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Youth and finance - Teachers

Step by step finance guide

A practical tool for parents and teachers who want to help young people make informed financial decisions and cooperate in an ever-changing world.

Activities, articles and videos will help you do more.

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Charly and Max are back!

After a successful first season, Charly & Max Get Involved! kicked off its second season on June 13, 2014.

The educational microsite helps children ages 6 to 11 manage their money. Check out the web series, games, quizzes and much more at:

Featured classroom activity

Learning to save for future projects

Students learn the principles of saving and budgeting by playing a game. They then apply what they have learned to carry out a school project.

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School caisse

Teaching them the value of money

A school caisses is often a child's first savings vehicle and teaches how to manage deposits made at school. Born of a partnership between the local caisse and elementary schools in the area, a school caisse is an important, useful and fun part of our children's educations.

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Educational videos

  1. Supply and demand (1 min 21 s)
  2. What is a cooperative? (1 min 45 s)
  3. Payment methods (1 min 50 s)
  4. Savings (1 min 32 s)
  5. Overconsumption (1 min 45 s)