FDIC Money Smart for Young People

Money Smart for Young People

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The FDIC’s new instructor-led Money Smart for Young People series consists of four free individual grade-level curriculum available for immediate download below. The materials are available for immediate download.

Video Overview https://youtu.be/1_0Z99U3m8Q

Grades Pre-K-2 Download https://catalog.fdic.gov/money-smart-young-people-pre-k-grade-2-downloadable

Grades 3-5 Download https://catalog.fdic.gov/money-smart-young-people-grades-3-5-downloadable

Grades 6-8 Download […]

Kids.gov on Pinterest!

Kids.gov Pinterest Has It All!

While there are plenty of useful resources out there on the internet, sometimes locating all the helpful ones can be a tedious task. With the Kids.gov Pinterest boards, you know you are always getting safe, fun and useful government information on a wide variety of […]

The Mint: Summer is for Saving

Summer – that magical season where kids are home all day and parents have to find unique, fun ways to keep them entertained.

From The Mint

Below are a few ideas that combine quality time with opportunities to reinforce important lessons about money smarts.

1. Grocery Game Show

Turn your next shopping trip into a […]

FTC’s Second Kids’ App Report Finds Little Progress in Addressing Privacy Concerns Surrounding Mobile Applications for Children

FTC’s Second Kids’ App Report Finds Little Progress in Addressing Privacy Concerns Surrounding Mobile Applications for Children

Kids’ Data Still Collected, Shared without Parents’ Knowledge, Consent

The Federal Trade Commission issued a new staff report, “Mobile Apps for Kids: Disclosures Still Not Making the Grade,” examining the privacy disclosures and practices of apps offered […]

It’s Back-to-School Time: Protecting Kids’ Identities

 

It’s Back-to-School Time: Protecting Kids’ Identities

As back-to-school time approaches, children may be thinking about meeting up with friends to share stories about their summer adventures. But when it comes to personal information, parents and kids need to be careful about sharing too much. These days the casual use of sensitive data (like a […]

FTC Advises Parents How to Protect Kids’ Personal Information at School

FTC Advises Parents How to Protect Kids’ Personal Information at SchoolA new school year usually means filling out paperwork like registration forms, health forms, and emergency contact forms, to name a few. The Federal Trade Commission wants parents to know that many school forms require personal and sensitive information that, in the wrong hands, […]

OnGuardOnline – Safeguarding Your Child Against Identity Theft

Safeguarding Your Child Against Identity Theft

FTC Division of Consumer & Business Education

Did you know that a child’s personal information can be stolen from somewhere as ordinary as a school or doctor’s office? In fact, the number of complaints to the FTC about child identity theft is on the rise. An adult may […]

Sammy Rabbit and It’s A Habit! – Featured Financial Literacy Program to Highlight California Financial Literacy Month – April 2012

Featured Financial Literacy Program to Highlight California Financial Literacy Month – April 2012

The CAFLM Blog will feature a financial literacy program every day in March (and possibly extending into April) to highlight California Financial Literacy Month, April 2012. To feature your financial literacy program, see the CAFLM Blog post dated January 31, 2012.

Today […]

Protect Kids Online – OnGuardOnline.gov

 

Protect Kids Online

Kids have lots of opportunities for socializing online, but they come with certain risks. Parents can help reduce these risks by talking to kids about making safe, responsible decisions. OnGuardOnline.gov provides information on protecting kids online.

Kids’ Privacy

Information about parents’ rights under the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA)

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Free Virtual Stock Market Game – We Seed

We Seed is an easy way to learn how to trade in the stock market. We Seed is a virtual stock market designed to encourage people to learn stock trading, without investing any real money. It’s more than a game. We Seed presents a virtual stock exchange where you make virtual trades and invest […]