Personal Finance Virtual Summer Camp from Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis | Kids Out and About Nashville

Personal Finance Virtual Summer Camp from Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

The St. Louis Fed's Economic Education team has created a virtual summer camp for children in grades 3-5 and 6-8. Through videos, quizzes, online modules and Q&As, young learners will discover and apply essential concepts such as how money works; how to evaluate everyday decisions; and how savings and credit are used.

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This summer presents special challenges to parents, including keeping younger kids engaged. Here’s a fun, free way to learn at home during summer 2020. Enroll your child in the St. Louis Fed’s Personal Finance Virtual Summer Camp.

Who: Children in grades 3-5 and 6-8.

What: Through videos, Q&As and online modules, your elementary or middle school student will discover and apply essential personal finance concepts, including:

  • How money works
  • How to evaluate everyday decisions
  • How savings and credit are used

When: This complimentary camp is open any time May 20 to Aug. 14. It is designed to last a couple of hours each day, Monday-Friday, for one week. Econ Lowdown automatically tracks your child’s progress, and you may follow along.

How to enroll: Visit Choose the Google Log In button and enter your child’s Google credentials. (If they do not have a Google account, you may use yours.) You’ll see an option to join a classroom.

  • Elementary School Virtual Summer Camp (Grades 3-5): enter code WMTJhNu
  • Middle School Virtual Summer Camp (Grades 6-8): enter code wsATScu

Questions? Reach our Economic Education team at

*Times, dates, and prices of any activity posted to our calendars are subject to change. Please be sure to click through directly to the organization’s website to verify.


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