Growing Financial Literacy Skills Across Saskatchewan

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Middle Years
(Grade 7-9)
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(Grade 11-12)


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SaskMoney is a one-stop-shop for educators working to increase students’ financial literacy skills. This Saskatoon Industry Education Council (SIEC) program is built by teachers to provide resources and activities that connect directly to 44 modules in Saskatchewan’s Financial Literacy 20/30 curriculum.

Even if you are not a K-12 educator, we hope you will find some helpful resources, discussion topics, and activities!

Featured Resources

Develop an understanding of personal income taxes in Canada through this online course from the Canada Revenue Agency.

The Financial Consumer Agency of Canada’s Budget Planner helps you create a customized budget in 3 simple steps. Gather information regarding your income and expenses and get started! If you don’t have all your information, you can always save and continue later. Aussi disponible en français!

PennyDrops is a student-run, non-profit organization that offers financial literacy programs to high school and post-secondary students across the country.

The platform lets students learn at their own pace through videos and pre and post-lesson quizzes. Teachers can also register to have university mentors deliver all 11 lessons virtually or in-person. To register your classroom for the program, please email [email protected].

This series features RJ Barrett, Jessie Reyez, Troye Sivan and Allie X sharing about their own money experiences. Each video would make a great discussion piece for many modules such as Budgeting (6), Saving (29), Earning an Income (15A), Handling Debt Problems (26), Why Money Matters (1), The Decision Making Process (2), and Goal Setting (3).

This CFEE textbook is available online or as a hard copy, and they feature helpful Teacher’s Guides! Visit the Additional Resources page for connections between the text and Saskatchewan Curriculum modules.

This Government of Canada program has several excellent resources to supplement instruction. These budgeting resources are a good place to start!

This CFEE program has excellent resources for lessons and/or discussions on financial literacy. Homeschool and distance learners will benefit from this home program. Contact SaskMoney if you would like to explore a Money Fair!