Consumers

Be a Consumer Hero

Canadian site written by children which explains the concept of Buy Nothing Day and responsible consumerism.

Consumer Jungle

Shares ideas about making money, managing money, financial planning, spending wisely, and being financially healthy.

Don't Buy It

Shows some common advertising tricks and endeavors to help children see through the hype.

From Savers to Spenders: How Children Became a Consumer Market

Provides information about teaching children good consumer values.

How To Shop Smart

Tips and ideas for spending wisely include shopping for clothes, entertainment, electronics, and how savings add up.

Money Instructor

Gives information about teaching kids about money, personal finance, allowances, kids earning money, and starting their own businesses.

NSF Consumer Information: Just for Kids

Offers pages that are full of fun and interesting things to read and do, including consumer fact kits, food safety activities, water safety activities, and homework help.

Teaching Kids Online About Consumer Education

Gives tips to teachers and parents about why and how to teach kids about consumer education, includes links.

Teaching Money Skills Classified by Grade Level:Fourth Grade

Offers information and lesson plans to help children learn about money and consumer information.

What is Greenwashing?

Explains how to tell if a company is environmentally responsible or trying to cover up the truth.

You Are Here

Provides games and activities showing children how advertising works, how they might be targeted, and how to be suspicious of advertiser claims.

You Are Here

Provides games and activities showing children how advertising works, how they might be targeted and how to be suspicious of claims.

You Are Here

Federal Trade Commission presents a variety of games and activities designed to educate children about being intelligent consumers.

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