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Middle School Lessons
For middle school students, FMFCU certified educators conduct hands-on lessons that encourage children to save and spend money wisely.
Needs & Wants
Students evaluate how income, values, and priorities affect wants and needs. They also analyze how wants and needs change over time, and learn the financial responsibility involved in running a household.
Students are introduced to a five-step decision-making model and grid system to analyze alternatives and considerations.
Save, Share, Spend, Earn
Each element is a responsible money management notion, thoroughly examined in light of related concepts learned through life experience like budgeting, investing, and retirement.
World of Work
Designed for students in grades eight and nine, this lesson introduces minors to the vocabulary and concepts necessary to understanding their rights as an employee.
Youth Financial Literacy Overview eBook
A complete listing of all elementary, middle, and high school lessons provided by Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union, with descriptions.