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Financial Education

At Catholic Family Federal Credit Union we believe in our community and our youth. We have a variety of classroom materials which members may borrow (Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, parish youth groups). Some of the topics are listed below. Please call 264-9163 ext. 103 for information.

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Grade: K-2
Coin Recognition and Poems
Coffee Can Bank
Puzzles and Worksheets
Coloring Pages
Match the Coins to Their Worth
Piggy Bank Book
Money Bingo (Available online or at some teacher supply stores)
Money Related Reading List
School House Rock Video - Money Rock

Grade: 3-5
Cutting Costs with Coupons
"What's That in The Hat?" Game
Interest / Pay Yourself First (Savings) / Credit
Credit Unions and Their Common Bond
The Sweet Life Candy Game (Budgeting, Prioritizing, Income, Expense)
Money Related Reading List
School House Rock Video - Money Rock

Grade: 6-8
50 State Quarters - Connections between Coins and History
Birth of a Coin
Computer Based Activities
Free Program Sponsored by the US Treasury Department
Money Related Reading List
Discovery Channel Video - The Secrets of the US Mint
Discovery Channel Video - The US Mint
Pocket Cents (En EspaƱol)
Biz Kid$

Grade: High School
Credit Unions in School
Credit Union Comic Book
Saving vs. Spending
Dr Huxtable & Theo Lets talk Money
Saturday Night Live - Don't Buy Stuff
How to Buy Your Dream Car
Rule of 72
Kansas Saves Program through the Cooperative Extension
Money Related Reading List
NEFE Program
NEFE Online Resources
Discovery Channel Video - The Secrets of the US Mint
Discovery Channel Video - The US Mint
C.A.R.E. Program
The Money Circle - Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City


Financial Education Links

Please be aware that by choosing any selection below, you are leaving Catholic Family's website. You will be visiting an alternate website not operated by the credit union. Catholic Family is not liable for content or availability of linked sites. Catholic Family does not guarantee authenticity of documents at linked sites and links to non-credit union sites do not imply an endorsement of the services or products offered at linked sites. Catholic Family does not represent the third party or member if a member chooses to enter into a transaction with a linked entity. Privacy and security policies may differ from those practiced by Catholic Family Federal Credit Union.

American Advisors Group
A guide to the history of money.


Federal Trade Commission
Information to protect consumers.

Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Elementary, middle school and high school level activites.

Enchanted Learning
Coloring pages and information fact sheets about money.

Learn to Save
A fun way for kids & parents to learn about money from two little piggy banks named Siggy and Miggy.

The US Mint
Games, information about money, and resources for teachers.

US Department of the Treasury, Bureau of the Public Debt
Money Math: Lessons for Life - a four-lesson curriculum supplement for middle school math classes, teaching grade 7-9 math concepts using real-life examples from personal finance.

Basic checking account information from Deluxe Financial Services. Fraud Prevention information also available.

National Endowment for Financial Education
High School Financial Planning Program

A website with resources for kids and adults.

Practical Money Skills
Classroom and home-based financial literacy resources.

The Mint
A website designed for kids to discover how to make the most of their money.

Save @ School
A program coordinated by Lynn Jenkins, Kansas State Treasurer, which has been designed to introduce students to the concepts of money management.

National Youth Involvement Board
Credit Union Professionals Committed to Youth Education

Jump$tart Coalition
The Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy seeks to improve the personal financial literacy of young adults.

Links and resources available through CUNA.

Junior Achievement
Nonprofit economic education organization teaching youth about free enterprise, business, and the workforce.

Online resource for expert assistance from Cooperative Extension on serveral subjects, including personal finance.