Educator Resources

Living for Today — Planning for Tomorrow

Budget Bingo Q & A
Instructions | Questions and Answers | Cards | Answer Sheet (All in PDF)

Consumer Quest
Questions (PDF)  | Instructions | Layout | Numbers | Questions | Save | Spend | Credit | Bank | Title | Wheel | Categories | Questions on Cards

Consumer Quiz
Consumer Quiz Show is a fun interactive game for ages 13 – 18 that teaches about financial management.  It was designed to be played with a group of at least 13 and no more than 22.  It takes approximately one hour to complete.
Instructions | Title Page | Category Page
Categories: A Closer Look | Bank Service | Buying online | Checking Accounts | Consumer Scams | Credit Problems | Getting Credit | Shopping Strategies | The Fine Print | Using Credit

The Bean Game
(PDF)

Budget Envelopes
(PDF)

 

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Publications

Publication Number: P2399
Publication Number: IS1762
Publication Number: P2433

News

Filed Under: Family, Youth Financial Literacy July 7, 2011

By Keri Lewis
MSU Ag Communications

MISSISSIPPI STATE – Summer jobs, lemonade stands and family vacations make summer the perfect time to talk about money matters, and free resources can help parents and children make sense of a complex issue.

Children are more likely to learn the money lessons they will need as adults when parents use real-life situations, said Sheri Worthy, professor in Mississippi State University’s School of Human Sciences.

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