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Financial literacy course for kids
LEARNING STARTS AT HOME

We are on a mission to raise financially smart kids. Research shows that kids start forming financial habits at age 7 which is why at KidVestors, we believe that it's never too early to teach kids money.

 

Whether you're a homeschool parent or a parent who just wants to incorporate financial literacy in every day household conversations, KidVestors provides a comprehensive, online, personal finance curriculum that will fit easily into your existing education plan or homeschool curriculum for your child or teen.

Turn Your Kids

Into KidVestors

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WHAT YOUR KIDVESTOR WILL LEARN

Budgeting

Taxes

Saving

Credit

Spending

Problem Solving

Investing

Goal Setting

INCORPORATE KIDVESTORS INTO YOUR HOMESCHOOL CURRICULUM

You can integrate our financial literacy curriculum at home with ease. Our material is designed to be self-paced, however we have also include lesson plans if you want to also be involved.

Beyond Basics

Our curriculum not only follows the Council For Economic Education’s (CEE) National Standards for Financial Literacy but our material exceeds their requirements while still designed in a manner that makes difficult concepts easier to digest.

Comprehensive

You don't have to worry about piecing together information from several different sources. Our interactive modules along with our workbooks were thoughtfully designed to take students from novice to knowledgeable. 

Guided Learning

Each lesson comes with its own lesson plan to help parents facilitate learning and provide structure that can be easily integrated into your existing educational plan. 

Measurable

Our curriculum includes quizzes and exercises to assess and measure knowledge. Parents also have access to their own portal to view grades and track their student's progress.

Homeschool Currculum
REQUEST KIDVESTORS FOR YOUR CO-OP OR CHARTER SCHOOL

If your child or teen is part of a homeschool co-op or you're a parent in a charter school, take a quick peek at your resource directory. See if KidVestors is on the vendor list.

If it's not there, no worries! You can shoot a vendor request over to your school or co-op's vendor relations team. And depending on your state, you could also potentially qualify for grants for additional assistance. This way, KidVestors can hop on as a free resource for all of the awesome students in your co-op or network! 

homeschool personal finance curriculum

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Designed with you in mind, teaching financial education to students has never been easier!

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