FUNancial $marts for Kids

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Putting the Fun in Financial Education

Bellco teamed up with the nonprofit organization, Economic Literacy Colorado, to create FUNancial $marts, a financial activity book for elementary school students, middle school students, and our newest book for high school students!

The elementary school student activity book includes collaborative lessons of counting money, budgeting, and creating a business.

View the Elementary School Book

The middle school student activity book includes activities about real world money situations, making good choices about purchases, and ways to comparison shop.

View the Middle School Book

New! The high school student “survival guide” includes activities such as the differences between credit and debit cards, how to tip, factors to consider when making purchases, saving for college, and much more.

View the High School Book

With the help of a teacher, parent, or family member, FUNancial $marts can equip young people with knowledge to make informed decisions and prepare them to handle financial and economic challenges in their future.

Where to Get FUNancial $marts

All three activity books are distributed through Bellco branches and community partners. You can also view, download a printable PDF version of the book, or fill it out online by clicking one of the links below.

To request printed copies of FUNancial $marts, you can send an email to Please indicate in your email, the version you’d like and how many copies you’re requesting.

Helping Support Our Schools

For kindergarten to 12th grade students and their parents, Economic Literacy Colorado offers age-appropriate financial literacy program resources to support at-home learning about personal financial responsibility.

About Economic Literacy Colorado

Economic Literacy Colorado is the only Colorado nonprofit dedicated to economic and personal financial professional development for kindergarten-12th grade teachers. Its goal is for every Colorado student to be financially and economically capable of making informed decisions to set them up for success. Because Colorado students are not required to learn these fundamental life-skills, Economic Literacy Colorado works diligently to educate, engage and incentivize educators to make financial education a priority in their school or district, leveling the playing field for all Colorado students.