Teach money skills with Banzai Teen
Tackle Realistic Scenarios
Life's a tough tutor, and the "right" decision often isn't obvious: do you repair your old car when it breaks down, or do you buy a new one? Banzai Teen uses real-world situations to teach teens about managing their money.
Try and Try Again
The Teen course puts student in the life of a recent high school grad saving for college registration, with unpredictable outcomes for each decision: which apartment should you rent? Do you buy renter's insurance or not?
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Saving for the Future
Students get a realistic idea of how their lifestyle affects their ability to save: do you have enough to register for college? What will you cut from your budget?
Mastering a Budget
Banzai Teen teaches your students essential financial skills—tracking income, transfers, and expenses—that they can apply in the real world.
How long does this course take to complete?
What student resources other than online courses does Banzai offer?
A teacher toolkit is accessible after teachers create their free accounts. Within their toolkits, teachers have access to downloadable worksheets on topics including digital citizenship, financial literacy, college preparation, and soft skills. Workbooks are also available for classrooms that have little to no access to the internet.
Do Banzai courses change year to year?
Banzai will periodically review the course to update and improve it, but the core principles taught in this course will not change.
Prepare your students for adult life with Banzai's interactive, personal finance curriculum.