Education and Resources

Resources for Youth

We offer financial empowerment resources to help young Tennesseans make responsible money choices and grasp critical financial concepts.

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 Vault—Understanding Money: Making financial education fun and impactful

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unlock your financial skills and expertise with vault - understanding money!

the vault-understanding money interactive challenge, provided by the tennessee financial literacy commission, introduces students in grades 3-8 to financial education skills, helping them grasp critical financial concepts in income, careers, planning, credit, borrowing, insurance, safety, savings, investing, and more!


Before you begin, you will need a registration code.

Option 1: Set up your classroom (if applicable)

If you are participating as part of your classroom team, you can enter your classroom's registration code when prompted. By entering your classroom code, your scores will be included in your class totals.

Option 2: Use a generic code to begin playing now

If you would like to play the Vault game without tracking your scores, please copy the following registration code when prompted: f34ff7b0

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Got your registration code?

Once you have your registration code, you're ready to enter the Vault! Click the launch button below to login.

First time playing the Vault game? Be sure to click Register and select Student/Learner. From there, you can enter your registration code and get started!

Launch the Vault game

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Printable Lessons for Financial Education

As an additional resource, the TNFLC has lesson plans that can be printed and shared for times when you may not have access to a computer. each plan includes the learning objectives, materials needed, worksheets for students, and answer keys for educators.


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Get your school involved in financial education!

You're never too young to begin learning solid financial practices!

Helping provide financial education resources to students across Tennessee

The Commission works closely with school districts to design custom approaches to financial literacy in their schools. Students have consistently achieved higher scores in key financial education areas, following the core programming.

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Register your school or classroom!

To register your classroom, please have your teacher or administrator contact:

Bill Parker

Director of the Tennessee Financial Literacy Commission

(615) 532-5892

Contact Us

Have questions about financial education?  We're here to help!

Bill Parker, Director

(615) 532.5892

Mailing Address

Tennessee Financial Literacy Commission
P.O. Box 198782

Nashville, TN  37219-2956