Middle School

Middle school is a great time to get students started on a solid financial success path. Each unit includes:

  • One student video introducing key personal finance concepts from the Council for Economic Education (CEE) financial literacy standards.
  • Three standards-aligned classroom activities—English Language Arts, Math, and Social Studies.
  • One educator video that guides your instruction with best practices.
Unit 1

Being Financially Responsible

Help your students map out their financial success with budgeting basics. Examine different budget frameworks and map them to a variety of real-life scenarios.

  • 1 Student Video
  • 1 Educator Guide Video
  • 3 Classroom Activities

Explore Unit 1 : Being Financially Responsible

Unit 2

Getting Paid

Explore the relationship between education, careers, and income. Students will have the opportunity to understand this relationship through statistical analysis, research, and cultural comparison.

  • 1 Student Video
  • 1 Educator Guide Video
  • 3 Classroom Activities

Explore Unit 2 : Getting Paid

Unit 3

Paying Yourself First

How can you get the most from your money? Take your students on a journey to understand savings and compound interest.

  • 1 Student Video
  • 1 Educator Guide Video
  • 3 Classroom Activities

Explore Unit 3 : Paying Yourself First