SmartPath Forward: How To Make Financial Literacy Fun for Lifelong Skills

Teaching children about financial literacy not only equips them with essential life skills but also instills in them a sense of responsibility and empowerment when it comes to managing money. By introducing concepts like budgeting, saving, and investing at a young age, we are setting them up for a future where they can make informed…

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$martPath Forward: Teaching Teens About Credit Cards

  Navigating the world of credit cards can be a daunting task for teens. However, it’s an idea they must comprehend to navigate life and establish a solid financial future. In this guide, we hope to demystify the world of credit cards for teens. We’ll provide an action plan for teens to learn to use…

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$martPath Forward: Explaining Needs & Wants

As teachers, we have the wonderful opportunity to equip our students with essential life skills. One fundamental lesson that can have a lasting impact is understanding the difference between wants and needs. This knowledge helps students make smart financial decisions and navigate life’s many choices. Here’s a guide for introducing this topic to your students…

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$martPath Forward: Tips for Teachers

Teaching is hard, life changing work. But the right tools can make that work a little easier, and a little more fun for educators as well as students. We’ve created a blog with classroom strategies and suggestions for educators looking to build their skills in teaching financial and economic education to kids. In these blog…

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