Helpful Websites For Elementary

Website are listed in alphabetical order.
= Utah Partners

CFPB Financial Literacy Activities

These classroom activities can be completed within a single class period. Each activity comes with a teacher guide and supporting student material, so it’s easy to implement whether you’re an experienced personal finance teacher, integrating financial literacy into another subject area, or supplementing your existing financial education curriculum.


  • Earning
  • Saving & Investing
  • Protecting
  • Spending
  • Borrowing

Federal Reserve Education

An Economics Curriculum for Young Learners is a set of lessons designed to introduce young children to the economic way of thinking.


  • Banking
  • Personal Finance
  • The Federal Reserve System
  • Economics
  • Careers

Junior Achievement of Utah

Junior Achievement activities bring financial literacy, entrepreneurship & work-readiness concepts to life for students. Designed to complement the lessons you're teaching, our programs encourage students to apply their learning in the classroom to real-world activities. Our self-guided programs show students the "why" behind what they're learning while offering them a window into the many possible careers for their bright futures.


  • Money Basics
  • Earnings & Income
  • Savings & Spending
  • Budgeting
  • Banking, Credit vs Debit
  • Investment Basics
  • Financial Goal Setting
  • Taxes, & Global Economics
Utah Partner


From lesson plans to projects, educators do their part to help students work toward their future goals. With resources from my529, Utah’s educational savings plan, you can point them to the path of saving for higher education. Note: Utah’s my529 college savings plan is required subject matter in state code.


  • A my529 introduction video
  • Flyers for parents of K-12 students
  • Financial literacy material
  • Scholarship contests and promotions
  • The College Savings Estimator
  • And resources from my529 partners
    • Utah System of Higher Education
    • Keys to Success
Utah Partner

Utah education Network

UEN is part of the Utah Education and Telehealth Network (UETN) which connects all Utah school districts, schools, and higher education institutions to a robust network and quality educational resources such as curriculum resources for financial literacy and access to lesson plans and video resources in eMedia.


  • Curriculum Resources
  • Lesson Plans
  • Videos
Utah Partner

Utah Jump$tart Coalition

The Utah Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy website and toolkit at have lots of easy-to-understand resources to help educators! Here you can find interactive tools, articles, and guides that cover important topics to help teach your students to make smart financial choices! See also our monthly webinars and teachers trainings!


  • Economic Pricipals
  • Career Preperation
  • Sources of Income
  • Earning Power
  • Saving Methods
  • Investment Strategies
  • Money Managment
Utah Partner

Utah Treasurer’s Investment Challenge

The Utah Treasurer's Investment Challenge is a statewide investment competition for students in grades 4-12. The program, administered by Office of State Treasurer and the Utah Financial Empowerment Coalition, is paid for by generous donations from community partners. There is no cost to teachers or their schools for students to participate.


  • Basic Investment Principles
  • Stock Market Operations
  • Portfolio Management
  • Risk Assessment
  • Financial Analysis
  • Economic Awareness
  • Understanding the broader economic factors that impact investments, such as inflation, interest rates, and economic indicators.
Utah Partner


Additional Resources

LEAs have the duty to select instructional materials that best correlate to the standards for Utah public schools and graduation requirements. (UCA 53G-4-402(1(a))). Posting of these resources by USBE Education Specialists does not imply the resources have received official endorsement of the Utah State Board of Education. Educators are responsible to ensure use of these materials complies with LEA policies and directives. If you have questions or concerns about this email, please contact the sender of this email. If your question or concern isn’t adequately addressed, please contact the USBE hotline.