Money Smart Week @ Your Library

Planning an effective Money Smart Week @ Your Library  event is as easy as 1, 2, 3:

1.  Check out the resources below and on the Money Smart @ Your Library website to decide on the audience and theme your event will address;
2.  Register your event with ALA in order to receive updates and materials;
3.  Register with ICfL in order to receive posters and bookmarks

Resources

ALA partner kit: All the details about planning events
Reigster for the Money Smart Mailing list: Stay current with ideas and activities via this listserv
Idaho Department of Finance: List of state and federal resources supporting financial literacy
Idaho Financial Literacy Coalition: This statewide group focuses on financial literacy for Idaho citizens of all ages and has a Speaker's Bureau with speakers qualified to speak free on various topics. 
Money As You Grow Booklist:  Books on money use appropriate for ages 3-13
Money As you Grow website: 20 things children and young adults should know to live financially responsible lives
Money Smart logo: Read the use standards before using the logo
Savings Fitness: A Guide to Your
Money and Your Financial Future
Available in English and Spanish; order up to 10 free copies
Security and Exchange Commission: Resources, free publications and fact sheets on all aspects of investor education.
Web resources and program ideas: Great programming ideas for different age groups and topics