We invite you to use these e-learning resources to teach your students about financial literacy. The digital materials below are designed to get your students excited about understanding this important subject.

Want to know the best way to use the related videos, games and the Money Smart 2.0 curriculum to educate your class? Watch this short video and learn how to easily add Mad About Money to your curriculum.


Educational Standards  

We know your class time is extremely valuable. That’s why we ensure that all of our digital e-learning materials are aligned with state and national educational standards. It’s important that the Mad About Money digital program adds to your existing curriculum and keeps students on track with their ongoing learning.

See below for details about how each digital activity aligns with educational standards and corresponds with your state’s curricula.

Educational Standards


Debuting this year, our livestream offers classrooms a convenient, online-accessible option for experiencing educational theatre.

This 45-minute show presents a virtual lesson in financial literacy for grades 6-8. Through an interactive web platform, a live host will introduce entertaining sketches featuring a variety of characters in professionally filmed scenes from educational theatrical productions.

Mad About Money teaches viewers about the following educational points:

  • How to prioritize your needs and wants
  • The difference between cash and credit
  • All about investing
  • The importance of forming a savings habit

Whether watching in the classroom or at home, your students will experience important lessons about financial literacy.

Mad About Money Livestream Special


Money Smart 2.0 is an exciting interactive exploration of the concepts of money. This standards-aligned, cross-curricular curriculum is designed to promote financial understanding in middle school students. You can use Money Smart 2.0 to add engaging and enriching activities to Math, English Language Arts and Social Studies lessons while also helping your students build the foundation to become financially responsible adults.


  • Twelve Lessons with hands-on, cross-curricular activities that engage sixth- through eighth-grade students in discussing and exploring key financial concepts.
  • Teacher Presentation Slides, which provide helpful visuals, as well as challenge exercises and reflective prompts to support the activities in each lesson.
  • A Parent/Caregiver Guide with information about topics and terms being covered in class, conversation starters, online and literary sources, along with activities to try at home and around town.

Access Money Smart 2.0


Follow-up, formative assessments for you to gauge the learning of your students are especially important with e-learning. Below are some suggestions for how you can assess your students’ performance quickly and effectively.

These assessments are easy for you and your students to complete and help ensure your class is getting the maximum educational value, retention and engagement from the related digital activities.


The Mad About Money student activities page features games, videos and newly redesigned Money Smart 2.0 curriculum with additional lessons about financial literacy. Access in the classroom or at home to learn more about financial literacy and have fun exploring Mad About Money!

Access Student Activities


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