It’s never too early to start learning about financial education. Below you will find fun, engaging activities for students to get excited and interested in financial literacy including online courses, games, handouts, coloring pages, and more.
iQ's financial literacy journey starts with Financial Footings Pre-K. Students are introduced to coins and the dollar bill. By tracing, coloring, and matching, students will have fun learning the basics of money.
Students continue on the path of financial literacy with our Financial Footings K-2. Students in kindergarten through second grade learn how to identify currency, make decisions, and ways to earn money.
Adventure awaits with our Financial Footings 3-6 allowing students in grades third through sixth to familiarize themselves with key vocabulary words, how to set and achieve goals, and the benefits of investing. Through these activities, students have fun learning the importance of managing their money.
Learn how to count money, recognize coins and bills, and much more!
Learn about money, trading & bartering, supply & demand, and much more!
The adventures are endless by exploring topics of banking, budgeting, credit, investing and insurance. These topics help students learn the value of money and managing it. IQ seeks to help them build lifelong skills to better their financial future.
Banking is important to understand because participation in banking services is typically one‘s first exposure to the financial world. In this section, we introduce financial institutions, how they work, and how you can utilize them in managing your money.
Budgeting is the foundation of personal financial planning. Budgeting allows us to manage our money by tracking our income and expenses. Since every person is different, it is important to know how to create a budget to use for our own specific needs.
In today’s economy, it would be rare not to use credit to pay for large purchases, such as car repairs or any type of emergency situation. Credit can be an overwhelming topic, but understanding credit is critical for managing one‘s finances responsibly, as credit can affect many aspects of your life.
Purchasing insurance is a way to manage risk. In this course, you will learn what insurance is, why you need it, and how it works.
Investing is an excellent way to build wealth and achieve your financial goals in life. This course will help you understand the key principles of investing.
Building Financial Capability