Can you be more specific?
Here's a few things we do to teach about the world of money and consumerism:
We use cash where we can and I let the girls pay and receive change. The farmer's market is the place we have the most fun with this.
The girls get a very small allowance with which they can navigate the world of money and stuff and desire.
We don't watch commercial TV, so when we happen to, or when they see ads in magazines and catalogs we talk about what the company wants you to feel when you see the pictures, wanting to entice you to buy what they sell.
We talk about the cycle of money, the recession, farm-to-table or manufacturer-to-home. These conversations seem to happen most during our long drives or at the dinner table.
As for curriculums and other, more structured learning activities, we don't do those. The real world has ample lessons there for the taking.