Teach personal finance basics with Mint
Help students take control of their finances and their futures. Get students up to speed with budgeting, credit scores, savings, and more using Mint.0
Features and benefits
Building financial literacy skills for life
Real-world tools for future success
Developing habits to make it stick
Watch the video for easy steps to get started. All simulations and W2s are meant to be fictional. Do not use any personal information in the simulation. The simulations use a fictional character, bank account, email, and more, for a safe, fun learning environment.
Mint teacher toolkit
Download the teaching toolkit of materials to access the following guides and easily bring personal finance into the classroom.
Part one sets you up to teach Mint in the classroom, with a high level overview of each activity, directions for teachers and students, and alignment to National Personal Finance Standards.
Part two provides access to the main Mint activities to use with your students, which include four fictional characters to practice filing taxes with different scenarios.
Part three includes the five main Mint activities to use with your students. These activities include budgeting, analyzing credit reports, comparing credit card offers, and more.
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Curriculum to bring Mint into the classroom
Council for Economic Education (CEE)
Choose from over 150 free lessons on personal finance as well as professional development webinars and other resources.
Take Charge Today
Choose from over 100 free, ready-to-teach, activity-based lesson plans by educators for educators.
Next Gen Personal Finance
NGPF offers 1000's of different lessons plans and activities ranging from one day to an entire year. Be sure to check out their other offerings ranging from advocacy, teacher trainings, and much more!