Financial literacy is an important topic that many feel is not given enough attention. To help combat this, the Australian government has produced MoneySmart: Teaching Resources. Here, readers will find a plethora of free lesson plans, digital activities, and other educational resources created for teachers, parents, children, and young adults. These resources can be browsed by year level, by learning area (e.g. science, the arts, digital technologies, etc.), or by focus (e.g. budgeting, young adults, sustainability, etc.). While all of these resources are designed to correspond to the Australian Curriculum, many of their underlying principles and concepts can also be helpful to learners outside of Australia. MoneySmart is run by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (an independent government body). In addition to its teaching resources, the entire website offers useful consumer and financial literacy information for audiences of all ages.