Virtual Money Fair

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Celebrate your financial smarts on May 14, 2025

Actually you can celebrate any day that you teach or learn about money, but we want everyone who can to use May 14, 2025 as a national “celebration” and then share with us what you did!

Money Fairs and Other Ideas

Money Fairs; What are they?

A Money Fair is a fun way for students to learn about a money related topic. Students select a topic, prepare a presentation and present it. It’s a great way to showcase their work and share what they have learned.

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I was so impressed with the presentations, the conversations, and the format of the fair. Thank you to each of you for spending your time with our students and our staff to ensure relevant learning in a realm that is so misunderstood by many. Together we made a difference in the future choices of our youth! We would love to have the feedback you collected in planning next year's event!

Jillian Marino, EPSB, Edmonton, Alberta

I’ve spent a career working to help Canadians Feel Good About Money! Wouldn’t it be amazing if we learned the basics as kids and didn’t have to make major money mistakes in our adulthood that can take years, even decades to fix? That’s where the incredible work of Gary Rabbior, CFEE and Talk To Your Kids About Money Day come in.  Take part and help your kids learn what you didn’t about finance growing up.

Kelley Keehn, Award-winning, best-selling author/Consumer Advocate, Financial Planning Standards Council
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