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Teacher Resources

Resources for the Classroom

  • Top Ten Teen Financial Tips
  • EcEdWeb – Resources for economics teachers from K–12 to college/university level, as well as links to other websites with economic information.
  • Center for Entrepreneurship & Economic Education – Sponsored by the University of Missouri-St. Louis and affiliated with the Missouri Council on Economic Education.
  • EconEdLink – Classroom-tested, Internet-based economic lesson materials for grades K-12.
  • H.I.P. Pocket Change – The U.S. Mint’s educational site for kids.
  • Jump$tart: Financial Smarts for Students – Activities, information and resources from the Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy, which promotes personal finance education for grades K-12.
  • MV=PQ: A Resource for Economic Educators – Ideas and discussions about economic and financial literacy issues. This blog is an outreach service of The Powell Center for Economic Literacy.
  • The Stock Market Game – “The Stock Market Game,” an electronic educational simulation program designed to help students in grades 4-12 learn more about economics, finance and the American economic system.
  • Wise Pockets World – University of Missouri-St. Louis site that helps kids, parents and teachers learn about managing money.
  • It’s Your Paycheck – A personal finance curriculum for high school classrooms.