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Simply - It's a video of a researched money topic. A Money Fair should be a fun, interesting, and engaging activity for students at home or at school– at the same time as they learn about money and improve their ﬁnancial literacy and capability.
Virtual Money Fair involves students, either learning at home or in the classroom, selecting a money topic that is of interest to them, undertaking research to explore and learn about that topic, and then preparing a creative and engaging video presentation that showcases the outcome of their research and what they learned.
We will be getting submissions from across the entire country, posting them on the secure CFEE website and then highlighting the winner announced at the National Money Fair.
Ages 8-14 and/or grades 4-8 (only eligible to submit to one CFEE contest within the year)
Please submit videos no longer than 3 minutes
May 4,2022, 11:59pm EST
$2000 for first prize, $1000 for second prize, $500 for third prize
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn more by downloading the Virtual Money Fair GuideDownload the Guide
Here are just a few money topics that can get the creative juices ﬂowing. Remember submissions must be in video format but that video can be as creative as their imagination.
Videos should be maximum 3 minutes in length and include identifying their chosen topic, discussion of the key things they learned about money, as well as how they are going to apply what they learned to achieve a healthy financial future.
The Talk with our Kids About Money Day program is expanding internationally. For more information, or to request the program be implemented in your country, please contact us.
By registering, educators will be able to access the resources, lesson plans for their specific province, and the Teacher’s Guide.
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