It's never too early to start learning about personal finance!

Spark your children's curiosity and improve their financial literacy with Practical Money Skills' award-winning program. You'll find age-appropriate Lesson Plans that include activities, quizzes, and games to make it fun to learn about money management!

Find your child's grade below and click the corresponding link to view Lesson Plans and Activities from Practical Money Skills:

Pre K — Grade 2

These activities for the very young include simple but important lessons like recognizing different coins and understanding what they're worth.

Grades 3 — 6

As children get older, they can start to learn about more complex financial topics like saving money, comparison shopping and managing their allowance.

Grades 7 — 8

Junior high school students can prepare for the real world with these activities. Lessons include making financial decisions and credit card basics.

Grades 9 — 12

High schoolers learn about relevant financial skills like managing a salary, buying a car, using credit wisely, budgeting, and avoiding debt.


After learning financial basics, college students build on their skills with lessons like managing credit cards, living on their own and budgeting for school.