For Me, For You, For Later
An interactive guide for educators to teach financial education concepts and skills to young children.
This series includes a collection of Sesame Street resources that aim to help educators teach financial education concepts to young children.
These sessions are designed to be implemented as activities with young children and include helpful language, digital resources to use and share, and hands-on activities to bring concepts to life. Providers are invited to use the ideas and activities in ways that complement their work.
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Session 1: Welcome
Building financial education skills can start at any age.
Session 2: Making Choices
Opportunities to practice making simple choices can lead to thoughtful decision-making about spending, sharing, and saving.
Session 3: V Is for Value
Children can grow to understand that the things people spend money on have costs as well as value.
Session 4: Money Basics
You can introduce the concept of money with simple language.
Session 5: Spending, Sharing, and Saving
You can help children understand more about money by talking about three ways people use it: spending, sharing, and saving.
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