Check back often for new Featured Resources, and access the Supplementary Resource folders for documents to help plan financial literacy instruction.
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 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!
SaskMoney Featured Videos
Raising Financially Fit Kids: a webinar for parents w/ Credit Counselling Society & SaskMoney (Mar. 3, 2021)
Mind Your Money: An Introduction to the Psychology of Spending (with the Credit Counselling Society)
- Book & Video Resources that Help Introduce Financial Concepts to Elementary Students (483 KB)
- Curriculum Connections
- Additional Resources By Module- Chart (395 KB)
- Additional Resources List Financial Literacy 20, 30 (212 KB)
- Fin Lit 20 and 30 configuration (207 KB)
- Money and Youth, and Money Laughs Curricular Connections (166 KB)
- Saskatchewan Financial Literacy 20_30 curriculum 2020 (601 KB)
- Sequence Suggestion for Middle Years Modules (91 KB)
- Suggested Modules for Middle Years- Sk Curriculum (136 KB)
- Sample Letters for Parents
Browse 13 modules for the Saskatchewan financial literacy 20/30 curriculum that are suggested for middle years learners.
Browse 42 modules for the Saskatchewan financial literacy 20/30 curriculum that are suggested for secondary learners.