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Financial Garden is a holistic youth financial literacy company that serves grades K -12.  Statistics show that while parents think it is important to teach their children financial literacy; very few are equipped to do so. Our mission is to change families’ money tree by planting financial seeds with students as early as possible. Who knew that fun and impactful financial literacy could occur in just 60 minutes through interactive games and activities! 

How does it work?

A trained professional comes to your organization's site to engage students in 6 areas of financial seed planting:

  • Financial Decision Making (Emotions & Money)
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Budgeting 
  • Banking Basics
  • Debt Fundamentals
  • Investing Basics

Financial Garden's interactive curriculum was developed in accordance with National Standards in K- 12 Personal Finance Education. Tailor sessions to fit your organization's needs! Whether it is one session or a full school- year, we can assist!

Parent's Night

Parents are involved every step of the way! We host an engaging parent’s night at the beginning and end of the program. Parents will also receive a weekly newsletter of summarizing students progress. 


Packages include all materials and prizes for students. Pricing is determined based on the number of students in the program. 

E-mail us at or call us at 734-363-8845 for a quote today!

Financial Literacy for all ages!


Students are introduced to the basics within our 6 areas of financial seed planting. Each student will be able to understand the concept of earning money (with Financial Garden Bucks) and making  financial decisions in each session!

Middle School

Middle School students will be able to apply the 6 areas of seed planting to real world scenarios! A deeper dive into careers and entrepreneurship is also introduced.

High School

Every session will be full of hands-on real-life financial lessons from our 6 areas of seed planting that teens can apply immediately! Bonus: Our pre-college boot camp addresses common financial aid myths.