Consumer Jungle - Promoting Consumer Literacy for Young Adults: http://www.consumerjungle.org/
Your Own Career: http://ecedweb.unomaha.edu/entrepreneur/guide.pdf
Economics Lessons for Secondary Students
Kids' Bank.com: http://www.kidsbank.com/index.asp
Lessons for Life: ftp://ftp.publicdebt.treas.gov/marmmath.pdf
Money related lesson plans
Personal Finanace in the Economics
Lessons are customized by state
Practical Money Skills: http://www.practicalmoneyskills.com/english/teachers/
Lessons are listed by grade level, starting with Preschool-Grade 2 and ending with college
Money Wise Teen: http://www.moneywiseteen.org/portal/home
YourMoneyCounts.com, an online guide to financial and credit education, is available in both English and Spanish. The site provides articles, tools and calculators designed to help people understand more about saving, spending and borrowing.
Tips for Kids: http://www.tipsforkids.com/educators.html
Tips for Kids is an education program that puts students in real-life situations where they can apply critical thinking and problem-solving skills. This hands-on learning program provides a variety of projects, activities and discussion opportunities that can be integrated into almost any subject area. The program enables students to get a head start on understanding economics, personal finance, business concepts and the nationally recognized SCANS* skills. Tips for Kids is recommended for middle school age or older students. However, individual modules or tasks may be appropriate for all ages.
Street Journal, Classroom Edition: http://www.wsjclassroomedition.com/index.html
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