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.


FINANCIAL LITERACY & MONEY MANAGEMENT

JA Bank Teller Computations (You can find the answer key here) (Activity) – Help the bank teller count bills and coins by solving problems

JA Choosing a Financial Institution (Activity) – Help customers find the financial institution that meets their needs

JA Current Economic Climate: Proactive Planning (Activity) – Parent or teacher-led: Understand the current economic climate

JA Financial Terms Dictionary (Reading) – Explore the definitions of common financial literacy terms

JA History of Prices (Reading and Activity) – Find out how people’s needs affect the pricing of goods

JA How to Calculate a Monthly Car Payment (Activity) – Learn how to calculate your car payment using the rate, loan term and loan amount

JA Interest in Your Favor (Activity) – Discover how interest-bearing savings accounts can help people buy big-ticket items

JA $ave: Do You Have a Great Idea? (Activity) – Do you have a great idea? You could start a business!

JA $ave: Money Doubles by the Rule of 72 (Activity) – Learn how to use the power of compound interest to earn significant money in the future!

JA $ave: Planning for College (Activity) – Explore how to analyze and pay for college tuition

JA Searching for Savings (Activity) – Parent or teacher-led: Teaches kids how to save money using coupons

JA Track Income and Spending Budget Sheets for Students (Activity) – Create a budget and track your saving and spending

JA Why Countries Trade (Online Activity) – Discover which countries specialize in export products and how to use them to create a product of your own

Discovery Education: Money Matters (Videos) – Make your dreams come true with smart planning and managing your money

Financial Literacy Resources (Reading and Activities) – Parent or teacher-led: Lessons to teach kids about financial literacy

Hands On Banking (Free Online Courses) – Learn how to start saving and boost your earning power to reach your goals and dreams

How to help your middle schooler set a savings goal (Reading) – Guide students through the basics of spending and saving

IRS.gov Understanding Taxes Lessons (Activities and Games) – Interested in uncovering the mysteries behind taxes?

It’s a Money Thing (Videos) – Explore videos on good vs. bad spending, tuition, job interviews, checking accounts, and more!

Making Cents: Financial Literacy for Young Learners (Videos) – Watch these 5 short 45-second videos: Credit Score, Long-Term Investing, Buying a Car, Writing a Check, and Social Media to learn more about money

Money As You Grow (Reading) – Learn how to grow your child’s money skills, habits, and attitudes!

Money Smart for Young People (Videos and Activities) – Parent or teacher-led: Lessons on money, earning, saving, goals and more!

Teaching kids about money at home (Reading) – Parent tips on how to discuss money with your kids

U.S. Mint h.i.p Pocket Change (Games and Videos) – Learn all about U.S. coins: how they are made, their history, and coins in outer space!


CAREER EXPLORATION

JA Assembling Your Career (Online App) – Learn about STEM careers and ways to prepare for them while still in school

JA Be an Engineer: Build a Robot (Activity) – Create a robot using STEM skills

JA Career Goal Pocket Guide (Activity) – Are you committed to reaching your career goals? Complete and keep this guide as a reminder of those goals!

JA Global Workforce (Activity) – Have you ever thought about being part of the global workforce and working in another country? Here’s what you need to know!

JA My Way (Interactive Online Activities) – Keep your career goals on track through learning about your personality, career options, resumes saving for college, and more!

JA Self-Knowledge Treasure Hunt (Reading and Activity) – Identify your skills, interests, and values to help you focus on what jobs and careers you might like

JA STEMBOT (Interactive Game) – Learn about STEM careers and practice STEM skills while solving puzzles and playing games

Career Exploration (Videos, Games Activities) – Explore different careers by completing games and puzzles

Career Exploration Videos (Videos) – Watch and learn about interesting careers

Match Me to the Perfect Career (Online Quiz) – A 5-minute quiz to see which careers match your interests


WORK READINESS

JA Innovative Ideas: U.S. Patent Scavenger Hunt (Activities and Games) – Learn about patents and trademarks by playing interactive games

JA MyBiz Builder (Online App) – Interactive business plan builder to research, plan and run your own business

JA Positive Brand Word Bank (Activity) – Analyze your traits, skills, and where you want to grow

BizKids$ Starting Your Own Business Interactive Games (Games, Online Courses, Videos) – An engaging course for kids to learn the secrets of millionaires at their own pace

 


ENTREPRENEUR INSPIRATION

JA Excellence Through Ethics: Ethical Customer Service and Being an Ethical Customer (Reading and Activity) – Parent or teacher-led: Examine advertising scenarios to determine if they are ethical

JA Excellence Through Ethics: Get the Word Out (Reading and Activity) – Parent or teacher-led: Creating a successful product means balancing profit and customer satisfaction

JA Robo Sellers Video Flyer (Game) – Start your own robot business, become a robot merchant, and make a tidy profit!

JA The Money Jar Podcasts – Listen to interesting people talk about careers, money issues, and entrepreneurship

JA Video Library (Videos) – Watch young entrepreneurs share their stories, advice and discuss why it’s cool to run a business

 

 


MISCELLANEOUS

Coding for Students (Online Course) – Learn fundamentals of computer science with drag-and-drop blocks and creating your own drawings and games

 

 

 

 

Other JA Online Learning Resources

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