Resources

 

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Resources for Homeschooling

books

  • [favorite] The Money Tree Myth: A Parents’ Guide to Helping Kids Unravel The Mysteries of Money. Gail Vaz-Oxlade, Stoddart Publishing, Toronto, 1996.
  • [favorite] Kids and Money. Giving Them the Savvy to Succeed Financially. Jayne A. Pearl. Bloomberg Press, Princeton, 1999.
  • [favorite] Smart Money Smart Kids. Raising the Next Generation to Win with Money. Dave Ramsey and Rachel Cruze. Lampo Press, 2014, Brentwood.
  • Make Your Kid a Money Genius (even if you’re not). Beth Kobliner, Simon & Schuster, New York, 2017.
  • A Gift to My Children. A Father’s Lesson for Life and Investing. Jim Rogers. Random House, 2009.
  • Happy Money, The Science of Smarter Spending. Elizabeth Dunn and Michael Norton. Simon & Schuster, New York, 2013.
  • The Money Class, How to Stand in Your Truth and Create the Future You Deserve. Suze Orman, Spiegle and Grau Trade Paperbacks, New York, 2011.
  • Wow the Dow. The Complete Guide to Teaching Your Kids How to Invest in the Stock Market. Pat Smith and Lynn Roney. Simon & Schuster, New York, 2000.

internet video

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Lesson Plans for Parents and Teachers

books

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Money Counting and Management

internet video for parents

internet sites for parents

books for elementary school, ages 5-10

  • The Kids’ Money Book. Earning, Saving, Spending, Investing, Donating. Jamie Kyle McGillian, Sterling Children’s Books, New York, 2016.
  • Personal Management. Boy Scouts of America Merit Badge Series. Brent A. Neiser, et al. 1996, 2012.
  • Money $ense for Kids. Hollis Page Harmon, Barrons, Hauppauge, 2005.
  • Neale S. Godfrey’s Ultimate Kids’ Money Book. Neale S. Godfrey and Randy Versogstraete . Simon & Schuster, New York, 1998.
  • Saving in Childhood and Adolescence, Annette Otto, 2012. https://csd.wustl.edu/publications/documents/wp12-20.pdf

internet video for elementary school, ages 5-10

internet sites for elementary school, ages 5-10

internet sites for middle school, ages 11-13

internet sites for high school, ages 14-18

internet sites for young adults, ages 18-35

Earning Money

books for elementary school, ages 5-10

  • Earn It, Learn It. Teach Your Child the Value of Money, Work, and Time Well Spent. Alisa T. Weinstein, Sourcebooks, Naperville, 2011.
  • The Kids’ Money Book. Earning, Saving, Spending, Investing, Donating. Jamie Kyle McGillian, Sterling Children’s Books, New York, 2016.

internet sites for elementary school, ages 5-10

internet sites for high school, ages 14-18

Entrepreneurship

internet sites for middle school, ages 11-13

internet sites for high school, ages 14-18

Borrowing Money

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Investing Money

books for middle school, ages 11-13

internet sites for middle school, ages 11-13

books for high school, ages 14-18

  • [favorite] TeenVe$tor. The Practical Investment Guide for Teens and Their Parents.  Emmanuel Modu and Andrea Walker.
  • The Motley Fool Investment Guide for Teens. David and Tom Gardner with Selena Maranjian, Simon & Schuster, New York, 2002.
  • The Teenage Investor. Tim Olson, McGraw-Hill, New York, 2003.

books for young adults, ages 18-35

  • [favorite] The Little Book of Common Sense Investing. John C. Bogle, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Hoboken, 2007.
  • All About Index Funds, second edition. Richard A. Ferri, CFA. McGraw Hill, 2007
  • Investing Made Simple. Anthony L Loviscek & Randy I Anderson Broadway Books, New York, 2003
  • The Motley Fool Million Dollar Portfolio. David and Tom Gardner. 2009, Collins Business, 260 pages.
  • Stocks for the Long Run, 3rd Ed. Jeremy J. Siegel, McGraw-Hill, New York, 2002
  • Investing in REITs, 4th Edition. Ralph L. Block, Bloomberg Press, Hoboken, 2012.

internet sites for young adults, ages 18-35

Taxes

Financial goals

internet sites for young adults, ages 18-35

College Preparation

books for parents

internet sites for parents

video for high school, ages 14-18

internet sites for high school, ages 14-18

  • College planning: bigfuture.collegeboard.org

College Choices

books for middle school, ages 11-13

  • [favorite] My Future, My Way. First Steps Toward College. A workbook for middle and junior high school students_pdf. Federal Student Aid, U.S. Department of Education. July, 2017 [available online at https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/resources#efc%5D

internet sites for high school, ages 14-18

Paying for College

internet sites for high school students and older ages

College Costs

internet sites for high school, ages 14-18

College Savings Plans

books for parents

  • [favorite] Family guide to college savings.pdf. Joseph F Hurley and Brian Boswell. 2016. [available in http://www.savingforcollege.com/family-guide/%5D
  • Paying for School. How to Cover Education Costs from K to Ph.D. Robert Brokamp, The Motley Fool, Inc. 2003.
  • Paying for College Without Going Broke. 2016 Edition. Kalman A. Chany with Geoff Martz. Penguin Random House. The Princeton Review, 2015.

internet sites for parents

College Scholarships

books for high school, ages 14-18

  • [favorite] Confessions of a Scholarship Winner. Kristina Ellis, 2013.

video for high school, ages 14-18

internet sites for high school, ages 14-18

College Financial Aid

internet sites for high school, ages 14-18

 

internet sites for college, ages 19-24

Retirement Plan and Roth IRA

internet sites for elementary school, ages 5-10

internet sites for middle school, ages 11-13

books for young adults, ages 18-35

internet sites for young adults, ages 18-35

The Problem of Financial Insecurity

books

  • The Financial Diaries. How American Families Cope in a World of Uncertainty. Jonathon Morduch and Rachel Schneider. 2017, 233 pages, Princeton University Press.
  • Can the Poor Save? Saving & Asset Building in Individual Development Accounts. Mark Schreiner & Michael Sherraden. Transaction Publishers, 2007.

internet sites

internet sites for high school, ages 14-18

internet sites for parents

wealth-Protection

internet sites for elementary school, ages 5-10

internet sites for middle school, ages 11-13

books for young adults, ages 18-35

internet sites for young adults, ages 18-35

internet sites for parents

Grandparents & Third parties

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Calculators on the Internet

Financial Training’s Internet Sites