workbook, with color-coded slides and custom-made icons for easy reference.

Capture learners' attention and encourage their participation with our learner-centric designed PowerPoint presentation decks. Created to help you and your audience follow accompanying level 1 and level 2 workbook lessons and activities, decks promote engagement and minimize distractions. Presenter notes and sample scripts are also included to help you prepare and deliver lessons with confidence.
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Financial Foundations - Credit Level 1
Webinar Presentation - Create Your Credit Persona
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Middle School, High School
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Presentation Decks, Virtual Learning
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Volunteer/Presenter
Credit Level 1 Webinar Presentation includes slides that cover Level 1 concepts without accompanying workbook activities.

Use these shortened PowerPoint presentation decks only for time-limiting remote learning opportunities. These scaled down decks reduce lessons to essential concepts, omitting the inclusion of activities to ensure basics are covered when limited time is available. Developed to address video conferencing fatigue, these abridged versions of our full presentation decks should only be employed under special circumstances.
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Financial Foundations - Credit Level 2
Debt Management
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This video is one of a collection that explain key financial concepts included in the Financial Foundations program. It covers the consequences of poor credit and debt management.

Financial Foundations lessons videos are available to help you further understand concepts covered in Foundations learner's workbooks. Watch and learn about key personal finance concepts, or use the videos to prep for a class you're instructing. Slides featured in videos are color-coded to correspond with workbook sections.
(2020)
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Financial Foundations - Credit Level 2
Debt Repayment
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Middle School, High School
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Supplementals, Videos, Virtual Learning, Volunteer Resources
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This video is one of a collection that explain key financial concepts included in the Financial Foundations program. It covers how to calculate the total cost of debt repayment.

Financial Foundations lessons videos are available to help you further understand concepts covered in Foundations learner's workbooks. Watch and learn about key personal finance concepts, or use the videos to prep for a class you're instructing. Slides featured in videos are color-coded to correspond with workbook sections.
(2020)
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Financial Foundations - Credit Level 2
Financial Foundations Credit 2 - All Documents
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Middle School, High School
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Financial Foundations - Credit Level 2
Loan Types
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This video is one of a collection that explain key financial concepts included in the Financial Foundations program. It provides an overview and explanation of different types of loans and their terms.

Financial Foundations lessons videos are available to help you further understand concepts covered in Foundations learner's workbooks. Watch and learn about key personal finance concepts, or use the videos to prep for a class you're instructing. Slides featured in videos are color-coded to correspond with workbook sections.
(2020)
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Financial Foundations - Credit Level 2
Course Outline - Leverage Loans to Finance Goals
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Supplementals
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian
Credit Level 2 Outline includes links to materials that cover: Loan Types, Debt Repayment, and Debt Management.

Slot ready-made personal finance materials into your existing lesson plans using our course outlines designed for educators and group leaders. Outlines include links to presentation decks, workbooks, and answer keys, as well as available supplemental videos. Outlines are organized around key learning objectives, concepts, and takeaways.
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Financial Foundations - Credit Level 2
Learner's Workbook - Leverage Loans to Finance Goals
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Workbooks
Role:
Student/Learner
Credit Level 2 Workbook covers various loan types, how to calculate debt repayment totals, and the pitfalls of poor debt management.

Engage your middle and high school learners with our activity-based workbooks that each cover three key credit concepts. Two levels are available. Level 1 modules include foundational elements to establish learning of various concepts. Level 2 modules build upon these elements to include various credit strategies that learners can adopt in their own lives. Each workbook includes color-coded sections that facilitate learning and participation, along with topic-specific activities and resources developed to reinforce lessons.
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Financial Foundations - Credit Level 2
Workbook Answer Key - Leverage Loans to Finance Goals
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Middle School, High School
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Presenter Guides, Supplementals
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Credit Level 2 Answer Key provides answers to workbook activities that cover: Loan Types, Debt Repayment, and Debt Management.

Supplement your learning materials with answer keys to our various workbooks. Calculations and responses to objective questions are included to ensure learners are provided accurate feedback.
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Financial Foundations - Credit Level 2
PowerPoint Presentation - Leverage Loans to Finance Goals
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Middle School, High School
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Presentation Decks
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Volunteer/Presenter
Credit Level 2 PowerPoint Presentation directly reflects that covered in the Credit Level 2 Workbook, with color-coded slides and custom-made icons for easy reference.

Capture learners' attention and encourage their participation with our learner-centric designed PowerPoint presentation decks. Created to help you and your audience follow accompanying level 1 and level 2 workbook lessons and activities, decks promote engagement and minimize distractions. Presenter notes and sample scripts are also included to help you prepare and deliver lessons with confidence.
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Financial Foundations - Credit Level 2
Webinar Presentation - Leverage Loans to Finance Goals
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Middle School, High School
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Presentation Decks, Virtual Learning
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Volunteer/Presenter
Credit Level 2 Webinar Presentation includes slides that cover Level 2 concepts without accompanying workbook activities.

Use these shortened PowerPoint presentation decks only for time-limiting remote learning opportunities. These scaled down decks reduce lessons to essential concepts, omitting the inclusion of activities to ensure basics are covered when limited time is available. Developed to address video conferencing fatigue, these abridged versions of our full presentation decks should only be employed under special circumstances.
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Financial Foundations - Investing Level 1
Compound Interest: Growing a Money Tree
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Middle School, High School
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This video is one of a collection that explain key financial concepts included in the Financial Foundations program. It covers how to grow a money tree--and how interest and time are prime factors in investing.

Financial Foundations lessons videos are available to help you further understand concepts covered in Foundations learner's workbooks. Watch and learn about key personal finance concepts, or use the videos to prep for a class you're instructing. Slides featured in videos are color-coded to correspond with workbook sections.
(2020)
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Financial Foundations - Investing Level 1
Compound Interest: Overview
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Middle School, High School
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This video is one of a collection that explain key financial concepts included in the Financial Foundations program. It covers how the power of compound interest and how it works.

Financial Foundations lessons videos are available to help you further understand concepts covered in Foundations learner's workbooks. Watch and learn about key personal finance concepts, or use the videos to prep for a class you're instructing. Slides featured in videos are color-coded to correspond with workbook sections.
(2020)
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Financial Foundations - Investing Level 1
Financial Foundations Investing 1 - All Documents
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Middle School, High School
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All Documents
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Financial Foundations - Investing Level 1
Investing 1 Wrap-Up
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Middle School, High School
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This video is one of a collection that explain key financial concepts included in the Financial Foundations program. It covers a host of tips to ensure success when investing.

Financial Foundations lessons videos are available to help you further understand concepts covered in Foundations learner's workbooks. Watch and learn about key personal finance concepts, or use the videos to prep for a class you're instructing. Slides featured in videos are color-coded to correspond with workbook sections.
(2020)
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Financial Foundations - Investing Level 1
Investing in 10 Minutes
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Supplementals, Videos
Role:
Parent/Guardian, Student/Learner
This video is one part of a series created for self-guided learning. It covers what investments are and how they can help you achieve your financial goals.

In 10 minutes, learn to understand: risk vs. return, diversification, types of investments, and your investor/saver type.
(2019)
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Financial Foundations - Investing Level 1
Risk and Return
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Middle School, High School
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This video is one of a collection that explain key financial concepts included in the Financial Foundations program. It covers the relationship between investment risks and returns on those investments.

Financial Foundations lessons videos are available to help you further understand concepts covered in Foundations learner's workbooks. Watch and learn about key personal finance concepts, or use the videos to prep for a class you're instructing. Slides featured in videos are color-coded to correspond with workbook sections.
(2020)
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Financial Foundations - Investing Level 1
Time Value of Money
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Middle School, High School
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This video is one of a collection that explain key financial concepts included in the Financial Foundations program. It covers how to identify personal readiness to achieve financial independence.

