Kids will learn how to make a budget based on what they earn (income), what they spend (expenses), and what they save. In just a few minutes, your middle and high school students will understand the benefits of budgeting and how to apply it to their own finances right now.
How would you explain to your kids what it means to be a patriot? Do true patriots ignore America’s flaws or attack people who criticize the country? Or do they learn about, appreciate, and serve their nation in ways both big and small? In this episode, we give 6th graders and up 4 tips on how to be a rational patriot.
It’s never too early to start saving money and making fiscally responsible decisions that will last a lifetime. In this episode, your middle and high school students will learn why they should save, the purpose of opening a savings account, and how they can save for their futures.
Teach middle and high school students the truth about North Korea with this animated video (based on PragerU’s Around the World magazine). What happens when young Tae-song starts to discover the extent to which the communist government is oppressing him and his family?
Credit can be a great tool, but it can also lead to problems if someone takes on too much debt, especially early on in life. In this episode of Ca$h Cour$e, your middle and high school students will find out what credit is, what makes it “good” or “bad,” and how to build great credit for themselves in the future.
What happens when a country rejects freedom and modernity? Spoiler alert—it doesn't end well. In this episode of TBH History, we discover how a small group of communists used lies, terror, and murder to conquer the biggest country on earth. Also, meet the "Mad Monk" Rasputin!
Kid contestants compete to answer questions about America’s first billionaire, John D. Rockefeller, in this wild and fun game show based on the PragerU Kids biographical magazine. Your elementary students will laugh and learn the truth about the often-mischaracterized oil tycoon and great philanthropist who worked hard, saved his customer money, and gave away much of his wealth.
Elementary students will learn the value of hard work and patience in this episode, as Leo and Layla meet the ultimate underdog, King David from the Bible, who achieved great success and victory, even though he was once a poor shepherd boy.
In this retelling of Aesop’s fable, your kiddos will learn the value of compassion when a strong and powerful lion meets a small, frightened mouse. Unlikely friendship can be made (and lives can even be saved!) when kindness is shown to strangers.
Why was Davy Crockett an important figure in United States history? In this episode of Craftory, your kiddos will learn about this legendary frontiersman's commitment to freedom while making their very own DIY raccoon hat!
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