2. PracticalMoneySkills.com has a section for Financial Literacy for Everyone. It includes lesson plans for all ages, and information for teachers.
I have another resource to add that is free. My kids have been using the materials from The Actuarial Foundation. The link is http://www.actuarialfoundation.org/programs/youth_education.shtml. The high school materials are the "Building Your Future" materials. These have both student and teacher manuals.
(Also, the other four links also take one to another place on your site.)
Thanks for the good resources.
When I click on the MoneySKILL link, it takes me to another place on your blog. Thought you'd like to know.
Thanks so much for these links! Just within the last couple of days I have been thinking about something along these lines for my 16 year old son. You are a blessing!
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