We want our communities and customers of all ages to thrive by having the right financial education and tools. From teaching the smallest ones how to save, to learning how to manage your money for the first time, to ensuring you stay safe against scammers – we’re here to help! We’ve complied a list of resources for you to check out below.
Grades K-8 Resources
How to Talk to Your Kids about Money: Helpful tips for parents to start the conversation with their family.
Money Talks: Includes a maze and word find – a fun way to teach kids!
Needs vs. Wants Coloring Pages: Two pages for kids to color while you have a conversation about the difference between needs and wants.
Spot the Difference: Find the 10 differences between the two pictures and help your kids understand what a bank all does.
High School/Young Adult Resources
Jump$tart’s Reality Check: Perfect for high school and college-aged students. An interactive way to see if you can really afford the life you think you can.
Lights, Camera, Save: Check out these fun videos created by teens for teens teaching about the value of saving money and using it wisely.
6 Financial Traps for New College Grads: Learn about the common mistakes young adults make after graduation.
Paying for College: Being informed helps you make smart decisions. Use this CFPB resource for help.
Top 10 Personal Finance Tips for College Students: Master your personal finances with these quick and effective 10 tips.
Resources for All Ages
Make A Budget: Use this interactive worksheet to help manage your money.
CONversations about Cons: Did you know that in 2018, more than 3 million people reported a scam to the Federal Trade Commission totaling $1.48 billion in losses? Think this only happens to seniors, you’d be surprised! Make sure you know how to best protect yourself.
The Road to Financial Responsibility: Infographic with helpful tips for parents with students ages K-12.