General Financial Literacy
Students will evaluate saving methods and investment strategies.
Choose to Save Financial Calculators
A variety of financial calculators to help you make wise financial decisions.
Countdown to Retirement
Play out the career and lifestyle of your choice, and see if your decisions allow you to retire in luxury -- or keep you working until the day you die. It all depends on the choices you make in life and how well you manage your money.
Finance in the Classroom Teacher Resources
This site has incredible resources to help educators teach financial literacy concepts. You will find lesson plans, activities, books, videos and more.
Here's Your Chance to Make Millions in the Stock Market
In this 3-part series of lessons from EconEdLink, students will learn about the impact that efficient markets have on attempting to correctly time the stock market, as well as how investing in stocks should have long-term investment goals.
Test Your Money Smarts
Students can complete this online quiz to find out how much they know about money and investments.
Northwestern Mutual sponsors this site for economics education. Covers topics such as starting a business, government spending, saving, budgeting, and the role of individuals in the economy. Has lesson plans, quizzes, and games.
The Stock Market Game
Students: You know have a chance to invest a hypothetical $100,000 in real-time portfolio.
Timing Is Everything
In this lesson students will identify the opportunity cost of and incentives for spending and saving, and analyze and explain the relationship among time, amount saved, the interest rate and its impact on savings growth.
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