Avenir Financial offers members Educational Resources to help you on your path to financial
Financial Literacy Workshops
Avenir Financial is pleased to provide Financial Literacy Workshops at no cost. Our
English or Spanish informational and interactive workshops for every age group teach the
importance of good money-management skills. Workshops are 30 to 45 minutes long and great for
schools, businesses or community groups.
For parents who are looking for online educational resources, we’ve collected our favorite
free family-friendly sites that are filled with fun games, activities and valuable parenting
tools to assist your at-home learning journey.
World of Cents is designed for children and youth age 5 and
older and uses interactive activities to engage kids while teaching the value of money with
basic math concepts.
H.I.P. Pocket Change. This U.S. Mint website is
packed with 13 online games. Kids and parents can learn together through STEM, NASA,
history videos and even begin to identify valuable coins with the digital coin
Common Sense is the nation’s leading nonprofit
organization that exists to provide trustworthy information, education and empower
Common Sense Media: Helps parents feel good about
the choices they make for their kids. Offering a trusted library of independent
age-based ratings and reviews.
Common Sense Education: Supports K-12 schools with
everything educators need to empower the next generation of digital citizens.
Common Sense Kids Action: A partnership of policy
makers, business leaders and other advocates for kids well-being in the digital age.
WideOpenSchool is a great at-home learning site
featuring a free collection of online learning experiences. Respected educational
sites such as Khan Academy, Amplify, Scholastic, National Geographic and more enrich
children and are often used by educators on a regular basis in the classroom.
FamilyEducation provides practical how-to's for
parents at every stage–infant through college. Subscribe to the new "Prepared
Parent" daily newsletter designed specifically for families coping with
transitioning to at-home learning.
First Things First provides a Birth to Five
HelpLine, "Parent Kits" and early literacy development tools. With
many English and Spanish articles, podcasts and videos on how to help children learn
to read a communicate at an early age,