For classrooms; Teacher’s kit: $199 per 2 grades; materials $4.95 per kid
Short...but well organized.. Total teaching time per grade is only about 1.5 hrs per grade
Video episodes on a variety of topics; about 6 overall big topics, including entrepreneurship; 66 DVDs for $3100; lesson plans include. Overview and lesson plans seem to be free on-line, so it’s hard to tell what else is in the videos for purchase.
Practical Money Skills
Created by Visa, has teacher and student materials; Need an account to be able to look at the materials, which I didn’t want to do right now in my own email. Perhaps I can do it at work. But it came on the list of recommended curriculum from the Washington State government list of money curriculums for schools
Classroom Economy by Vanguard
Complete set of materials for setting up an economy system in a classroom; has a specific format and not really teaching individual topics that I can see, though I have seen this in use in a classroom and it really works nicely.
Seems like it might be thorough and complete, but can’t tell as pricing starts at $197 for single use;For $400 or so, you can get certified by them as a Financial Educator :)
Reading Makes Cents: 3rd - 5th grade
Put out by National 4-H, it uses children’s literature to teach about money. Nice idea. Costs $17 to order package. Reviewed and recommended by Michigan State University