Teaching your family about saving, spending, and budgeting sets up your kids for success later in life. Below are various resources to help you have conversations with your kids about money topics. Who knows, maybe the adults will learn something, too.
Activity Sheets and Coloring Pages
Saving, Budgeting, and Giving activities are geared toward elementary school age kids, so you may need to adjust the activities based on the ages of your kids. Instructions and a list of items needed are included on each activity. Click on the icon to access the activities. Coloring pages are for all ages.
The Play Pack includes activities that are focused on currency, wants vs. needs, spending plans, budgeting, and saving. These fun worksheets are geared toward PreK - 1st grade.
This website has great tools from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) to help parents and caregivers talk to their kids about money. With lots of resources and tips, this site helps guide you in discussions about earning, spending, saving, budgeting, and more. Topics are broken out by age groups and include books that reinforce different money skills.
Practical Money Skills from Visa offers a wide array of tools to teach students (and adults) about money skills. The lesson plans for teacher and students are helpful for talking to kids about money. There are other fun ways to reinforce good money habits with interactive games and comic books. The lesson plans are divided by age groups and include a teacher guide and students pages.