Teaching children how to earn, spend, save, and give responsibly.

ABOUT US

Kids Financial Literacy is a nonprofit organization designed to educate children from grades 5-8 about fundamental financial skills and responsibility. Our interactive program is aimed to empower students to make intelligent monetary decisions for themselves, their future family, and the economic marketplace.

We send our educators into schools to teach students using our unique and engaging multidimensional presentations. Many features of our program are available in both English and Spanish.

 

FEATURES

MULTIDIMENSIONAL PRESENTATION

ACTIVITY BOOKS

TEACHING GUIDES

Our Master Teachers present KFL in your classroom using our 3D foldable boards.

All of the students receive our Activity Books with 15 Lessons, Fun Facts, Tips for Parents, Vocabulary, and KFL Leader Challenges. 

Our Teaching Guides include Lesson Objectives, SWBAT, vocabulary, inquiry prompts, and enrichment activities.

SPIRAL CURRICULUM

The 5th grade learns money basics, the 6th grade dives into business & taxes, the 7th grade discusses banks and credit cards, and the 8th grade features saving and investing.

NEWSLETTERS

CULMINATING EXPO

PARENT BROCHURE

PARENT WORKSHOP

Our parent workshop emphasizes a family centered approach to learning and enrichment.

Our brochure enable the education to flourish in the home with suggestions for various ways the parents can stay involved.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Our newsletters for the entire parent body include family activities, suggested reading for kids and parents, entertaining and educational videos, riddles, and more.

PRE & POST ASSESSMENT

KFL EXPERT CERTIFICATES

Teach Training sessions where we guide the classroom teachers to connect and implement our real world lessons into the curriculum.

Pre and Post Assessments for both the students and the teacher, aimed at showing the children how much knowledge they've acquired from KFL.

KFL BAGS AND SCHOOL POSTER

Family literacy culminating event with various booths showcasing the breadth of knowledge acquired by the students.

FEATURES

MULTIDIMENSIONAL PRESENTATION

ACTIVITY BOOKS

TEACHING GUIDES

Our teachers present KFL in the classroom using our multidimensional foldable boards.

All of the students receive our Activity Books with Lessons, Investing in Testing, Fun Facts, Tips for Parents, Vocabulary, and KFL Leader Challenges. 

Our Teaching Guides include Lesson Objectives, SWBAT, Vocabulary, Inquiry Prompts, and Enrichment Activities.

SPIRAL CURRICULUM

The 5th grade learns money basics, the 6th grade dives into business & taxes, the 7th grade discusses banks and credit cards, and the 8th grade features saving and investing.

NEWSLETTERS

CULMINATING EXPO

PARENT BROCHURE

PARENT WORKSHOP

Our parent workshop emphasizes a family centered approach to learning and enrichment.

Our brochure enables the financial education to flourish in the home with suggestions for various ways the parents can stay involved.

Our newsletters for the entire parent body include family activities, suggested reading for kids and parents, entertaining and educational videos, riddles, and more.

Family literacy special single day culminating event with various booths showcasing the knowledge and expertise acquired by the students.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

PRE & POST

ASSESSMENT

KFL EXPERT

CERTIFICATES

KFL BAGS AND SCHOOL POSTER

We train the classroom teachers to connect and implement our real world lessons into the curriculum.

Pre and Post Assessments for both the students and the teacher, aimed at showing the children how much knowledge they've acquired from KFL.

Personalized for each student at the culmination of the program.

KFL logo drawstring bag for the students. For the school, we provide an outdoor banner emphasizing the schools embrace of KFL.

 

TEAM

A passionate team eager to educate as many students as possible.

 
 

TESTIMONIALS

"All of the programs were well organized and differentiated and the students learned a great deal. The information was so useful and the manner in which it was presented was terrific. Thank you again, the students enjoyed every minute."
Principal of general studies

"You make it very easy for us to understand; usually it would be confusing."

Student

"This was the funnest lesson all year!" 
7th Grade Student
"The Financial Literacy program that we held yesterday turned out to be an excellent one.  The children had a true interest in the subject matter and they seemed invested in learning more.  They came back to the classes with many solid questions."
Math teacher
"I learned the difference between a credit card and a debit card.  I thought they were the same until now."
Student
"I learned what a credit score is and why it is important to be careful with using a credit card.  I've heard of a credit score, but never knew what it was."
Student 
"The presentation was great because 3D models were used to present something so abstract to students in such a concrete and visual way.  I think the kids really enjoyed learning about the basics of starting a business and where our taxes go because it's something they wonder about and see their parents dealing with, but are never really explicitly taught."
6th Grade Teacher
 

CONTACT

Brooklyn, NY

 

Louise@KidsFL.com


(917)-533-8637

Our 3D programs, Activity Books, and Teaching Guides are copyrighted.

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