Give Your Child A Strong Financial Future!
Recent history has shown the public need for personal finance and investor literacy skills. The SIFMA Foundation for Investor Education has responded to the public need with the development of the SMG At Home kit.
For the first time, a specially designed version of the SIFMA Foundation’s premiere investor education program, The Stock Market Game™, is available to homeschooling parents and at-home educators.
For over 30 years, classroom teachers have used The Stock Market Game program to teach about long-term saving and investing while providing their students with real world situations in which to practice the math, reading, research, critical thinking, and creative problem solving skills they teach.
The Stock Market Game has been used successfully in math, English Language Arts, social studies (including economics), technology, business, and personal finance classes in grades 4 – 12.
The SMG At Home kit brings The Stock Market Game experience and impact to parents, caretakers, and teachers in alternative classroom settings. It is the equivalent of a 16-week course in social studies and economics that meets standards in all 50 states at the upper elementary, middle and high school levels.
The kit includes:
SMG At Home Advisor‘s Guide: A reference on how to teach SMG at home
SMG At Home Workbook: A reproducible activities book
Online Investment Portfolio: Students manage a virtual $100,000 portfolio
Online Resources: Standards based lesson plans, projects, and publications
Online Advisor Training: Special training Webinars for parents
Click Here for a sample of the SMG At Home Parent Advisor Guide.
Click Here for a sample of the SMG At Home Student workbook.
The SMG At Home kit is available exclusively as a thank you gift from SIFMA Foundation for Investor Education for donations of $100 or more.
To learn more about the SIFMA Foundation visit http://www.sifma.org/education/education.html
Click Here to donate to the SIFMA Foundation for Investor Education and help advance personal financial literacy.
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