Financial Foundations lessons videos are available to help you further understand concepts covered in Foundations learner's workbooks. Watch and learn about key personal finance concepts, or use the videos to prep for a class you're instructing. Slides featured in videos are color-coded to correspond with workbook sections.
(2020)
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Financial Foundations - Investing Level 1
Course Outline - Get Inspired by the Time Value of Money
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Supplementals
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian
Investing Level 1 Outline includes links to materials that cover: Time Value of Money, Compound Interest, and Risk and Return.

Slot ready-made personal finance materials into your existing lesson plans using our course outlines designed for educators and group leaders. Outlines include links to presentation decks, workbooks, and answer keys, as well as available supplemental videos. Outlines are organized around key learning objectives, concepts, and takeaways.
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Financial Foundations - Investing Level 1
Learner's Workbook - Get Inspired by the Time Value of Money
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Middle School, High School
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Workbooks
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Student/Learner
Investing Level 1 Workbook introduces the power of compound interest and the basics of investing, which can be used to maximize future returns.

Engage your middle and high school learners with our activity-based workbooks that each cover three key investing concepts. Two levels are available. Level 1 modules include foundational elements to establish learning of various concepts. Level 2 modules build upon these elements to include various investing strategies that learners can adopt in their own lives. Each workbook includes color-coded sections that facilitate learning and participation, along with topic-specific activities and resources developed to reinforce lessons.
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Financial Foundations - Investing Level 1
Workbook Answer Key - Get Inspired by the Time Value of Money
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Middle School, High School
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Investing Level 1 Answer Key provides answers to workbook activities that cover: Time Value of Money, Compound Interest, and Risk and Return.

Supplement your learning materials with answer keys to our various workbooks. Calculations and responses to objective questions are included to ensure learners are provided accurate feedback.
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Financial Foundations - Investing Level 1
PowerPoint Presentation - Get Inspired by the Time Value of Money
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Middle School, High School
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Presentation Decks
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Volunteer/Presenter
Investing Level 1 PowerPoint Presentation directly reflects that covered in the Investing Level 1 Workbook, with color-coded slides and custom-made icons for easy reference.

Capture learners' attention and encourage their participation with our learner-centric designed PowerPoint presentation decks. Created to help you and your audience follow accompanying level 1 and level 2 workbook lessons and activities, decks promote engagement and minimize distractions. Presenter notes and sample scripts are also included to help you prepare and deliver lessons with confidence.
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Financial Foundations - Investing Level 1
Webinar Presentation - Get Inspired by the Time Value of Money
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Middle School, High School
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Presentation Decks, Virtual Learning
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Volunteer/Presenter
Investing Level 1 Webinar Presentation includes slides that cover Level 1 concepts without accompanying workbook activities.

Use these shortened PowerPoint presentation decks only for time-limiting remote learning opportunities. These scaled down decks reduce lessons to essential concepts, omitting the inclusion of activities to ensure basics are covered when limited time is available. Developed to address video conferencing fatigue, these abridged versions of our full presentation decks should only be employed under special circumstances.
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Financial Foundations - Investing Level 2
Financial Foundations Investing 2 - All Documents
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Middle School, High School
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Financial Foundations - Investing Level 2
Investing 2: Wrap-Up
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Middle School, High School
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This video is one of a collection that explain key financial concepts included in the Financial Foundations program. It offers tips on getting started with investment options.

Financial Foundations lessons videos are available to help you further understand concepts covered in Foundations learner's workbooks. Watch and learn about key personal finance concepts, or use the videos to prep for a class you're instructing. Slides featured in videos are color-coded to correspond with workbook sections.
(2020)
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Financial Foundations - Investing Level 2
Investing: Full-Length Virtual Lesson
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Supplementals, Videos
Role:
Parent/Guardian, Student/Learner
This video is one part of a series created for self-guided learning. It offers a basic understanding of the priciples of investing.

These principles include: how investments can help achieve your financial goals, common types of investments, common options for retirement savings, risk/return and diversification, and learning what type of investor/saver you are.
(2019)
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Financial Foundations - Investing Level 2
Investor Types
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Middle School, High School
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This video is one of a collection that explain key financial concepts included in the Financial Foundations program. It offers an explanation of different investor types and how to work within your type.

Financial Foundations lessons videos are available to help you further understand concepts covered in Foundations learner's workbooks. Watch and learn about key personal finance concepts, or use the videos to prep for a class you're instructing. Slides featured in videos are color-coded to correspond with workbook sections.
(2020)
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Financial Foundations - Investing Level 2
Optimized Investing
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Middle School, High School
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Supplementals, Videos, Virtual Learning, Volunteer Resources
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This video is one of a collection that explain key financial concepts included in the Financial Foundations program. It covers how to maximize earnings and minimize taxes and fees.

Financial Foundations lessons videos are available to help you further understand concepts covered in Foundations learner's workbooks. Watch and learn about key personal finance concepts, or use the videos to prep for a class you're instructing. Slides featured in videos are color-coded to correspond with workbook sections.
(2020)
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Financial Foundations - Investing Level 2
Retirement Vehicles
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Middle School, High School
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This video is one of a collection that explain key financial concepts included in the Financial Foundations program. It covers how to maximize retirement vehicles through tax savings.

Financial Foundations lessons videos are available to help you further understand concepts covered in Foundations learner's workbooks. Watch and learn about key personal finance concepts, or use the videos to prep for a class you're instructing. Slides featured in videos are color-coded to correspond with workbook sections.
(2020)
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Financial Foundations - Investing Level 2
Course Outline - Understand Retirement Vehicles
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Supplementals
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian
Investing Level 2 Outline includes links to materials that cover: Optimized Investing, Retirement Vehicles, and Investor Types.

Slot ready-made personal finance materials into your existing lesson plans using our course outlines designed for educators and group leaders. Outlines include links to presentation decks, workbooks, and answer keys, as well as available supplemental videos. Outlines are organized around key learning objectives, concepts, and takeaways.
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Financial Foundations - Investing Level 2
Learner's Workbook - Understand Retirement Vehicles
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Workbooks
Role:
Student/Learner
Investing Level 2 Workbook introduces various investing strategies and retirement vehicles, while helping learners better understand the type of investor they may be.

Engage your middle and high school learners with our activity-based workbooks that each cover three key investing concepts. Two levels are available. Level 1 modules include foundational elements to establish learning of various concepts. Level 2 modules build upon these elements to include various investing strategies that learners can adopt in their own lives. Each workbook includes color-coded sections that facilitate learning and participation, along with topic-specific activities and resources developed to reinforce lessons.
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Financial Foundations - Investing Level 2
Workbook Answer Key - Understand Retirement Vehicles
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Middle School, High School
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Presenter Guides, Supplementals
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Investing Level 2 Answer Key provides answers to workbook activities that cover: Optimized Investing, Retirement Vehicles, and Investor Types.

Supplement your learning materials with answer keys to our various workbooks. Calculations and responses to objective questions are included to ensure learners are provided accurate feedback.
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Financial Foundations - Investing Level 2
PowerPoint Presentation - Understand Retirement Vehicles
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Middle School, High School
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Presentation Decks
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Investing Level 2 PowerPoint Presentation directly reflects that covered in the Investing Level 2 Workbook, with color-coded slides and custom-made icons for easy reference.

