Help your kids, teens or young adults learn about financesmoney
It’s important to educate young people about money, for their financial future and the future of our communities.
Teachers and parents can download these materials to use in your home or classroom. Or better yet, request to have a representative present the lesson in your classroom.
Teach your kids what money looks like, how much things cost and how to earn, spend and save with purpose.
Teach your kids how to budget, set financial goals, bank and save for the future.
Teach your kids how to budget, bank, use credit wisely, save and invest.
Teach your teens how to bank, budget, use credit wisely, invest and manage risk.
Teach your young adults how to manage debt and transition from high school to college.
Meet Reddy, our safety mascot. He’s ready to teach your kids about everything from conservation to farm safety through games and puzzles.
Your kids will have so much fun with Reddy, they won’t even know they’re learning!
Follow Reddy as he learns about recycling, identifies fruits and veggies and even learns how to make spiced carrot muffins!
Help Reddy do a fire safety check, find the fire exits in your house and create an escape plan together.
Ride along with Reddy as he learns about helmets, road signs and hand signals needed to stay safe on two wheels.
Reddy loves to go to the farm! Follow him as he learns how to stay safe when he visits.
You knew this day would come. Your teen is ready to drive. But that doesn’t mean you’re prepared to hand over the keys just yet. We get how important, and scary, this milestone is for both of you.
Here are some ways you can prepare your teen, and your pocketbook, for the big day.
Set up a meeting with your local rep. They can talk to your teen about how to stay safe behind the wheel.
Share this information with your teen to reinforce the importance of distraction-free driving.
"Distracted driving is real simple, it’s anything that takes you away from driving” - Officer Rex Reynolds
Adding a teen driver to your car insurance can also put a dent in your pocketbook. Here are two ways you can save and get the protection you need for your family.
Have your teen take our Simply Drive course and they may qualify for a discount.
Full-time students with at least a B grade point average could earn a discount.
Auto insurance policies issued by COUNTRY Mutual Insurance Company®, COUNTRY Preferred Insurance Company® and COUNTRY Casualty Insurance Company®, Bloomington, IL.
Discounts and availability vary by state.