Prior to remote work, work had begun on the social studies instructional strategies and supports to supplement the standards and model curriculum. The work was not completed prior to the COVID-19 shutdown but the draft version of partially completed document is what is being shared with educators.
A collection of financial literacy lesson plans from EconEdLink for grades K-12. The search results can be further refined by National Standards in Economics, National Standards in Financial Literacy, Common Core ELA, and Common Core Math standards, instructional strategy (e.g. direct instruction, interactive lesson), and personal finance concept.
A collection of financial literacy activities and mini-lessons from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. The search results can be further refined by national standard (Council for Economic Education or Jump$tart Coalition), student setup (e.g. full group, pairs, small group), duration, and teaching strategy used.
This financial literacy content package is a collection of educator-curated instructional materials to support the planning and money management strand of the Ohio Financial Literacy Learning Standards for the middle grades 7-8. Click View Resource to explore the package or Remix to make a copy for your own use.
This link points to search results on the Jump$tart Clearinghouse that lists all free comprehensive curricula or lessons about financial literacy for grades K-12. The Jump$tart Clearinghouse is the premier online resource for educators, parents, students and others to find effective, financial education resources from various sources. When searching for resources, you may want to refer to our Best Practices for guidance.
A full course presented by Khan Academy that features video lectures, short activities, and assessments in units on Saving and Budgeting, Interest and Debt, Investments and Retirement, Income and Benefits, Housing, Car Expenses, Taxes, Paying for College, and Keeping Your Information Safe.
This lesson guides students through web sites that examine Economic and personal finance careers that are typically of interest to 3rd- through 5th-grade students. By completing the steps outlined in the lesson, the students will explore careers and report their findings.
You can learn a lot about a time period from newspapers published at that time – anxieties, sources of entertainment, local and national events and more. A variety of publishers produced newspapers, each with their own point of view. This activity focuses on articles from newspapers published by labor unions during World War II in the 1940s.