Resources for Kids
Go Green Activities (As seen in Chicago Parent Magazine)
Color our Happy Earth and think
about one way your family helps the earth AND saves money too.
Read the story of how Joe helps the earth AND
saves. Then put the story pictures in the correct order.
Trace the path through the green choices that
make the most sense money wise to reach our happy earth.
Use the clues to identify the Go Green term for
each item. Then find the item in the Go Green star.
Green Star Search Answers
Read our clues about how you can help the earth
and save money too! Then unscramble each of our Go Green terms.
Answers to the "Go Green" Scramble.
Teen Green Spring 2008- Learn how to handle your
money as a young employee. Learn how you can Go Green and save!
Resources for Older Kids
Check out these
games and activities to learn more about how you can make smart
money decisions! Also, visit the Everyone Can Be a Star and
Keep It Safe: Money Smart Investigations special activities
listed below. All activities are free to download and share.
Career Day Thank You Card
Fash Cash Trivia
Funny Money Riddle Rhymes
Money Math Crossword
Road to Success Crossword
Sherlock Merlock Decoding
Silly Sally Shopping
Your Budgeting Builder
for Younger Kids
Learn more about
careers, money, banking, and savings with these EAC activities
for students ages 3 through 8! All activities are free to
download and share.
Career Day Thank You Card
Graduation dot to dot
Money Matching Game
Make your own bank
Save Early Piggy Bank
Steps to Success
When I Grow
Activities 2007 as Seen in Chicago Parent Magazine
The Safe Saving Search
The Safe Saving Scramble (Blank)
The Safe Saving Scramble (Key)
Saving Story Strip
Make your own bank kit!
EAC Teen Green Newsletter
Super Saver Coloring Page
be a Star: Setting your Financial Goals
EAC 'Everyone Can Be a Star' activities provide a fun and
way for parents or teachers to introduce some basic career
concepts and options to kids. The activities include some
worksheets to identify career interests and areas for further
exploration. These activities are free to download and share.
Planning for Your Future
Setting Financial and Career Goals
Building Your Action Ladder
Star Chart - Career Planning
Creating Your Life Business Plan
Visit the Bureau of Labor Statistic's website to learn more
about jobs that interest you! (This link is not a part of the
Keep It Safe: Money Smart Investigations
Did you visit Keep It Safe at the Museum of Science and
more about banking, investing, and money with these activities
links, which are free to download and share.
Bank On It: A Banking Success Story
Bank On It: A Matching Challenge
Keep It Safe: Story
Keep It Safe: Definitions Crossword
Keep It Safe: Links
These links are not a part of the EAC
website. However, many offer
banking, investing, saving, checking, and money. Many sites
include free activities for download.
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
Bureau of Investigations Kids Page
Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
Secret Service Kids Question and Answer
Engraving and Printing (BEP)
United States Treasury Department – Education
Money Central Station (Department of Treasury)
Kids.Gov – Official Kids Portal for the US Government
Federal Depository Insurance Corporation (FDIC)
FDIC Learning Bank
Fed 101: Federal Reserve Bank Education
The Federal Reserve Board Kids’ Page
States Mint – H.I.P. Pocket Change
Savings Bonds for Kids (Bureau of the Public
Time Machine (US Mint)
Eco-friendly Solutions that Make Money Sense
2800 youth and family members learned to help the earth and save
money too through EAC programming at the Museum of Science and
Industry sponsored by Midwest Bank.
How has your family helped the earth?
Complete your Go Green coloring page and email
it to us at
What have you saved for?
ideas with us.
"I saved for college"
"I saved for new clothes"