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In a world where financial literacy is often overlooked, Money Matters Matter bridges the gap. Our project equips young people with essential money management skills through interactive and engaging resources. Educators and parents can integrate our program, giving students the practical knowledge to make informed financial decisions and secure their futures.


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Target group
Students upper
May 2024
Our innovation aims to integrate financial literacy into education, empowering students with practical money management skills. We seek to equip educators and parents with accessible resources, fostering lifelong financial responsibility in the next generation.

About the innovation

Why did you create this innovation?

I created Money Matters Matter to address the lack of financial literacy education. Without proper guidance, young people often rely on trial and error to manage their finances. Our project provides essential money management skills through engaging resources. We equip educators and parents with the tools to teach practical financial knowledge effectively.

What does your innovation look like in practice?

In practice, Money Matters Matter offers engaging resources that teach essential money management skills. Educators can seamlessly integrate our program into their curriculum, using our materials to provide practical financial education in the classroom. Parents can also use our resources at home to teach their children about budgeting, saving, and making informed financial decisions. The program includes hands-on activities, real-life scenarios, and digital tools to ensure that students not only learn but also apply financial concepts effectively in their daily lives.

How has it been spreading?

I've been sharing my project with educators worldwide through workshops, our website, and social media groups. Our resources are meticulously organized, making it easy for others to replicate this project with their students. By providing accessible materials and support, we're empowering educators globally to incorporate essential financial literacy education into their curriculum effectively. Parents can also find a plethora of ideas on how to incorporate our project into their parenting approach.

If I want to try it, what should I do?

If you're interested in trying our project, you can visit our website - for access to resources and information on getting started. Additionally, educators and parents can join our Facebook group: to connect with others, share ideas, and receive support in implementing the program.

Implementation steps

Access Resources
Visit our website:
or join our Facebook group (
to access resources, including lesson plans, activities, and digital tools.
Review Materials
Familiarize yourself with the provided materials, which are organized for easy replication, covering topics such as budgeting, saving, and investing
Plan Integration
Determine how to integrate the program into your curriculum or parenting approach, considering the age and needs of your audience.
Engage Participants
Facilitate workshops or activities using the provided resources, encouraging active participation and discussion among students or children.
Adapt and Iterate
Gather feedback from participants and adjust the program as needed to better meet their needs and enhance effectiveness.
Share Success
Share your experiences and successes with others in the education community, contributing to the spread of financial literacy education.

Spread of the innovation

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