Capture learners' attention and encourage their participation with our learner-centric designed PowerPoint presentation decks. Created to help you and your audience follow accompanying level 1 and level 2 workbook lessons and activities, decks promote engagement and minimize distractions. Presenter notes and sample scripts are also included to help you prepare and deliver lessons with confidence.
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Financial Foundations - Investing Level 2
Webinar Presentation - Understand Retirement Vehicles
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Presentation Decks, Virtual Learning
Role:
Volunteer/Presenter
Investing Level 2 Webinar Presentation includes slides that cover Level 2 concepts without accompanying workbook activities.

Use these shortened PowerPoint presentation decks only for time-limiting remote learning opportunities. These scaled down decks reduce lessons to essential concepts, omitting the inclusion of activities to ensure basics are covered when limited time is available. Developed to address video conferencing fatigue, these abridged versions of our full presentation decks should only be employed under special circumstances.
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Financial Foundations - Protection Level 1
Financial Foundations Protection 1 - All Documents
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Middle School, High School
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Financial Foundations - Protection Level 1
Financial Protection: Auto Insurance
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Middle School, High School
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This video is one of a collection that explain key financial concepts included in the Financial Foundations program. It covers the basics of auto insurance, including coverage types and premiums.

Financial Foundations lessons videos are available to help you further understand concepts covered in Foundations learner's workbooks. Watch and learn about key personal finance concepts, or use the videos to prep for a class you're instructing. Slides featured in videos are color-coded to correspond with workbook sections.
(2020)
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Financial Foundations - Protection Level 1
Financial Protection: Home Insurance
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Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Supplementals, Videos, Virtual Learning, Volunteer Resources
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian, Student/Learner, Volunteer/Presenter
This video is one of a collection that explain key financial concepts included in the Financial Foundations program. It covers the basics of home insurance, including coverage, cost, and optional add-ons.

Financial Foundations lessons videos are available to help you further understand concepts covered in Foundations learner's workbooks. Watch and learn about key personal finance concepts, or use the videos to prep for a class you're instructing. Slides featured in videos are color-coded to correspond with workbook sections.
(2020)
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Financial Foundations - Protection Level 1
Managing Risk
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Middle School, High School
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Supplementals, Videos, Virtual Learning, Volunteer Resources
Role:
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This video is one of a collection that explain key financial concepts included in the Financial Foundations program. It covers strategies for managing financial risk.

Financial Foundations lessons videos are available to help you further understand concepts covered in Foundations learner's workbooks. Watch and learn about key personal finance concepts, or use the videos to prep for a class you're instructing. Slides featured in videos are color-coded to correspond with workbook sections.
(2020)
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Financial Foundations - Protection Level 1
Personal Insurance
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Supplementals, Videos, Virtual Learning, Volunteer Resources
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian, Student/Learner, Volunteer/Presenter
This video is one of a collection that explain key financial concepts included in the Financial Foundations program. It offers an overview of health, life, and disability insurance.

Financial Foundations lessons videos are available to help you further understand concepts covered in Foundations learner's workbooks. Watch and learn about key personal finance concepts, or use the videos to prep for a class you're instructing. Slides featured in videos are color-coded to correspond with workbook sections.
(2020)
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Financial Foundations - Protection Level 1
Risk Managment in 10 Minutes
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Supplementals, Videos
Role:
Parent/Guardian, Student/Learner
This video is one part of a series created for self-guided learning. It covers what insurance is, why it's needed, and how it works.

In 10 minutes, learn to understand: what insurance premiums are/how they're determined, what liability coverage is, and insurace contracts and policies.
(2019)
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Financial Foundations - Protection Level 1
Course Outline - Manage Risk with Insurance
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Supplementals
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian
Protection Level 1 Outline includes links to materials that cover: Managing Risk, Financial Protection, and Personal Insurance.

Slot ready-made personal finance materials into your existing lesson plans using our course outlines designed for educators and group leaders. Outlines include links to presentation decks, workbooks, and answer keys, as well as available supplemental videos. Outlines are organized around key learning objectives, concepts, and takeaways.
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Financial Foundations - Protection Level 1
Learner's Workbook - Manage Risk with Insurance
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Workbooks
Role:
Student/Learner
Protection Level 1 Workbook highlights approaches to managing risk and minimizing financial loss. Types of insurance that are necessary components of a strong financial plan are also explored.

Engage your middle and high school learners with our activity-based workbooks that each cover three key risk management topics. Two levels are available. Level 1 modules include foundational elements to establish learning of various insurance concepts. Level 2 modules build upon these elements to include various fraud protection strategies that learners can adopt in their own lives. Each workbook includes color-coded sections that facilitate learning and participation, along with topic-specific activities and resources developed to reinforce lessons.
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Financial Foundations - Protection Level 1
Workbook Answer Key - Manage Risk with Insurance
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Presenter Guides, Supplementals
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Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian, Volunteer/Presenter
Protection Level 1 Answer Key provides answers to workbook activities that cover: Managing Risk, Financial Protection, and Personal Insurance.

Supplement your learning materials with answer keys to our various workbooks. Calculations and responses to objective questions are included to ensure learners are provided accurate feedback.
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Financial Foundations - Protection Level 1
PowerPoint Presentation - Manage Risk with Insurance
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Presentation Decks
Role:
Volunteer/Presenter
Protection Level 1 PowerPoint Presentation directly reflects that covered in the Protection Level 1 Workbook, with color-coded slides and custom-made icons for easy reference.

Capture learners' attention and encourage their participation with our learner-centric designed PowerPoint presentation decks. Created to help you and your audience follow accompanying level 1 and level 2 workbook lessons and activities, decks promote engagement and minimize distractions. Presenter notes and sample scripts are also included to help you prepare and deliver lessons with confidence.
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Financial Foundations - Protection Level 1
Webinar Presentation - Manage Risk with Insurance
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Presentation Decks, Virtual Learning
Role:
Volunteer/Presenter
Protection Level 1 Webinar Presentation includes slides that cover Level 1 concepts without accompanying workbook activities.

Use these shortened PowerPoint presentation decks only for time-limiting remote learning opportunities. These scaled down decks reduce lessons to essential concepts, omitting the inclusion of activities to ensure basics are covered when limited time is available. Developed to address video conferencing fatigue, these abridged versions of our full presentation decks should only be employed under special circumstances.
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Financial Foundations - Protection Level 2
Consumer Fraud: Overview
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Supplementals, Videos, Virtual Learning, Volunteer Resources
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian, Student/Learner, Volunteer/Presenter
This video is one of a collection that explain key financial concepts included in the Financial Foundations program. It covers the different types of consumer fraud, such as identity theft and online scams.

Financial Foundations lessons videos are available to help you further understand concepts covered in Foundations learner's workbooks. Watch and learn about key personal finance concepts, or use the videos to prep for a class you're instructing. Slides featured in videos are color-coded to correspond with workbook sections.
(2020)
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Financial Foundations - Protection Level 2
Financial Foundations Protection 2 - All Documents
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
All Documents
Role:
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Financial Foundations - Protection Level 2
Fraud Protection
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Supplementals, Videos, Virtual Learning, Volunteer Resources
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian, Student/Learner, Volunteer/Presenter
This video is one of a collection that explain key financial concepts included in the Financial Foundations program. It covers how to avoid becoming a victim of consumer fraud, such as how to select good online passwords.

Financial Foundations lessons videos are available to help you further understand concepts covered in Foundations learner's workbooks. Watch and learn about key personal finance concepts, or use the videos to prep for a class you're instructing. Slides featured in videos are color-coded to correspond with workbook sections.
(2020)
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Financial Foundations - Protection Level 2
Fraud Recovery
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Supplementals, Videos, Virtual Learning, Volunteer Resources
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian, Student/Learner, Volunteer/Presenter
This video is one of a collection that explain key financial concepts included in the Financial Foundations program. It covers the steps to follow after becoming a financial fraud victim, such as working to have fradulent charges removed from your accounts.

