The 2005 version of the All My Money curriculum is currently out of print. Efforts are underway to revise and re-publish. As a temporary measure, University of Illinois Extension has posted online selected portions from the curriculum. These PDF files can be downloaded at no cost. They are generally unrevised lessons from the 2005 curriculum and may contain dated material
Once the new version of All My Money is available for purchase, the files from the 2005 edition will no longer be available for download. At that time, information about how to purchase or receive training in the new version will be posted on this website. To be notified when the revised version is available, send us a message using the Contact Us page.
The Spanish supplement, Todo Mi Dinero, is still available for purchase from PubsPlus.
Do your clients need help with financial management skills? Would you like a complete and easy to use curriculum that fits your audience? All My Money was designed for you.
All My Money curriculum gives you:
All My Money is research based, and was developed by the Consumer and Family Economics team at the University of Illinois Extension. Each lesson can stand alone or be taught as part of the series.
All My Money was written for use by agency staff and educators who may or may not have financial expertise and who work with limited resource audiences. Classroom teachers also like the program for use with teens because of the easy reading and numerous hands-on activities. It lets participants learn from their own experiences, each other, and from the process of doing the activities.
"I've just finished teaching the All My Money course to the women in our Transitional Living Program, and it's been a success. The curriculum is written in a way that really holds their attention, gets them interested, and keeps them active. It's also formatted in a way that is easy to adapt to my group without requiring hours of prep time. I've really enjoyed the experience of facilitating this course. I've had lots of experience with facilitating children's classes but not much with adults, and I found it quite fun!"