Stand-alone videos to teach students
economic concepts

Megan Pipus and her parrot puppet Bebe

Bebe Learns About Opportunity Cost

Students learn about the loss of potential gain when one path is chosen

blackbeard the pirate on board his ship

Blackbeard Learns A Lesson

Students learn that resources are limited

Kevin puppet laying on a pile of money

Five Thousand Dollars!

Students learn about earnings, income, and budgets

Fun and bowling video poster

Fun and Bowling

Students learn how to weigh the costs and benefits of a scenario before making a decision.

Goodboy gets his name video poster

Good Boy Gets His Name

Students Learn About Goods & Services

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Kevin Becomes Famous

Students learn about methods of payment

more marshmallows video poster

More Marshmallows

Students learn about delayed gratification, and how patience can pay off.

Plan for every season video poster

Plan For Every Season

Students learn about the value of budgeting, and tracking spending to cover your needs, and some of your wants.

Still image from the Ronan and Ramona and Flea the frog music video

Ronan & Ramona Go To Stinkland

Students learn the value of saving money for big purchases

The set of the scarcity cat video

Scarcity Cat Learns to Price Just Right

Students learn about selling goods and setting the right price

Thank you mr. magic video poster

Thank You, Mr. Magic!

Students learn about methods of payment, earnings, and savings

Rats run through the aisles video poster

Wheat Bread, Fruit, or Cheese?

Students learn about wants and needs, and shopping with a budget in mind

$martPath Snacks

Bite-Sized Financial Literacy Videos for Preschool & Kindergarten Students.

Because it's never too early to start teaching children about money, both in school and at home.

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Meet Megan

At the age of ten, Megan Piphus was introduced to ventriloquism. In 2008, Megan was featured on the Oprah Winfrey program, "The World’s Smartest and Most Talented Kids".

Megan graduated valedictorian of her class at Princeton High School in Cincinnati in 2010, and her speech featuring her and her puppet, George, became a hit on YouTube. In 2012, Megan appeared on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno".

In June of 2013, Megan appeared on the NBC show, "America’s Got Talent". Then, in April of 2018, Megan appeared on FOX's "Showtime at the Apollo with Steve Harvey". Megan also found the time to earn a bachelor’s degree in Economics and master’s degree in Finance fromVanderbilt University.

Megan joined the $martPath puppet project in 2017 and wrote all of the songs included in the videos. She also collaborated with Cincinnati music legend (and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer) Bootsy Collins, who produced two of the $martPath puppet songs.

Megan is also now the first Black female puppeteer on Sesame Street, performing as Gabrielle!

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Start Teaching Financial Literacy Confidently

$martPath makes it quick and easy to integrate financial literacy curriculum in your existing K-8 lesson plans.

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