It's never too early to start teaching children about money, both in school and at home.
We created SmartPath Snacks for preschoolers to help them practice their A-B-Cs and 1-2-3s, while also learning about spending and saving, earning power, cash, and more. Our SmartPath Snacks videos deliver this content with a healthy helping of puppety fun!
And each SmartPath Snacks video is only about a minute long, to help keep little ones engaged.
Free Financial Literacy Videos For Kindergarten and Pre-K Students
$martPath pirates Blackbeard and Bebe are hoping to outwit British Captain Maynard, but soon realize that Maynard’s made the right purchasing decisions to catch them! Kids will enjoy the funny characters and story while practicing their math and counting.
Kevin is practicing his ABCs by coming up with creative money rhymes! In this video he uses the letter C to rap about the value of money and the different ways to use it. He suggests spending it, saving it, or giving it away.
Kevin uses the ABCs and the letter D to teach us about dimes. Dimes are worth ten cents. You can use ten pennies or two nickels to make ten cents as well! If you have ten dimes, you have a dollar and if you save up you might be able to buy some candy!
In this episode Kevin uses the ABCs and the letter G to teach us about goods. Goods are things you can buy that you can touch, like a cool hat or piece of candy. You need to earn money to buy goods.
Kevin uses the ABCs and the letter M to teach us about money. Money can be earned, saved, and shared. You need money to buy things, like flowers or a stuffed animal. Money comes in a lot of different forms; like cash, cards, or change
In this episode Kevin uses the ABCs and the letter O to teach us about the number one. One comes before two and after zero, and it is a very important number. It may seem like a small number, but adding zeros to it will make it bigger and bigger!
Kevin uses the ABCs and the letter S to teach us about saving. Saving means you keep your money, and it is the opposite of spending. Saving takes patience because you can’t spend your money right away, but if you save multiple times, it means you have more money to spend later!
Start Teaching Financial Literacy Confidently
$martPath makes it quick and easy to integrate financial literacy curriculum in your existing K-8 lesson plans.