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Award-Winning Financial Literacy Resource for Kids
Today, more than ever before, it is imperative that we focus on financial literacy starting early on in a child’s life. Children are capable of understanding basic concepts and imbibing them from elementary school, and this strength needs to be capitalized so we can have a nation of well-rounded adults capable of making financially sound decisions later on in their lives.
Introducing Easy Peasy Finance, an award-winning kid-friendly resource that can be utilized by parents and educators alike to coach young minds about personal finance while keeping them engaged.
Easy Peasy Finance: Breaking down complex financial terms in a way that even kids and beginners can easily understand.
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Financial literacy is a key life skill, and it’s never too early or too late to start the personal finance journey.
These books explain complex concepts in a fun & engaging way for kids, tweens & teens, so they can grow into well-rounded adults capable of making sound financial decisions.
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Latest Videos Aligned with National Standards in
K-12 Personal Finance Education
Overall Competency: Apply strategies to monitor income and expenses, plan for spending and save for future goals.
Overall Competency: Develop strategies to control and manage credit and debt.
Overall Competency: Use a career plan to develop personal income potential.
Overall Competency: Implement a diversified investment strategy that is compatible with personal financial goals.
Overall Competency: Apply appropriate and cost-effective risk management strategies.
Overall Competency: Apply reliable information and systematic decision making to personal financial decisions.
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Meet the Adorable Characters
A rodeo champion from Texas, Sooper Cooper is a happy-go-lucky fellow who is new to the world of finance. He has recently moved to New York City, where he would learn basic concepts of personal finance from his friend Wall Street Willy.
Wall Street Willy
A stock broker at the New York Stock Exchange, Wall Street Willy grew up with Sooper Cooper and went to business school to learn about finance and investing. He is Sooper Cooper’s best friend since Kindergarten.
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