Financial Foundations lessons videos are available to help you further understand concepts covered in Foundations learner's workbooks. Watch and learn about key personal finance concepts, or use the videos to prep for a class you're instructing. Slides featured in videos are color-coded to correspond with workbook sections.
(2020)
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Financial Foundations - Protection Level 2
Course Outline - Prevent or Recover from Fraud
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Supplementals
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian
Protection Level 2 Outline includes links to materials that cover: Consumer Fraud, Fraud Protection, and Fraud Recovery.

Slot ready-made personal finance materials into your existing lesson plans using our course outlines designed for educators and group leaders. Outlines include links to presentation decks, workbooks, and answer keys, as well as available supplemental videos. Outlines are organized around key learning objectives, concepts, and takeaways.
(2021)
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Financial Foundations - Protection Level 2
Learner's Workbook - Prevent or Recover from Fraud
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Workbooks
Role:
Student/Learner
Potection Level 2 Workbook presents the various types of consumer fraud that exist and provides guidance on how to avoid becoming a victim. Steps one should take if they become an identity theft victim are also covered.

Engage your middle and high school learners with our activity-based workbooks that each cover three key risk management topics. Two levels are available. Level 1 modules include foundational elements to establish learning of various insurance concepts. Level 2 modules build upon these elements to include various fraud protection strategies that learners can adopt in their own lives. Each workbook includes color-coded sections that facilitate learning and participation, along with topic-specific activities and resources developed to reinforce lessons.
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Financial Foundations - Protection Level 2
Workbook Answer Key - Prevent or Recover from Fraud
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Presenter Guides, Supplementals
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian, Volunteer/Presenter
Protection Level 2 Answer Key provides answers to workbook activities that cover: Consumer Fraud, Fraud Protection, and Fraud Recovery.

Supplement your learning materials with answer keys to our various workbooks. Calculations and responses to objective questions are included to ensure learners are provided accurate feedback.
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Financial Foundations - Protection Level 2
PowerPoint Presentation - Prevent or Recover from Fraud
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Presentation Decks
Role:
Volunteer/Presenter
Protection Level 2 PowerPoint Presentation directly reflects that covered in the Protection Level 2 Workbook, with color-coded slides and custom-made icons for easy reference.

Capture learners' attention and encourage their participation with our learner-centric designed PowerPoint presentation decks. Created to help you and your audience follow accompanying level 1 and level 2 workbook lessons and activities, decks promote engagement and minimize distractions. Presenter notes and sample scripts are also included to help you prepare and deliver lessons with confidence.
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Financial Foundations - Protection Level 2
Webinar Presentation - Prevent or Recover from Fraud
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Presentation Decks, Virtual Learning
Role:
Volunteer/Presenter
Protection Level 2 Webinar Presentation includes slides that cover Level 2 concepts without accompanying workbook activities.

Use these shortened PowerPoint presentation decks only for time-limiting remote learning opportunities. These scaled down decks reduce lessons to essential concepts, omitting the inclusion of activities to ensure basics are covered when limited time is available. Developed to address video conferencing fatigue, these abridged versions of our full presentation decks should only be employed under special circumstances.
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Financial Foundations - Spending Level 1
Fee Reduction
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Supplementals, Videos, Virtual Learning, Volunteer Resources
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian, Student/Learner, Volunteer/Presenter
This video is one of a collection that explain key financial concepts included in the Financial Foundations program. It covers how to minimize cash management fees.

Financial Foundations lessons videos are available to help you further understand concepts covered in Foundations learner's workbooks. Watch and learn about key personal finance concepts, or use the videos to prep for a class you're instructing. Slides featured in videos are color-coded to correspond with workbook sections.
(2020)
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Financial Foundations - Spending Level 1
Financial Foundations Spending 1 - All Documents
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
All Documents
Role:
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Financial Foundations - Spending Level 1
Financial Institutions
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Supplementals, Videos, Virtual Learning, Volunteer Resources
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian, Student/Learner, Volunteer/Presenter
This video is one of a collection that explain key financial concepts included in the Financial Foundations program. It covers how to identify and choose the right financial services provider.

Financial Foundations lessons videos are available to help you further understand concepts covered in Foundations learner's workbooks. Watch and learn about key personal finance concepts, or use the videos to prep for a class you're instructing. Slides featured in videos are color-coded to correspond with workbook sections.
(2020)
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Financial Foundations - Spending Level 1
Financial Services
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Supplementals, Videos, Virtual Learning, Volunteer Resources
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian, Student/Learner, Volunteer/Presenter
This video is one of a collection that explain key financial concepts included in the Financial Foundations program. It covers financial services available and their benefits, as well as the banking process.

Financial Foundations lessons videos are available to help you further understand concepts covered in Foundations learner's workbooks. Watch and learn about key personal finance concepts, or use the videos to prep for a class you're instructing. Slides featured in videos are color-coded to correspond with workbook sections.
(2020)
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Financial Foundations - Spending Level 1
Banking in 10 Minutes
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Supplementals, Videos
Role:
Parent/Guardian, Student/Learner
This video is one part of a series created for self-guided learning. It covers the differences between banks and credit unions, how to choose the right financial institution, how to calculate interest, and more.

Learn in 10 minutes how banking can be used to build wealth. Banking can be viewed as an expensive service to use, with plenty of fees to pay if you are not careful. But if you become aware of ways to use it for free, you can use banking to get the financial leg up you need.
(2020)
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Financial Foundations - Spending Level 1
Course Outline - Tools and Services to Manage and Build Wealth
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Supplementals
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian
Spending Level 1 Outline includes links to materials that cover: Financial Services, Financial Institutions, and Fee Reduction.

Slot ready-made personal finance materials into your existing lesson plans using our course outlines designed for educators and group leaders. Outlines include links to presentation decks, workbooks, and answer keys, as well as available supplemental videos. Outlines are organized around key learning objectives, concepts, and takeaways.
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Financial Foundations - Spending Level 1
Learner's Workbook - Tools and Services to Manage and Build Wealth
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Workbooks
Role:
Student/Learner
Spending Level 1 Workbook covers available financial services and how to choose the right account and financial institution. The importance of minimizing cash management fees is highlighted.

Engage your middle and high school learners with our activity-based workbooks that each cover three key banking/spending concepts. Two levels are available. Level 1 modules include foundational elements to establish learning of various concepts. Level 2 modules build upon these elements to include various large purchase planning strategies that learners can adopt in their own lives. Each workbook includes color-coded sections that facilitate learning and participation, along with topic-specific activities and resources developed to reinforce lessons.
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Financial Foundations - Spending Level 1
Workbook Answer Key - Tools and Services to Manage and Build Wealth
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Presenter Guides, Supplementals
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian, Volunteer/Presenter
Spending Level 1 Answer Key provides answers to workbook activities that cover: Financial Services, Financial Institutions, and Fee Reduction.

Supplement your learning materials with answer keys to our various workbooks. Calculations and responses to objective questions are included to ensure learners are provided accurate feedback.
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Financial Foundations - Spending Level 1
PowerPoint Presentation - Tools and Services to Manage and Build Wealth
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Presentation Decks
Role:
Volunteer/Presenter
Spending Level 1 PowerPoint Presentation directly reflects that covered in the Spending Level 1 Workbook, with color-coded slides and custom-made icons for easy reference.

