Activities & Resources Overview
Preparing young people for a bright financial future.
The earlier in life kids start learning vital money skills, the better prepared they are for the future. From classroom curricula to games and activities, these financial literacy resources can help put pre-K—12 students on a path toward their best life.
Learn more about National Standards for Personal Financial Education, and see how your state’s doing in the Next Gen Personal Finance 2020–2021 State of Financial Education Report.
Since 2004, Charles Schwab Foundation has partnered with Boys & Girls Clubs of America to create and deliver Money Matters: Make It CountSM. Thanks to this program, over 1 million teens have learned critical money management skills, such as goal setting, budgeting, and saving.
Get free financial literacy lesson plans developed by teachers for teachers. Search by grade level for engaging projects, made available by DonorsChoose and Charles Schwab Foundation.
Next Gen Personal Finance
Access free online games that engage kids in decision-making around paying for college, budgeting, investing, and more.