Here you will find online sites that will help you to learn about finance and business.

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  • Common Sense Economics is a website that includes instructor resources, student resources, and includes links to some economics activities and comics.
  • EconoEd Link -"High school students have rarely been asked to look at their future beyond where they will be going to college or what job they think they will have. This lesson asks you to think in a long-term perspective. By using a timeline, something you should be familiar with from past history classes, you can map out the major events in your lives: when you start working full time, buy your first house, get married, retire and finally die."
  • Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis - We have award-winning, FREE classroom resources for K-12 educators to use to teach about money and banking, economics, personal finance and the Federal Reserve.
  • Jump$tart is a national coalition of organizations dedicated to improving the financial literacy of pre-kindergarten through college-age youth by providing advocacy, research, standards and educational resources. Jump$tart strives to prepare youth for life-long successful financial decisionmaking.

  • MoneyAndStuff.Info- is available for teachers, parents and students.
  • MyMoney.gov provides information about and links to a collection of federal guides and curricula for teaching financial capability concepts.
  • The Ohio Insurance Institute offers free teaching materials including: on-line "edu-games", brochures, live guest speakers, and CDs/DVDs for classroom use.
  • The Pathway to Financial Success Start students on the right foot with these tools for Financial Literacy Month and beyond.
  • Practical Money Skills – Financial Literacy for Everyone - access free educational resources, including personal finance articles, games and lesson plans, videos and various calculators



GAMES


  • Financial Entertainment - Offers award winning online games designed to improve personal financial capability, self-confidence and knowledge.
  • Financial Football is a fast-paced, interactive, NFL-themed game that engages students while teaching them money management skills. Teams compete by answering financial questions to earn yardage and score touchdowns. Recommeded for ages 11-18.
  • Gen I Revolution - Developed for middle school and high school students, this online game gives your students the chance to learn important personal finance skills as they play and compete against fellow classmates. The game includes fifteen Missions in which students attempt to help people in financial trouble.
  • Wall Street Survivor lets users navigate the stock market without investing any real money. Players are given a fictional $100,000 cash portfolio to start trading real stocks in real time, providing the foundation for students to understand better how investing works. (FREE)