"I Statement" documents:

Fourth
Fifth
Sixth

Videos:

http://www.pheaa.org/partner-access/k12-counselors/publications.shtml#elementarySchool
These videos are just a few minutes long. They are short interviews with people in a wide variety of careers.

Games:

http://www.vaview.vt.edu/k5/play-it/career-town/main.cfm

http://bizkids.com/ videos and games related to entrepreneurship & money

Kids Work explore interesting jobs in a virtual community - meet real people in these jobs, try your hand at the job, etc.

Minyland virtual game where kids can budget and invest money, do jobs to earn money, etc. (4th-6th grades)

Unusual Careers Link:

http://www.vaview.vt.edu/68/whats-that/unusual-occ

The FunWorks for careers you never knew existed

http://www.drkit.org/success-at-work/work-videos/ Sample Glog for Non-traditional Careers. Students can listen to interviews and complete an accountability task.

Entrepreneurship:

http://www.econedlink.org/lessons/index.php?lid=476&type=student I can be an Entrepreneur - Student site

All Terrain Brain - information, games, activties, animations, etc. on finding your passion and being innovative


Other:

http://www.educationplanner.org/students/self-assessments/index.shtml Student Surveys - Self-Assessment Tools for getting to know what your learning styles and habits are.

Economic Ed - Tons of lessons/stories/activities related to money, budgets, etc. (4th-5th grades)

http://www.careerkids.com/resume2.html My First Resume- A resume-creating website for elementary students

http://www.themint.org/kids/ kid friendly calculators and quizzes related to earnings, savings and spending

Links for teachers:

career exploration

http://www.econedlink.org/lessons/index.php?lid=476&type=educator

Entrepreneurship Education 5-6 I can be an Entrepreneur - teacher site

http://www.inc.com/young-entrepreneurs - videos about entrepreneurs (young adults plus nontradition - Theresa Daytner)

job career resources