Capture learners' attention and encourage their participation with our learner-centric designed PowerPoint presentation decks. Created to help you and your audience follow accompanying level 1 and level 2 workbook lessons and activities, decks promote engagement and minimize distractions. Presenter notes and sample scripts are also included to help you prepare and deliver lessons with confidence.
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Financial Foundations - Spending Level 1
Webinar Presentation - Tools and Services to Manage and Build Wealth
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Presentation Decks, Virtual Learning
Role:
Volunteer/Presenter
Spending Level 1 Webinar Presentation includes slides that cover Level 1 concepts without accompanying workbook activities.

Use these shortened PowerPoint presentation decks only for time-limiting remote learning opportunities. These scaled down decks reduce lessons to essential concepts, omitting the inclusion of activities to ensure basics are covered when limited time is available. Developed to address video conferencing fatigue, these abridged versions of our full presentation decks should only be employed under special circumstances.
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Financial Foundations - Spending Level 2
Car Purchasing
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Supplementals, Videos, Virtual Learning, Volunteer Resources
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian, Student/Learner, Volunteer/Presenter
This video is one of a collection that explain key financial concepts included in the Financial Foundations program. It offers an overview of how to apply the smart buying process to purchasing a vehicle.

Financial Foundations lessons videos are available to help you further understand concepts covered in Foundations learner's workbooks. Watch and learn about key personal finance concepts, or use the videos to prep for a class you're instructing. Slides featured in videos are color-coded to correspond with workbook sections.
(2020)
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Financial Foundations - Spending Level 2
Financial Foundations Spending 2 - All Documents
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
All Documents
Role:
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Financial Foundations - Spending Level 2
Home Purchasing
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Supplementals, Videos, Virtual Learning, Volunteer Resources
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian, Student/Learner, Volunteer/Presenter
This video is one of a collection that explain key financial concepts included in the Financial Foundations program. It offers an overview of how to apply the smart buying process to purchasing a home.

Financial Foundations lessons videos are available to help you further understand concepts covered in Foundations learner's workbooks. Watch and learn about key personal finance concepts, or use the videos to prep for a class you're instructing. Slides featured in videos are color-coded to correspond with workbook sections.
(2020)
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Financial Foundations - Spending Level 2
Smart Buying
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Supplementals, Videos, Virtual Learning, Volunteer Resources
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian, Student/Learner, Volunteer/Presenter
This video is one of a collection that explain key financial concepts included in the Financial Foundations program. It covers the steps to becoming a money-savvy consumer.

Financial Foundations lessons videos are available to help you further understand concepts covered in Foundations learner's workbooks. Watch and learn about key personal finance concepts, or use the videos to prep for a class you're instructing. Slides featured in videos are color-coded to correspond with workbook sections.
(2020)
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Financial Foundations - Spending Level 2
Course Outline - Take Control of Large Purchase Planning
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Supplementals
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian
Spending Level 2 Outline includes links to materials that cover: Smart Buying, Car Purchasing, and Home Purchasing.

Slot ready-made personal finance materials into your existing lesson plans using our course outlines designed for educators and group leaders. Outlines include links to presentation decks, workbooks, and answer keys, as well as available supplemental videos. Outlines are organized around key learning objectives, concepts, and takeaways.
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Financial Foundations - Spending Level 2
Learner's Workbook - Take Control of Large Purchase Planning
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Workbooks
Role:
Student/Learner
Spending Level 2 Workbook introduces the steps to make smart buying decisions that align with one's financial goals. Purchasing of typical big-ticket items is covered to help illustrate this smart buying process.

Engage your middle and high school learners with our activity-based workbooks that each cover three key banking/spending concepts. Two levels are available. Level 1 modules include foundational elements to establish learning of various concepts. Level 2 modules build upon these elements to include various large purchase planning strategies that learners can adopt in their own lives. Each workbook includes color-coded sections that facilitate learning and participation, along with topic-specific activities and resources developed to reinforce lessons.
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Financial Foundations - Spending Level 2
PowerPoint Presentation - Take Control of Large Purchase Planning
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Presentation Decks
Role:
Volunteer/Presenter
Spending Level 2 PowerPoint Presentation directly reflects that covered in the Spending Level 2 Workbook, with color-coded slides and custom-made icons for easy reference.

Capture learners' attention and encourage their participation with our learner-centric designed PowerPoint presentation decks. Created to help you and your audience follow accompanying level 1 and level 2 workbook lessons and activities, decks promote engagement and minimize distractions. Presenter notes and sample scripts are also included to help you prepare and deliver lessons with confidence.
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Financial Foundations - Spending Level 2
Webinar Presentation - Take Control of Large Purchase Planning
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Presentation Decks, Virtual Learning
Role:
Volunteer/Presenter
Spending Level 2 Webinar Presentation includes slides that cover Level 2 concepts without accompanying workbook activities.

Use these shortened PowerPoint presentation decks only for time-limiting remote learning opportunities. These scaled down decks reduce lessons to essential concepts, omitting the inclusion of activities to ensure basics are covered when limited time is available. Developed to address video conferencing fatigue, these abridged versions of our full presentation decks should only be employed under special circumstances.
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Financial Foundations - Spanish
Foundations Learner's Guide - Spanish
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School, Spanish Speakers
Resource type:
Spanish, Workbooks
Role:
Student/Learner
Spanish Learner's Guide introduces Spanish speaking learners to five key personal finance topics - Banking, Budgeting, Credit, Investing, and Risk Management.

Teach your middle and high school Spanish speaking learners about personal finance with our content-heavy resource guide. Detailed explanations of key concepts along with various exercises all communicated in Spanish provide learners a comprehensive overview of personal finance fundamentals.
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Financial Foundations - Spanish
Banking Presentation - Spanish
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School, Spanish Speakers
Resource type:
Presentation Decks, Spanish
Role:
Volunteer/Presenter
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Financial Foundations - Spanish
Budgeting Presentation - Spanish
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School, Spanish Speakers
Resource type:
Presentation Decks, Spanish
Role:
Volunteer/Presenter
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Financial Foundations - Spanish
Credit Presentation - Spanish
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School, Spanish Speakers
Resource type:
Presentation Decks, Spanish
Role:
Volunteer/Presenter
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Financial Foundations - Spanish
Investing Presentation - Spanish
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School, Spanish Speakers
Resource type:
Presentation Decks, Spanish
Role:
Volunteer/Presenter
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Financial Foundations - Spanish
Risk Management Presentation - Spanish
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School, Spanish Speakers
Resource type:
Presentation Decks, Spanish
Role:
Volunteer/Presenter
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Financial Foundations - Spanish
Webinar Presentation - Banking (Spanish Version)
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Presentation Decks, Virtual Learning
Role:
Volunteer/Presenter
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Financial Foundations - Spanish
Webinar Presentation - Budgeting (Spanish Version)
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Presentation Decks, Virtual Learning
Role:
Volunteer/Presenter
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Financial Foundations - Spanish
Webinar Presentation - Credit (Spanish Version)
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Presentation Decks, Virtual Learning
Role:
Volunteer/Presenter
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Financial Foundations - Spanish
Webinar Presentation - Investing (Spanish Version)
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Presentation Decks, Virtual Learning
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian, Volunteer/Presenter
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Financial Foundations - Spanish
Webinar Presentation - Risk Management (Spanish Version)
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Presentation Decks, Virtual Learning
Role:
Volunteer/Presenter
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Pathways
Comparing Schools and Costs: Full-Length Virtual Lesson
Learner Level:
High School, Postsecondary
Resource type:
Supplementals, Videos
Role:
Parent/Guardian, Student/Learner
This video is one part of a series created for self-guided learning. It covers how to navigate potential schools in relation to your career aspirations and budget.

