Feed the Pig: Financial Literacy for Tweens

Bring Math Skills to Life and Help Your Students Learn How to Make Money-Smart Decisions!

Feed the Pig for Tweens is a fun, hands-on financial literacy program for 4th, 5th, and 6th-grade classes. The math-based curriculum introduces 9 to 11-year-old students to responsible financial decision making. The coursework reinforces math skills with real-life applications, like tracking expenses and balancing a checkbook. Students will be joined by the Bankes Piglets, 12 dynamic and diverse “saver and spender” characters, who help them analyze financial habits and create responsible financial plans.

The teaching kit includes all the tools you need to help your students develop sound saving and spending habits while reinforcing critical math skills in a fun and engaging way! Feed the Pig for Tweens includes The Great Piglet Challenge interactive game and a take-home activity, Feed the Pig Family Goal, for students to work through with family members.

This curriculum by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants was honored with a 2010 Learning Magazine’s Teacher Choice Award and it was named Curriculum of the Year (K-12, Money Management) by the 2009 Education in Financial Literacy Education (EIFLE) Awards. Download the complete kit and start teaching today!

Hey Kids! Play The Great Piglet Challenge online now!

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