Free financial literacy activities and tools from the Federal Reserve

The Federal Reserve wants to send you free teaching tools. Here’s how to get them.

The Federal Reserve mostly occupies itself with setting a little thing called national monetary policy. But from San Francisco to Richmond, from Dallas to Boston, the 12 district banks of the Federal Reserve are also beacons of financial education. There’s something for everyone: parents looking for children’s games, teachers looking for classroom swag, or wannabe Fed chairs who think they have what it takes to keep inflation down and the economy humming. For educators, parents, and sixth-grade econ wonks, here’s a roundup of free education tools from Fed banks around the country, and how to get them:

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