Elementary school (K-2).
- Money Jar presentation in classroom: STCU reads a story focused on the save, spend, share concepts and students get to assemble their very own Money Jars. Additional discussion includes decision-making, needs vs. wants, earning money, goal-setting, and spending money. A 30- to 45-minute activity.
Elementary school (3-5).
- Money Jar/Money Journal presentations: Keep track of saving, spending, and sharing in STCU Money Journal. Students set goals, draw pictures, learn about earning money as well as construct their own Money Jar. Additional discussion includes decision making, needs vs. wants, earning money, goal setting, and spending money. A 30 to 45 minute activity.
- Game show: Interactive financial education-based game show, with video clips and prizes. 45- to 60-minutes, topics include saving money, student loans, credit cards, and more.
- Six-unit lesson plan for teachers: Includes a leader guide, worksheets, and quizzes. Topics include decision-making, needs v. wants, earning money, goal-setting, spending money, investing, and credit. STCU can teach the first lesson.
- Money Live 1.0: A hands-on simulation designed for middle school students making the leap to high school. 2 hour activity, topics include decision-making, needs v. wants, time management, part-time jobs, and more.
- Game show for senior classes: Interactive financial education based game show, with video clips and prizes. 45 to 60 minutes, topics include saving money, student loans, credit cards, and more.
- My Life, My Money® classroom presentations: 45 to 60 minute presentation that can cover the importance of credit, budgeting and saving, proper spending, loans and credit cards, retirement and interest, or the difference between a credit union and a bank.
- Money Live 2.0: A hands-on simulation designed for high school students that puts teens in the shoes of an adult making choices about housing, food, child care, insurance, auto buying, and much more. Two-hour activity where teachers, principals, and community involvement are encouraged.
- Senior class presentation: Sharing real-life money experiences, decisions, and do-overs.