We believe teaching students money skills will help them have a better tomorrow!
We're committed to supporting youth financial literacy programs. All programs and materials are FREE.
Thrive by Five is a series of lessons and activities to help teach money basics to small children. It’s a great teaching tool for parents, home school, pre-school and kindergarten classrooms
FETCH (Financial Education Teaches Children Healthy Habits) is a fun, interactive board game that teaches kids basic financial literacy. Guided by credit union staff, students form competitive teams for an adventure through a dog park where they must purchase items for their dog and save as much money as possible, while encountering a mixture of risks and rewards along the way.
Great Minds Think: A Guide to Money is a financial literacy activity book to help teach the basic concepts of financial decision making about earning, budgeting, spending and saving money! It can also be sent home to show parents how to start a conversation about financial responsibility.
Banzai Junior is an interactive, online financial literacy course that challenges students to make wise financial decisions. By working through real-life scenarios, they try to save for a new bike (or hoverboard). Sign up
Grades 7- 12
Banzai Teen is an interactive, online financial literacy course that gives teens an opportunity to work through real-life financial issues in a safe environment. Students face unforeseen challenges and quirky scenarios as they try to reach their goal of saving for college. Sign up
Ask us about scheduling a classroom presentation on one of the following topics:
- Money Management
- The Importance of Budgeting and Saving
- Credit Scores and How to Use Credit Wisely
*Limited availability; please schedule at least 60 days before your anticipated event.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (740) 597-2800 with questions about our programs or to schedule one of these great programs.