30.png

HIGH SCHOOL CURRICULUM

What is interest? Is it good or bad?

FitMoney's Investing Wisely unit helps students explore interest and what it means when owed versus earned.

 

Compound interest is one of the most powerful ways to save money, but can come with its risks. Explore the lesson guide below.

More Financial Literacy Curriculum

An icon of a book

Elementary
Curriculum

Our elementary school curriculum includes 4 to 6 math-aligned lessons per grade, with 31 lessons total. The pacing is around 1 hour per lesson, with additional extensions.

 

Preview a sample lesson on setting savings goals, tracking savings, and analyzing class savings data.

An icon of a book

Middle School
Curriculum

Our middle school curriculum features 18 real-life scenario lessons that can be taught in one year or over multiple years. The pacing is flexible and designed to be taught in 20-40 minutes, with additional challenges.

 

Preview a sample lesson on financial goal-setting. 

An icon of a book

High School
Curriculum

Our high school curriculum includes 25 lessons, divided between four thematic units. Lessons can be taught during a single semester or spread over the year. The pacing is 1 hour per lesson, with additional extensions.

 

Preview a sample lesson on investing and understanding interest.