A solid understanding of financial basics helps children and
young people develop skills and habits they can use for the rest of their lives. We’ve gathered a variety
of resources that will help them—and you—get started.
Our Resource Center includes helpful articles for young adults on topics such as managing credit
cards, buying a first car, handling student loans, and more.
Developed by the Financial Literacy and Education Commission, this site includes games, fun
activities, websites, video games, and information about money for kids and young people on how to
save money, what to think about when shopping and buying, and how to a budget and plan.
The National Credit Union Association put together a great collection of information, including
links to activities and apps geared for kids as well as educational tools that address a variety of
topics such as saving for college and buying your first car.
This bureau of the Department of the Treasury has put together a collection of fun games for
children that teach them about identifying and counting coins and how coins are made. It also
includes a large suite of tools for educators at different grade levels.