Are you looking for a single tool to teach K-8th grade students about:
- Personal Finance
- Math, and
- Language Arts?
Look no further – Financial Foundations for Kids is available to Kansas schools for FREE!
About Financial Foundations for Kids (FF4Kids)
Created by Kansans for Kansas youth in 2005, the FF4Kids courseware contains a total of 28 hours of interactive learning for students in grades K-2, 3-5, and 6-8. Each of the 75 lessons provides approximately 20 – 50 minutes of instruction delivered by engaging age-appropriate characters, and over 350 interactive activities including 157 math exercises. FF4Kids is a comprehensive standards-based curriculum that helps integrate personal financial literacy and its underlying economic principles into existing language arts and math curriculums.
All Kansas schools can use FF4Kids at no cost. See links at the bottom of this page to access FF4K online. Schools may request a CD for your school that is able to be loaded on your school server for all to access. Teachers may also request to receive an access ID to use FF4Kids directly through the Internet. If your school has a membership to Kan-Ed Empowered Desktop then you should have access to the resource through that portal. Look for the little pink pig. QUESTIONS? Contact KCEE at (316) 978-5183 or firstname.lastname@example.org to request a free CD for your school or to answer any questions.
Visit the FF4Kids website (www.FF4kids.com) to access the following teachers resources:
- Online Web Tutorial with directions on using FF4Kids
- Access FF4Kids directly through the Internet
- Downloadable Teachers’ Guide with supplemental resources and classroom activities
- Online Pre-tests & Post-tests
- Bingo Game
- Flash Cards (coming Nov 2013)
- Activity Book (coming Dec 2013)
- Governor’s Award Certificates
- and more!
Want to find out more? Visit the website below to view the demo and interactive tutorial.