The Financially Lit curriculum connects with children, engages them in the learning process, and inspires them to take positive financial action. The lesson plans focus on creating positive financial habits and relationships with money that will serve children throughout their lifetimes.
Delivering compelling, relevant content using examples and vernacular to which students can easily relate increases retention rates and makes the process more enjoyable for students and educators alike. Hands-on activities and project-based learning get the students to take action around their personal finances. Students who complete the full course come away with real-world action steps that can ensure their personal financial well-being.
The Financially Lit curriculum covers core areas with a direct impact on one’s personal finances. Topics were selected based on 8 years of refinement, research of existing standards, review of academic studies, suggestions from our Curriculum Advisory Board, and feedback from organizations around the globe.