This video will help you: research salary averages based on education/career aspirations, learn the total cost of schools, compare future expenses against salary, and determine the return on investment of college.
(2019)
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Pathways
Pathways - All Documents
Learner Level:
High School, Postsecondary
Resource type:
All Documents
Role:
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Pathways
Presenter's Guide
Learner Level:
High School, Postsecondary
Resource type:
Presenter Guides
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian, Volunteer/Presenter
This Presenter's Guide provides direction for delivering all points within the lesson.

Use this guide for its detailed directions on how to deliver the lessons and utilize the accompanying Participant Guide, Poster, PowerPoint Slides and additional online resources. This covers icebreakers, setting the stage, and delivery of information to your high school and college-age learners.
(Revised 2019)
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Pathways
Learner's Workbook
Learner Level:
High School, Postsecondary
Resource type:
Workbooks
Role:
Student/Learner
This workbook aids learners in mapping out scenarios presented with their own personal goals as they relate to broader topics of college, career, and loan options.

Deepen engagement and reinforce lessons covered with this interactive 16-page workbook, covering: financing college, consolidating loans, financing comparison, post-graduation, and types of student aid.
(Revised 2019)
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Pathways
Learner's Interactive Workbook
Learner Level:
High School
Resource type:
Virtual Learning, Workbooks
Role:
Student/Learner
This workbook aids learners in mapping out scenarios presented with their own personal goals and aspirations.

Deepen engagement and reinforce lessons covered with this interactive six-page workbook that begins with an opportunity for the learner to list goals in education, career, major purchases, having a family, travel, and retirement. Subsequent pages build on these personalized goals and how to achieve them through education and loans.
(2020)
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Pathways
Learner's Poster
Learner Level:
High School, Postsecondary
Resource type:
Handouts, Supplementals
Role:
Student/Learner
This poster displays important markers along the post-high school path to success.

Engage your learners with this colorful poster. One side of the poster features "Pathways to Success," displaying in bullet points how career, education, and subsequent debt can shape your path. The other side is a larger visual of a five-step roadmap for plotting out decisions for career and college.
(Revised 2019)
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Pathways
PowerPoint Presentation - Career & Education Path
Learner Level:
High School, Postsecondary
Resource type:
Presentation Decks
Role:
Volunteer/Presenter
Capture learners' attention and encourage their participation with our PowerPoint presentation deck. Presenter notes and sample scripts are also included to help you prepare and deliver lessons with confidence.

This PowerPoint Presentation explores how to identify skill sets and interests that further career objectives; explore the multiple positions available within a desired career; review salary ranges; determine education requirements necessary for desired position; research schools that specialize in programs that advance career objectives; understand the importance of extracurricular activities, volunteerism, etc.
(Revised 2019)
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Pathways
PowerPoint Presentation - Comparing Schools & Costs
Learner Level:
High School, Postsecondary
Resource type:
Presentation Decks
Role:
Volunteer/Presenter
Capture learners' attention and encourage their participation with our PowerPoint presentation deck. Presenter notes and sample scripts are also included to help you prepare and deliver lessons with confidence.

This PowerPoint Presentation explores how to research average salaries based on education and specific career aspirations; learn the total cost of school and the difference between sticker price and net price; and compare total post-secondary expenses versus out-of-school annual salary, and calculate the return on investment.
(Revised 2019)
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Pathways
PowerPoint Presentation - Financing College
Learner Level:
High School, Postsecondary
Resource type:
Presentation Decks
Role:
Volunteer/Presenter
Capture learners' attention and encourage their participation with our PowerPoint presentation deck. Presenter notes and sample scripts are also included to help you prepare and deliver lessons with confidence.

This PowerPoint Presentation explores the different options available to pay for college; reviews available college loans, various interest accumulation methods, and pay-back options; covers FAFSA basics and where to find additional support in completing the application; and covers how to compare financial aid packages.
(Revised 2020)
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Pathways
PowerPoint Presentation - Managing Debt Accumulation
Learner Level:
High School, Postsecondary
Resource type:
Presentation Decks
Role:
Volunteer/Presenter
Capture learners' attention and encourage their participation with our PowerPoint presentation deck. Presenter notes and sample scripts are also included to help you prepare and deliver lessons with confidence.

This PowerPoint Presentation explores how student debt accumulation relates to post-college finances; how to budget to limit student debt accumulation; how to spend and save money more wisely; and strategies for managing education expenses while still in school.
(Revised 2019)
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Pathways
PowerPoint Presentation - Managing Debt After College
Learner Level:
High School, Postsecondary
Resource type:
Presentation Decks
Role:
Volunteer/Presenter
Capture learners' attention and encourage their participation with our PowerPoint presentation deck. Presenter notes and sample scripts are also included to help you prepare and deliver lessons with confidence.

This PowerPoint Presentation explores post-college living expenses; creating a budget for post-college life; options for loan restructuring and consolidation; and setting long-term financial goals that incorporate saving and debt management.
(Revised 2019)
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Pathways
Financing College Handout - Aid At a Glance
Learner Level:
High School, Postsecondary
Resource type:
Handouts, Supplementals
Role:
Student/Learner
This handout aids learners in reviewing all types of federal student aid, as well as further resources to explore.

Deepen engagement and reinforce lessons with this two-page handout outlining how to apply for aid, as well as the federal grants, loans, and work-study available.
(Revised 2020)
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Pathways
Financing College Handout - Federal Grant Programs
Learner Level:
High School, Postsecondary
Resource type:
Supplementals
Role:
Student/Learner
This handout aids learners in reviewing grant terminology, as well as further resources to explore.

Deepen engagement and reinforce lessons with this handout outlining Pell Grants, TEACH grants, and service grants.
(Revised 2020)
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Pathways
Financing College Handout - Federal Loan Programs
Learner Level:
High School, Postsecondary
Resource type:
Handouts, Supplementals
Role:
Student/Learner
This handout aids learners in reviewing loan terminology, as well as further resources to explore.

Deepen engagement and reinforce lessons with this two-page handout covering direct subsidized and unsubsidized loans; direct plus loans; and federal student loans versus private student loans.
(Revised 2020)
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Pathways
Managing Debt After College Handout - Repaying Your Loans
Learner Level:
High School, Postsecondary
Resource type:
Handouts, Supplementals
Role:
Student/Learner
This handout aids learners in reviewing all types of federal student aid, as well as further resources to explore.

Deepen engagement and reinforce lessons with this nine-page handout outlining, with a checklist, how to repay federal student loans, and the different options for payment plans.
(Revised 2018)
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SAFE - Goals and Tools
SAFE Goals and Tools - All Documents
Learner Level:
Postsecondary, Adult Learning
Resource type:
All Documents
Role:
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SAFE - Goals and Tools
Presenter's Guide
Learner Level:
Postsecondary, Adult Learning
Resource type:
Presenter Guides
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian, Volunteer/Presenter
This Presenter's Guide provides direction for delivering all points within the lesson.

This 16-page guide contains an overview of content; participant checklist; inventory sheet; how to aid learners in establishing and tracking personal financial goals; and a post-presentation action plan.
(2018)
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SAFE - Goals and Tools
Learner's Workbook
Learner Level:
Postsecondary, Adult Learning
Resource type:
Workbooks
Role:
Student/Learner
This workbook aids learners in mapping out scenarios presented with their own personal long-term goals.

Deepen engagement and reinforce lessons covered with this interactive 16-page workbook, which includes: an inventory sheet for analyzing current financial standings; monthly payment and savings schedule; and financial goal-setting.
(2018)
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SAFE - Goals and Tools
PowerPoint Presentation
Learner Level:
Postsecondary, Adult Learning
Resource type:
Presentation Decks
Role:
Volunteer/Presenter
Capture learners' attention and encourage their participation with our PowerPoint presentation deck. Presenter notes are included to help you prepare and deliver lessons with confidence.

