Financial Literacy Programs for Schools
If you want to teach financial literacy for kids, you’re in the right place. PNWFCU has hired teacher Kristin Mullady to develop these K-12 financial literacy programs in compliance with the Oregon State Standards for each grade. And it’s free and ready to use!
This financial education curriculum makes learning about money fun and engaging for each grade level. All modules include worksheets, instructions, and everything you need to teach online or in the classroom.
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Fill out our Post Lesson Survey for a chance to win a $100 Amazon eCard! It is our goal to provide our instructors with lessons that are easy to teach and engaging for students. Teach one of our modules, fill out our survey, and you are automatically entered to win $100. We will draw 3 winners per month through the end of the year. Winners will be announced on our Teaching Money Skills Facebook page.
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Work With Our Financial Literacy Teacher
As a math and science teacher at Jackson Middle School, Kristin gained unique curriculum development skills that reached outside the scope of traditional textbook instruction.
Now Kristin has developed these K-12 financial education programs to help kids all across Oregon learn about money. Teachers can download the curriculum and start using it right away, or bring Kristin in to teach the classes. She’s available to teach in the greater Portland Metro and Hood River area.
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Join our Facebook group to get access to the latest lesson plans, ask questions, and collaborate with other teachers. Let’s work together to empower the next generation with the skills they need for life!
Questions or Suggestions? Get in Touch
Contact us with any questions, suggestions, or to request Kristin to teach in your classroom.