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Choosing the RIGHT Financial Literacy Education Curriculum Program
for YOU and YOUR students or group

Sometimes choosing the right financial literacy education program or curriculum for your classroom, youth group, afterschool program or summer camp program can be challenging.

Although free programs abound, free doesn’t always get you the best financial education curriculum program because as with most things in life, you get what you pay for.

The BEST financial education curriculum programs look like this…

  • A financial education program that kids and teens thoroughly enjoy participating in. They look forward to it, can’t wait to play it, don’t dare miss class because they’ll miss learning something important.
  • A financial literacy program that actually makes them financially literate, i.e., they remember the material and can easily put it to use at the right time.
  • A financial education curriculum teachers (that’s you) enjoy teaching over and over again.
  • A financial literacy program that can easily be tailored to fit the number of students, age ranges required and time space you’re trying to fill.
  • A financial education program that is uniquely interactive, highly experiential, playful, and fun, and by fun, we mean you’ll find yourself laughing so hard at times your face hurts later!
  • A financial program that’s not afraid to examine the tough stuff…you know…the belief systems, stereotypes and cultural issues around money and wealth. This is the stuff that often makes or breaks a person’s ability to accumulate wealth in the first place.
  • A financial literacy program that actually teaches kids and teens the money and investing information they really need to create financial freedom and security for themselves and their families, SOONER than later. (Note: contrary to popular belief, compound interest and how to use credit cards are NOT the most important things kids need to learn about money).

FACT #1: The majority of financially free people didn’t get that way using any form of interest at all, unless they own a bank or loan out money as a business. They get and stay financially free by investing in assets that produce ongoing, regular, passive income.

FACT #2: Continuing to train and indoctrinate our upcoming generations to use credit, i.e., other people’s money, to buy things, isn’t the way to get out of this economic mess we’re in. Yes, teach them the dangers of it and yes, teach them to use credit as leverage to invest in assets but teach them to how to manage their own money wisely first.

See how YOUR financial literacy needs and OUR financial literacy programs intersect…

 

You have or need…

Creative Cash for
Kids or Teens

The Money Game Extra Activities Pak

The Money Game

The Money Game + Extra Activities

Camp Millionaire  (includes The Money Game)

Financial Literacy Training
Workshop Videos

Accelerated
Learning
Videos for
Financial Education

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3-6 hour program

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6-15 hour program or weekend camp

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15 plus hour program

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Semester or Summer Camp

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New Ideas

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Accelerated Teaching Techniques

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