This PowerPoint Presentation explores: short-term, intermediate, and long-term financial goals; budget basics; needs vs. wants; managing accounts; and debit vs. credit.
(2018)
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SAFE - Income and Taxes
SAFE Income and Taxes - All Documents
Learner Level:
Postsecondary, Adult Learning
Resource type:
All Documents
Role:
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SAFE - Income and Taxes
Presenter's Guide
Learner Level:
Postsecondary, Adult Learning
Resource type:
Presenter Guides
Role:
Educator/Host, Volunteer/Presenter
This Presenter's Guide provides detailed instructions for teaching this SAFE module with its accompanying activities, learner materials, and PowerPoint Slides so you can provide an impactful learning experience for students.

The 39-page guide offers suggested transition statements between activities, and an overview of content, including: taxpayer rights & responsibilities; how taxes are paid; matching career aspirations to goals; and available tax credits.
(2018)
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SAFE - Income and Taxes
Learner's Workbook
Learner Level:
Postsecondary, Adult Learning
Resource type:
Workbooks
Role:
Student/Learner
This workbook aids learners in mapping out scenarios presented with their own personal long-term goals as they relate to income and taxes.

Deepen engagement and reinforce lessons covered with this interactive 16-page workbook, which covers: career planning, filing taxes, and taking inventory of types of taxes.
(2018)
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SAFE - Income and Taxes
PowerPoint Presentation
Learner Level:
Postsecondary, Adult Learning
Resource type:
Presentation Decks
Role:
Volunteer/Presenter
Capture learners' attention and encourage their participation with our PowerPoint presentation deck. Presenter notes and sample scripts are also included to help you prepare and deliver lessons with confidence.

This PowerPoint Presentation explores: career paths, researching salaries, types of taxes, and paying taxes.
(2018)
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SAFE - Credit and Debt
SAFE Credit and Debt - All Documents
Learner Level:
Postsecondary, Adult Learning
Resource type:
All Documents
Role:
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SAFE - Credit and Debt
Presenter's Guide
Learner Level:
Postsecondary, Adult Learning
Resource type:
Presenter Guides
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian, Volunteer/Presenter
This Presenter's Guide provides you with detailed instructions for teaching this SAFE module with its accompanying activities, learner materials, and PowerPoint Slides so you can provide an impactful learning experience.

This 32-page guide contains an overview of content, including: working toward a high credit score, responsibilities as a borrower, how loans work, financing college, and the "Five Cs" of credit approval.
(2018)
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SAFE - Credit and Debt
Learner's Workbook
Learner Level:
Postsecondary, Adult Learning
Resource type:
Workbooks
Role:
Student/Learner
This workbook aids learners in mapping out scenarios presented with their own personal long-term goals as they relate to taking on debt and establishing credit.

Deepen engagement and reinforce lessons covered with this interactive 16-page workbook, which covers: financing college; comparing credit cards; creating a debt payoff plan; and improving credit scores.
(2018)
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SAFE - Credit and Debt
PowerPoint Presentation
Learner Level:
Postsecondary, Adult Learning
Resource type:
Presentation Decks
Role:
Volunteer/Presenter
Capture learners' attention and encourage their participation with our PowerPoint presentation deck. Presenter notes are included to help you prepare and deliver lessons with confidence.

This PowerPoint Presentation explores: lending terms, types of loans, credit scores, borrowers' responsibilities, and large purchase planning.
(2018)
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SAFE - Protecting Yourself
SAFE Protecting Yourself - All Documents
Learner Level:
Postsecondary, Adult Learning
Resource type:
All Documents
Role:
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SAFE - Protecting Yourself
Presenter's Guide
Learner Level:
Postsecondary, Adult Learning
Resource type:
Presenter Guides
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian, Volunteer/Presenter
This Presenter's Guide provides detailed instructions for teaching this SAFE module with its accompanying activities, learner materials, and PowerPoint Slides so you can provide an impactful learning experience for students.

The 32-page guide offers suggested transition statements between activities, and an overview of content, including: auto insurance basics, health insurance comparison, life insurance basics; and protection from identity theft.
(2018)
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SAFE - Protecting Yourself
Learner's Workbook
Learner Level:
Postsecondary, Adult Learning
Resource type:
Workbooks
Role:
Student/Learner
This workbook aids learners in mapping out scenarios presented with their own personal long-term goals as they relate to securing protection in different facets of their lives.

Deepen engagement and reinforce lessons covered with this interactive 16-page workbook, covering: protection from identity theft; obtaining insurance; types of insurance; and tracking and monitoring coverage.
(2018)
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SAFE - Protecting Yourself
PowerPoint Presentation
Learner Level:
Postsecondary, Adult Learning
Resource type:
Presentation Decks
Role:
Volunteer/Presenter
Capture learners' attention and encourage their participation with our PowerPoint presentation deck. Presenter notes and sample scripts are also included to help you prepare and deliver lessons with confidence.

This PowerPoint Presentation explores identity theft, and common types of insurance, including: auto, life, health, homeowners, renters and disability.
(2018)
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SAFE - Savings and Retirement
SAFE Savings and Retirement - All Documents
Learner Level:
Postsecondary, Adult Learning
Resource type:
All Documents
Role:
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SAFE - Savings and Retirement
Presenter's Guide
Learner Level:
Postsecondary, Adult Learning
Resource type:
Presenter Guides
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian, Volunteer/Presenter
This Presenter's Guide provides direction for delivering all points within the lesson.

This 16-page guide contains an overview of content; participant checklist; inventory sheet; how to aid learners in establishing and tracking personal financial goals; and a post-presentation action plan.
(2018)
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SAFE - Savings and Retirement
Learner's Workbook
Learner Level:
Postsecondary, Adult Learning
Resource type:
Workbooks
Role:
Student/Learner
This workbook aids learners in mapping out scenarios presented with their own personal long-term goals as they relate to saving for retirement.

Deepen engagement and reinforce lessons covered with this interactive 16-page workbook, covering: types of investments, mutual funds, employee retirement plans, medicare, and interactive action plans for meeting goals.
(2018)
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SAFE - Savings and Retirement
PowerPoint Presentation
Learner Level:
Adult Learning
Resource type:
Presentation Decks
Role:
Volunteer/Presenter
Capture learners' attention and encourage their participation with our PowerPoint presentation deck. Presenter notes and sample scripts are also included to help you prepare and deliver lessons with confidence.

This PowerPoint Presentation explores savings scenarios, inflation, compound interest, and investment decisions.
(2018)
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Forward
Forward - All Documents
Learner Level:
Adult Learning
Resource type:
All Documents
Role:
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Forward
Presenter's Guide - Envisioning the Life I Want
Learner Level:
Adult Learning
Resource type:
Presenter Guides
Role:
Educator/Host, Volunteer/Presenter
This Presenter's Guide provides detailed instructions for teaching this Forward module with its accompanying activities, learner materials, and PowerPoint Slides so you can provide an impactful learning experience for students.

The 41-page guide offers suggested transition statements between activities, and an overview of content, including: making a SMART Goal action plan, strategies to overcome barriers to goals, and moving from dream to done.
(2018)
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Forward
Presenter's Guide - Funding the Life I Want
Learner Level:
Adult Learning
Resource type:
Presenter Guides
Role:
Educator/Host, Volunteer/Presenter
This Presenter's Guide provides detailed instructions for teaching this Forward module with its accompanying activities, learner materials, and PowerPoint Slides so you can provide an impactful learning experience for students.

