Economic Resources for K-12 Educators
Kansas Council for Economic Education
EconomicsAmerica Online
Center For Economic Education
Where are the Jobs?
Highlights every single job in America with a variety of different colors. The map plots out each job with an actual dot in four simplified categories. Factory and trade jobs are red, professional jobs are blue, health care, education, and government jobs are green, and service jobs like retail are yellow.” It is interactive, allowing you to zoom and scroll from one place to another, providing a chance to see patterns both small and large
Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
The Kansas City Federal Reserve offers free K-12 economic and personal finance resources and professional development opportunities for educators. Classroom materials assist with teaching basic economic and consumer education lessons
A new-media learning platform that uses the latest technology – video, animations, 3-D gaming, avatars, and social networking – to bring complex financial concepts to life for today’s digital generation
Mr. Donn’s Econ Lessons
International Monetary Fund
The Mint: It Makes Sense!
Find lesson plans and activities to teach personal finance

fav 1Econ Ed Links: A Premier Source for Classroom Tested Resources
A premier source of classroom tested, Internet-based economic lesson materials for K-12 teachers and their students

fav 2Classroom Clues: Children’s Literature for Understanding Economics
Designed to help teachers find books to teach economic concepts to elementary students

fav 3FInancial Fitness for Life
A comprehensive personal finance curriculum for K-12 students that teaches students how to make thoughtful, well-informed decisions about important aspects of personal finance, such as earning income, spending, saving, borrowing, investing, and managing money

fav 4Foundation for Teaching Economics
The foundation offers training, resources and lesson plans

fav 5Understanding Economics in US History
Uses a unique mystery-solving approach to teach U.S. economic history to your high school students