FDIC’s “Money Smart for Young People”

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FDIC’s “Money Smart for Young People”

Southeastern Bank feels it’s important to educate your children at a young age on the ins and outs of finances.  The FDIC’s new Money Smart for Young People* series features four free age-appropriate curriculums that are designed to promote financial understanding in young people.  Money Smart for Young People curriculums are available for:

  • Grades Pre-K-2,
  • Grades 3-5,
  • Grades 6-8, and
  • Grades 9-12.

The innovative standards-aligned curriculums can be incorporated into subjects such as English language arts, Mathematics and Social Studies.  Special features of each curriculum are:

  • Multiple lessons that can be taught alone or in combination,
  • Ideas for grade-level modification,
  • Real-life exercises and examples, and
  • Suggestions for optional books or online games/tools that can reinforce student understanding.

Southeastern Bank hopes these help give your children a leg up in understanding finances and feeling confident in making financial decisions down the road. Interested in learning more?  Contact Southeastern Bank for information about accessing this information for the classroom!

*Source: FDIC

About Us: Southeastern Bank, established in 1888, has a long history of serving its customers and communities. From checking accounts and loans to investments and more, Southeastern Bank has the financial products you need most. Southeastern Bank has 10 locations throughout coastal Georgia and northeast Florida that include Brunswick, Callahan, Darien, Eulonia, Folkston, Hilliard, Kingsland, Nahunta, Richmond Hill and St. Simons Island.