This 39-page guide offers suggested transition statements between activities, and an overview of content, including: reviewing options for a savings account, how to open an account, creating a savings plan, and ideas for saving even more.
(2018)
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Forward
Presenter's Guide - Living the Life I Want
Learner Level:
Adult Learning
Resource type:
Presenter Guides
Role:
Educator/Host, Volunteer/Presenter
This Presenter's Guide provides detailed instructions for teaching this Forward module with its accompanying activities, learner materials, and PowerPoint Slides so you can provide an impactful learning experience for students.

The 46-page guide offers suggested transition statements between activities, and an overview of content, including: tracking bills, prioritizing bills, responding to debt collectors, and creating a budget to fit cash flow.
(2018)
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Forward
Presenter's Guide - Managing the Life I Want
Learner Level:
Adult Learning
Resource type:
Presenter Guides
Role:
Educator/Host, Volunteer/Presenter
This Presenter's Guide provides detailed instructions for teaching this Forward module with its accompanying activities, learner materials, and PowerPoint Slides so you can provide an impactful learning experience for students.

The 43-page guide offers suggested transition statements between activities, and an overview of content, including: determining wants vs. needs vs. obligations; income scenarios; interpreting a pay stub; wage garnishment; and tracking income vs. expenses.
(2018)
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Forward
Learner's Workbook - All Modules Combined
Learner Level:
Adult Learning
Resource type:
Workbooks
Role:
Student/Learner
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Forward
PowerPoint Presentation - Envisioning the Life I Want
Learner Level:
Adult Learning
Resource type:
Presentation Decks
Role:
Volunteer/Presenter
Capture learners' attention and encourage their participation with our PowerPoint presentation deck. Presenter notes and sample scripts are also included to help you prepare and deliver lessons with confidence.

This PowerPoint Presentation explores establishing SMART Goals, determining financial targets, overcoming barriers and more.
(2018)
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Forward
PowerPoint Presentation - Funding the Life I Want
Learner Level:
Adult Learning
Resource type:
Presentation Decks
Role:
Volunteer/Presenter
Capture learners' attention and encourage their participation with our PowerPoint presentation deck. Presenter notes and sample scripts are also included to help you prepare and deliver lessons with confidence.

This PowerPoint Presentation explores: deciding where to put savings, how to automate savings, reducing expenses, creating a personal savings plan, and more.
(2018)
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PowerPoint Presentation - Living the Life I Want
Learner Level:
Adult Learning
Resource type:
Presentation Decks
Role:
Volunteer/Presenter
Capture learners' attention and encourage their participation with our PowerPoint presentation deck. Presenter notes and sample scripts are also included to help you prepare and deliver lessons with confidence.

This PowerPoint Presentation includes a 'Can it Happen to Me?' Activity; 'Getting a Handle on Bills' Activity; how to manage unexpected expenses; prioritizing when cash is short; creating a cash flow budget; and more.
(2018)
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PowerPoint Presentation - Managing the Life I Want
Learner Level:
Adult Learning
Resource type:
Presentation Decks
Role:
Volunteer/Presenter
Capture learners' attention and encourage their participation with our PowerPoint presentation deck. Presenter notes and sample scripts are also included to help you prepare and deliver lessons with confidence.

This PowerPoint Presentation explores: needs vs. wants; tracking and managing income; interpreting a pay stub; garnishment of wages, and more.
(2018)
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Envisioning Activity Materials - SMART Cards
Learner Level:
Adult Learning
Resource type:
Activities, Supplementals
Role:
Educator/Host, Volunteer/Presenter
Help learners work through common scenarios, with each of the 10 cards containing a word or question intended to spark thought.

These include: When will I reach this goal? and How will I know when it is done?
(2018)
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Funding Activity - 4Corner Cards
Learner Level:
Adult Learning
Resource type:
Activities, Supplementals
Role:
Educator/Host, Volunteer/Presenter
Help learners work through common scenarios with these 4 cards, each offering an option for where to save your money.

Scenarios on the cards include saving money: in a secret spot at home; with a family member or friend; on a prepaid card; or in a savings/checking account.
(2018)
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Living Activity - Debt Scenario Cards
Learner Level:
Adult Learning
Resource type:
Activities, Supplementals
Role:
Educator/Host, Volunteer/Presenter
Help learners work through common scenarios with these 8 cards, each containing a a scenario intended to spark thought about debt.

Scenarios on the cards include: what to do if a debt collector is suing you; ideas for assessing credit assistance organizations; ideas for keeping records of debt.
(2018)
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Forward
Managing Supplemental Activity - Income Tracker
Learner Level:
Adult Learning
Resource type:
Activities, Handouts, Supplementals, Worksheets
Role:
Student/Learner
Help learners create a personalized two-page worksheet.

Participants are able to fill out this Monthly Income and Resource Tracker to better understand the frequency and amount of payments and expenses.
(2018)
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Envisioning Activity Poster
Learner Level:
Adult Learning
Resource type:
Activities, Supplementals
Role:
Educator/Host, Volunteer/Presenter
This poster has an image of elementary school children with the headline: What are the 2 most important things children should know about money? The answers below that read: Don't spend more than you make, and Save a little bit of any money you get.
(2018)
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Funding Activity - Question Cards
Learner Level:
Adult Learning
Resource type:
Activities, Supplementals
Role:
Educator/Host, Volunteer/Presenter
Help learners work through common questions with these 8 cards.

Questions on the cards include: What is a savings plan? and What dollar amount is a good starting goal for an emergency fund?
(2018)
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Living Activity - Cash Flow Budget Cards
Learner Level:
Adult Learning
Resource type:
Activities, Supplementals
Role:
Educator/Host, Volunteer/Presenter
Help learners work through specific questions with these 4 follow-up cards.

Scenarios on the cards include: Why did the transportation amount in the budget exercise increase? and What is the beginning balance for week two?
(2018)
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Managing Supplemental Activity - Spending Tracker
Learner Level:
Adult Learning
Resource type:
Activities, Handouts, Supplementals, Worksheets
Role:
Student/Learner
Help learners work through common scenarios with this two-page worksheet.

Participants are able to fill out a Spending Tracker and a Spending Analysis to better understand payments and expenses.
(2018)
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Managing Activity - NOW Category Signs
Learner Level:
Adult Learning
Resource type:
Activities, Supplementals
Role:
Educator/Host, Volunteer/Presenter
Help learners work through common scenarios with these three simple category signs: need, want, or obligation.
(2018)
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Managing Activity - Potential Purchase Cards
Learner Level:
Adult Learning
Resource type:
Activities, Supplementals
Role:
Educator/Host, Volunteer/Presenter
Help learners work through common scenarios with these 23 cards, each containing a word or phrase intended to spark thought about purchasing.

Phrases on the cards include: a reliable car; organic produce; health insurance; and a cell phone.
(2018)
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Managing Activity - Tabletop Signs
Learner Level:
Adult Learning
Resource type:
Activities, Supplementals
Role:
Educator/Host, Volunteer/Presenter
This is a simple 2-sided sign that reads "We're ready to share!" on one side, and "We're still working!" on the other side.
(2018)
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Volunteer Resources
Volunteer Handbook
Learner Level:
Elementary School, Middle School, High School, Postsecondary, Adult Learning
Resource type:
Volunteer Resources
Role:
Volunteer/Presenter
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Volunteer Resources
Foundations Redesign Overview Video
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Videos, Volunteer Resources
Role:
Volunteer/Presenter
Video: Watch
Volunteer Resources
Foundations Video Lessons
Learner Level:
Middle School, High School
Resource type:
Videos, Volunteer Resources
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian, Volunteer/Presenter
Video: Watch
Volunteer Resources
Instructions for Customizing Pathways Presentations
Learner Level:
High School, Postsecondary
Resource type:
Volunteer Resources
Role:
Volunteer/Presenter
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