In response to the rapid transition to virtual and home learning due to the COVID-19 crisis, the Economic Education Center has compiled a list of resources that can be used for K-12 audiences. These resources provide access to free, high-quality online content that can be used by educators, parents, students, and others. The resources include webinars, online learning modules, videos, podcasts, interactives, lesson plans, readings, and more. The resources cover elementary, middle, and high school levels. Please share with your networks of educators, schools, and families.
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Common Sense Economics
Free online modules, videos, podcasts, readings, interactives, and more.
Free economics and personal finance resources for K-12, including online courses, videos, podcasts, readings, lesson plans, and more.
Free K-12 lesson plans, online interactives, and videos related to economics and personal finance.
Council for Economic Education Webinars
Upcoming and on-demand webinars on economics and personal finance topics, resources, and pedagogy.
Personal finance resources for kids, teens, parents, and teachers.
Marginal Revolution University
Free economics resources, including great videos, lessons, games, and assessments.
Free educational videos, courses, learning tools, eBooks, and current events for economics, personal finance, and other subjects.
Gen i Revolution
Free online game teaching students personal finance skills in a series of 16 missions.
Financial Fitness for Life Parent Guide
Free guide to help parents engage K-12 children about personal finance.
Financial Literacy Bingo Cards
Free bingo cards for elementary, middle, and high school students with creative financial literacy tasks to complete.
Game-based courses, interactive tools, and readings about personal finance for elementary, middle, and high school students