Search our premier online library of teaching resources to find a varied selection of engaging programs designed to offer interactive and challenging approaches for children of all ages—elementary through high school— to experience real-life financial issues that are part of everyday life.
Bite of Reality - Offered by the Richard Myles Johnson Foundation, Bite of Reality is a hands-on app based simulation that appeals to teens while giving them a taste of real-world financial realities. Teens are given a fictional occupation, salary, spouse and family, student loan debt, credit card debt, and medical insurance payments.
The Bay Area Financial Education Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the financial literacy of SF Bay Area youth. We offer resources and support for high school economics teachers, and provide classes on the basics of personal finance led by industry professionals for high schools, colleges and youth organizations. Learn more at www.bafef.org.