We’re committed to helping you guide your students towards a successful financial future. Below are some outside resources and resources from Educators for your convenience.
Helpful Classroom Resources
Free virtual courses on financial literacy and education, geared toward various grade levels. Courses include 3D games, models, simulations, social media, activities and more to deliver lessons to students
This program is a free classroom resource for middle school and high school students you can use to teach students real-world budgeting and spending decision making.
Students learn work-readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy skills through this experiential learning program available to students in kindergarten through 12th grade.
Make A Difference Wisconsin
All teens deserve to feel confident with money. Our compassionate volunteers lead proven lessons at partner educator and community sites that empower teens to make positive, life-changing behaviors in budgeting, saving, credit and spending.
National Council on Economic Education
Get over 500 lesson plans for general financial education for Grades K-12. Search by grade, economic concept, or national standard.
Next Gen Personal Finance
Next Gen Personal Finance is a free resource for teachers to use to help in lesson planning and activates for personal finance topics
Educators in the Classroom
Staff from Educators can do a classroom presentation on a variety of topics. We have a wide variety of presentations available.
- Checking 101: How to maintain a healthy checking account.
- Buying vs. Leasing a Car: How to make informed decisions about buying or leasing a car.
- Build a Better Budget: How to make your dollars work for you.
- Credit 411: What you really need to know about credit and credit cards.
- Basics of Personal Finance: Helping you understand the basic rules of budgeting, spending and saving.
If your class is in need of a guest speaker on any financial topic, we’re happy to work with you and develop a presentation that will have the most impact for your students.
Please provide two weeks advance notice for scheduling a classroom presentation.