During this unique time in our community, we are doing our part to help ensure students continue their JA education at home and help parents make the most out of at-home learning.
Have ideas on other resources you’d like to see added? Send us a line.
Instagram Live Learning
Please join us in the mornings (Tuesday-Thursday at 10 a.m.) on Instagram for live lessons around managing money, succeeding in our future careers and thinking entrepreneurially!
Follow us on Instagram at @JAArizona! See you there.
Instagram Live Learning Schedule
MONEY MANAGEMENT & FINANCIAL LITERACY
JA Financial Terms Dictionary
JA Risk and Insurance – Upper Elementary Grades Interactive Game
Bank of America (grades 1-3): How to teach children the basics of budgeting
Bank Teller Computations (you can find the answer key here)
Cha-Ching Money Management Video: Earn, Save, Spend & Donate
Cha-Ching Money Management Video: Saving for Success
Choosing a Financial Institution
Compare and Contrast Payment Methods
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Money As You Grow
Education.com (includes free worksheets and printables)
FDIC Money Smart lessons
Goods and Services
Interest in Your Favor
John’s Shopping Day
Learning economics with Minecraft (3rd-5th grades)
Money Math Worksheets & Printable Practice – for Kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade and 3rd grade
Money Resource Guide Games for Kids
Money Tracker and BINGO (here’s a video on how to fill in the tracker!)
PBS LearningMedia Short Videos (topics include Learning to Save, Eating out Vs. At Home, Saving Over Time, Spend, Save, Share, How a check works, Early Savers, etc.)
Teaching kids about money at home
The Debit Card Transaction
The Pet Watcher
U.S. Mint h.i.p Pocket Change Games & Resources
U.S. News & World Report book recommendations
Wells Fargo: Hands-on Banking
CAREER EXPLORATION & WORK READINESS
Bureau of Labor Statistics Career Exploration
Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupation VideosCommunity Helpers Matching Game worksheet
Extended Learning Opportunity: Be an Architect: Be an architect for a day. Build a model of a bridge that might one day support your family as you drive across it. Use paper and tape to build a bridge between two chairs without it touching the floor. Test it out by putting objects of different weights on it. Redesign if needed!
Extended Learning Opportunity: Be an Engineer
JA Video Library
BizKids$ Starting Your Own Business Interactive Games
Brightly books recommendations
My Entrepreneurial Traits
Post-It Note Discovery
The Color of Resources Game
The Money Jar Podcasts
What is Free Enterprise?
Yahoo! Finance Teaching Children How to Be Entrepreneurs
JA Excellence Through Ethics
Economics Word Search (see the answer key here)
My Family Flag
Other JA Online Learning Resources
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