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Resources For Adults - Teaching Your Kids about Money!

Teach Your Kids

Below are some resources for parents to help your children continue their financial education. There are articles, activities and more!

Videos

We have provided a complete list of useful videos related to financial education. All of these videos are freely available on Youtube.com at the time of publishing.

  • Penny You’re The One – Readeez
  • Nickelish – Readeez
  • Dime and Dime Again – Readeez
  • Quarterrific – Readeez
  • The Value of a Dollar – Readeez
  • “Coins!” – ABCmouse.com
  • Money money money – Rhonda Crigger
  • Counting with a leprechaun – Harry Kindergarten Music
  • What is a Bank? Lessons in Money for Kids – Chad Schiel
  • How Money Is Made – Reading Rainbow
  • Tax Man Max – Schoolhouse Rock
  • Dollars & Sense – Schoolhouse Rock
  • Where the money Goes – Schoolhouse Rock
  • 50 Once A Week – Schoolhouse Rock
  • Walking on Wall Street – Schoolhouse Rock
  • Barter – Schoolhouse Rock
  • Tyrannosaurus Debt – Schoolhouse Rock
  • Needs vs Wants – Get Wise ASB
  • How to make a budget – ASB
  • A story about borrowing – New Asia Connect
  • A story about spending wisely – New Asia Connect
  • A story about saving – New Asia Connect
  • Millionaire in the making – Teen Entertainment
  • 5 kids that are self-made millionaires – All 5!
  • 9 year old becomes millionaire EvanTubeHD – Promo Sean TV
  • 20 Self-made teenager millionaires – Wacky Wednesday
  • Invest it’s Best – DarrenIAm
  • ATM How it’s made – Science Channel
  • How coins are made Making Stuff – National Geographic Kids
  • The Berenstain Bears Get The Gimmies (pt 1 & pt 2) – IvideoXD
  • Sesame Street: For Me, For You, For Later – Elmo’s Three Jars – Sesame Street
  • The Berenstain bears on the job (pt 1 & pt 2) – IvideoXD
  • Career Day Bazillions – The Bazilliona
  • Supply and Demand for Kids – Business and Economics for Kidz
  • Supply and Demand (Ytube).mp4 – Jeff Short
  • Demand and Supply- EconMovies #4: Indiana Jones – ACDCLeadership
  • Supply and Demand in Frozen – Riley Thompson
  • The FoW – 8of10 – Supply, Demand and Price. Price and the Consumer – The Foundations of Wealth

Movies

We have provided a complete list of useful child appropriate movies related to financial education.

  • Ri¢hie Ri¢h (1994)
  • Lemonade in winter
  • DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp
  • Blank Check
  • Mickey & Minnie’s : Gift of the Magi

Books

We have provided a complete list of useful books related to financial education.

  • “A Bargain For Frances” by Russell Hoban
  • “A Chair for My Mother” by Vera B. Williams
  • “A Dollar For Penny” by Dr. Julie Glass
  • “A Job For Jenny Archer” by Ellen Conford
  • “A Quarter From The Tooth Fairy” by Caren Holtzman
  • “A Smart Girl’s Guide to Money” by Nancy Holyoke
  • “Alexander, Who Used to Be Rich Last Sunday” by Judith Viorst
  • “Amelia Bedelia Means Business” by Herman Parish
  • “An Orange for Frankie” by Patricia Polacco
  • “Arthur’s Pet Business” by Marc Brown
  • “Arthur’s TV Trouble” by Marc Brown
  • “Bea And Mr. Jones” by Amy Schwarz
  • “Ben Goes Into Business” by Marilyn Hirsch
  • “Boxes for Katje” by Candace Fleming
  • “Bunny Money” by Rosemary Wells
  • “But I’ve Used All My Pocket Change” by Lauren Child
  • “Carl Goes Shopping” by Alexandra Day
  • “Coat of Many Colors” by Dolly Parton
  • “Dollars and cents for Harriet” by Betsy Maestro
  • “Erandi’s Braids” by Antonio Hernández Madrigal
  • “Fancy Nancy and the Fabulous Fashion Boutique” by Jane O’Connor
  • “Follow the money” by Loreen Leefy
  • “Four Dollars and Fifty Cents” by Eric A. Kimmel
  • “How The Second Grade Got $8,205.50 To Visit The Statue Of Liberty” by Nathan Zimelman
  • “How to Steal a Dog” by Barbara O’Connor
  • “Isabel’s Car Wash” by Shelia Bair
  • “Jerome The Babysitter” by Eileen Christelow
  • “Just saving my money” by Mercer Mayer
  • “Just Shopping With Mom” by Mercer Mayer
  • “Leo And Emily’s Zoo” by Franz Brandenberg
  • “Making Cents” by Elizabeth Keeler Robinson
  • “Max’s Bunny Business” by Rosemary Wells
  • “Miss Fox’s Class Earns a Field Trip” by Eileen Spinelli
  • “Money Madness” by David A. Adler
  • “Money sense for kids” by Hollis Page Harman
  • “Money, Money Honey Bunny” by Marilyn Sadler
  • “Mrs. Pirate” by Nick Sharratt
  • “My First Job” by Julia Allen
  • “My Rows and Piles of Coins” by Tololwa M. Mollel
  • “National Geographic Kids Everything Money: A wealth of facts, photos, and fun!”
  • “No Time For Christmas” by Judy Delton
  • “Not So Fast Songololo” by Niki Daly
  • “One cent, two cent, old cent, new cent” by Bonnie Worth
  • “Ox-Cart Man” by Donald Hall
  • “Paddy’s Pay Day” by Alexandra Day
  • “Pedrito’s Day” by Luis Garay
  • “Pretty Penny Makes Ends Meet” by Devon Kinch
  • “Sheep In A Shop” by Nancy Shaw
  • “Something Special For Me” by Vera B. Williams
  • “The Berenstain Bears & Mama’s New Job” by Jan and Stan Berenstain
  • “The Berenstain Bears Get The Gimmes” by Jan and Stan Berenstain
  • “The Berenstain Bears Think of Those in Need” by Jan and Stan Berenstain
  • “The Berenstain Bears Trouble with money” by Jan and Stan Berenstain
  • “The Cinnamon Hen’s Autumn Day” by Sandra Dutton
  • “The Coin Counting Book” by Rozanne Lanczak Williams
  • “The Gift” by Aliana Brodmann
  • “The Gold Coin” by Alma F. Ada
  • “The Mighty Miss Malone” by Christopher Paul Curtis
  • “The Money We’ll Save” by Brock Cole
  • “The Purse” by Kathy Caple
  • “Those Shoes” by Maribeth Boelts
  • “Tight Times” by Barbara Shook Hazen
  • “Tom And Annie Go Shopping” by Barry Smith
  • “What are goods and services?” by Carolyn Andrews
  • “What are taxes?” by Baron Bedesky
  • “When Times are Tough” by Yanitzia Canetti
  • “Where the Mountain Meets the Moon” by Grace Lin
  • “Yard Sale” by James Stevenson