Money Lit

Grant Awarded Spring 2020

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Financial literacy homeschool curriculum

Money Lit will be publishing a financial literacy curriculum for use by homeschooling parents and teachers. This curriculum will teach the basic life skills needed by youth to learn to earn, manage, save, and invest money so they can become financially independent adults.

The curriculum aims to ensure that these students have a solid foundation on making smart money goals and setting long and short-term goals before they enter high school, start their first jobs, and begin planning for college.

The curriculum will be based on a school year calendar and will be broken down into monthly activities, discussions, and projects.

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About Stephanie Pyke

Stephanie Pyke
Stephanie Pyke is the owner of Money Lit. She studied societies and social structure and went on to obtain her MBA with a concentration in marketing. She worked as a Senior Case Manager at a local non-profit for almost 7 years, where she was able to create budgets with people daily and give them resources to cut their expenses. She also volunteered in the schools through her Fin Lit Project, financial literacy activities with kids in grades 3-8.

Stephanie started her own company to host learning programs and begin to write curriculums for kids to learn more about this important life skill.

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