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High School Resources for Teaching Students at Home

Help your teen put concepts learned into real-life practice and build solid money management skills before entering adulthood. Teaching teens about basic financial concepts can help improve their money management skills.

Some of the skills you can help your teens learn about at home may include:

  • Managing money earned through work (like a summer or a part-time job)
  • Making financial goals (short- and long-term)
  • Understanding and learning about the wise use of credit
  • Protecting against identity theft
  • Managing debt
  • Saving toward a goal (like a bike, car or college fund)

These lessons, games and apps can enhance students’ financial education while you are teaching them at home:

The Payoff

The Payoff

Join Alex and Jess in the immersive The Payoff game, playing the role two up-and-coming video bloggers.

"The Practical Money Skills for Life site is a perfect resource for enhancing and supporting the Personal Financial curriculum at our school."

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Cindy Talley

Filmore Central High School
Geneva, NE