Million Bazillion Resources for Parents

If you’re a parent or guardian looking for more activities to do with your child to help dollars make more sense, you’re in the right place!

Are you an educator looking for activities, lesson plans and worksheets to teach your students more about money, business and the economy? If so, check out this page of fun resources.

Hey, parents and grownups!

Thanks for visiting! We know it can be really tough to teach your kids about money. Where do you even start? Kids have so many questions — and we know, they aren’t the easiest ones to answer! But we’re here to help. Keep reading for more tips. And together, we’ll help dollars make more sense!

1. Money Talks: Start with your kids’ money questions.

If your kid is anything like the ones we hear from on “Million Bazillion,” odds are they have a lot of smart questions — and we’re here to help with the answers! Start by asking them what money questions they have, then check out our podcast episodes to see if we’ve got an answer for them. Each episode includes some topic-related activities, discussion questions and a comic strip. Some of our most popular questions:

P.S. If you don’t see your kiddo’s question here, consider sending us their question. We might answer it in a future episode.

2. Sign up for the Million Bazillion Academy.

“Million Bazillion” has dozens of episodes that help answer the sometimes awkward, sometimes surprising questions kids have about money. For parents looking for more directed activities, we also offer Million Bazillion Academy. It’s a free monthlong course you can start at any time with specific lessons to help your kids set savings goals, shop smart and have better conversations about money. It’s appropriate for all ages, though younger kids might need extra help with the later lessons. Each week, you’ll get a podcast episode, a comic, discussion questions and a fun activity that lets kids apply what they’re learning in the real world.

3. Get Financially Inclined.

Looking for ways to introduce financial literacy topics to high schoolers? Check out “Financially Inclined,” Marketplace’s video podcast about practical money lessons for young people. Episodes come with listening guides and worksheets.

Did your kids attend our live school tour? We’d love to hear from you! Tell us what you thought or submit a question, and we might just answer it in a future episode of “Million Bazillion.