The fun and fast-moving Money Stuff series of animations bring money and finance topics to life for teens.
Play one of the animations and move on to a 15-minute activity; no preparation required! The pair and group activities also promote employability skills, particularly communication and teamwork, and will leave your students focused and energised.
Use Money Stuff as a time filler on cross-curricular days, during tutor time or as part of your personal finance lessons. It’s ideal for use in conjunction with Get Real with money to extend curriculum content, as a general warm-up and an overall introduction to Financial Education. Money Stuff is particularly good for use with vertical tutor groups where activities need to be relevant to a range of ages.

Are you planning a holiday? Planning on planning a holiday? Six easy steps you need to know before you book your tickets and travel!

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Thinking about moving out? Here’s a few things you might want to know before signing any contracts.

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Amazing facts about moolah! Useful, important, and impressive…

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So it turns out money is really, REALLY dirty. An intro to all kinds of filth, from the criminal to the just plain disgusting.

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SPOILER ALERT! This one involves an old lady, a ghost and a complex economic concept made simple using chocolate.

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You know when people say, ‘Don't put that coin in your mouth, you don't know where it's been’? Here’s why!

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The funny and fascinating side of money, asking one of life's essential questions!

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Where did this idea of money come from? What genius came up with this grand idea then?

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Ever wondered why we stash our cash in piggy banks? Find out all you need to know about saving money... and what pugs have to do with it.

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A glossary of terms used within the Money Stuff videos and activities.

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The fun and fast-moving Money Stuff series of animations bring money and finance topics to life for teens.
Play one of the animations and move on to a 15-minute activity; no preparation required! The pair and group activities also promote employability skills, particularly communication and teamwork, and will leave your students focused and energised.
Use Money Stuff as a time filler on cross-curricular days, during tutor time or as part of your personal finance lessons. It’s ideal for use in conjunction with Get Real with money to extend curriculum content, as a general warm-up and an overall introduction to Financial Education. Money Stuff is particularly good for use with vertical tutor groups where activities need to be relevant to a range of ages.

Are you planning a holiday? Planning on planning a holiday? Six easy steps you need to know before you book your tickets and travel!

Play video
Download worksheet

Thinking about moving out? Here’s a few things you might want to know before signing any contracts.

Play video
Download worksheet

Amazing facts about moolah! Useful, important, and impressive…

Play video
Download worksheet

So it turns out money is really, REALLY dirty. An intro to all kinds of filth, from the criminal to the just plain disgusting.

Play video
Download worksheet

SPOILER ALERT! This one involves an old lady, a ghost and a complex economic concept made simple using chocolate.

Play video
Download worksheet

You know when people say, ‘Don't put that coin in your mouth, you don't know where it's been’? Here’s why!

Play video
Download worksheet

The funny and fascinating side of money, asking one of life's essential questions!

Play video
Download worksheet

Where did this idea of money come from? What genius came up with this grand idea then?

Play video
Download worksheet

Ever wondered why we stash our cash in piggy banks? Find out all you need to know about saving money... and what pugs have to do with it.

Play video
Download worksheet

A glossary of terms used within the Money Stuff videos and activities.

Download