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There are 60 different activities and topics addressed in these social studies interactive notebook printables, and many of the pages can be used in a variety of ways, so it's sure to meet your specific state standards. These flipbooks can be used for interactive notebooks or even social studies lap
KinderSocialStudies™ Curriculum Units- a kindergarten AND first grade comprehensive social studies curriculum designed for a classroom's whole-group instruction and easily adapted to fit a guardian-led homeschool setting! If inquiring about this bundle for a homeschool setting, feel free to email me
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Your students will learn about economics in this complete unit--with both print and digital options--including an informational text you can use either in place of or in addition to your textbook. You can use the printable versions, go completely paperless, or use a combination of both!This is a com
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This set of activities has everything you need to teach your students about goods and services. Appropriate for first and second grade social studies.Includes:Vocabulary Posters (goods, service, consumer, producer, supply, demand, and barter)Goods and Services Picture SortWriting TaskCut-and-Glue Wo
2nd Grade Social Studies Curriculum- This bundle is designed for the second grade classroom and easily adapted to fit a guardian-led homeschool setting! If inquiring about this bundle for a homeschool setting, feel free to email me directly with any questions at tara@littlemindsatwork.org!A Note Abo
A K/1 Social Studies Unit introducing concepts of economics through games and activities: * Needs and Wants Webs and Sort (p. 3-6) * Goods and Services Webs and Sort (p. 7-10) * “Making Choices” Activity (p. 11) * Drawing Basic Needs (p. 12) * My Economics Book (p. 13-16) * “Why Save?” Writing
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This is an engaging economics unit that students will love! There 20 fun activities and skill building worksheets to make economics meaningful to students. Some of the concepts taught include:goods and servicestypes of resources (natural, human, capital)entrepreneurproducerconsumertaxessupply and d
KinderSocialStudies™ SET TWO: a kindergarten AND first grade comprehensive social studies curriculum designed for a classroom's whole-group instruction and easily adapted to fit a guardian-led homeschool setting! If inquiring about this bundle for a homeschool setting, feel free to email me directly
The goods and services / producers and consumers materials in this product were created to help students understand basic economics. These concepts can be difficult for young learners but these activities will help them grasp the ideas in a fun manor. Activities Included:-Anchor Charts for Goods,
This primary economics resource includes a 12 page book that helps the students define goods and services as well as a sorting activity. The book contains fill-in-the-blanks and an area to glue the black and white images that correspond to each page (or you can have your students illustrate their ow
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This What is a Community? resource was created to help primary students understand economics concepts related to types of communities, goods, services, consumers, producers, and community helpers.--Inside you will find the following resources and activities:• Community Vocabulary Cards: These pages
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This is an economics unit for second grade that is aligned with Second Grade Common Core Social Studies Standard E.1.1-1.6. This unit includes almost everything you need to teach this standard. There are lesson plans for you, a student book, a study guide, a test, a take home project with a parent
Little Social Studies Thinkers  is a complete social studies curriculum specifically for primary.  It's everything you need to introduce, teach, practice, and assess your primary friends.  It incorporates many state standards for 1st grade. This curriculum was completely researched, designed, and c
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This is a set of activities, worksheets, and posters to support your primary economics unit on needs and wants. Includes:Vocabulary Posters with definitions of needs and wantsPicture Sort - Students sort picture cards according to whether the item is a need or a wantWriting Activity - Student write
Immerse your 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders in a real life yearlong classroom economy where they build financial literacy by living it each day. Students will use decimal addition and subtraction skills as they earn classroom cash, spend, and save money. They will pay bills and fines, manage their check
This product received a HUGE make-over in June 2016. Please redownload if you have already purchased it. This is a Powerpoint lesson on Producers and Consumers for Economics. This can be a very interactive lesson if you print the second to last page. These are Producer and Consumer strips that you
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Teach your students about Supply and Demand. This resource is compatible for use with your Google Classroom™ or for distance learning. The passage in this versatile resource combines social studies and reading informational text in one convenient lesson. It’s easy for teachers and fun for kids! Thi
Whoo hoo! Finally, a fun (and easy) way to teach some difficult economic concepts! This 53-page file on Economic Systems (Traditional, Market, and Command) is full of engaging, hands-on activities that will make your students understand those tough concepts. Enjoy! Included in this file: ~Vocabular
This is a 35-page Economics unit for 3rd graders. It is packed with vocabulary, anchor charts, activities, and assessments! The unit includes: - objectives - essential questions - standards covered - key terms - word wall/vocabulary cards - student vocabulary organizer - Econ pretest * producers
This 4 week unit utilizes literature, whole group activities, independent practice, interactive notebooks, and PowerPoint slide shows to teach the economic concepts of wants and needs, goods and services, saving and spending, and making choices. This unit includes: 17 colorful instructional posters
Engage students with this fun, interactive community helpers game. In this "Who am I" game, students must guess the community worker. There are 10 questions and you just click on each question to go to it. Each question has 3 clues and student have to guess which community helper it describes. Clu
The wants and needs/earning and saving materials in this product were created to meet several standards within one unit. It address needs and wants, earning and saving, currency, job/community helpers and more. Here is a detailed list of the pages included in this packet.Activities Included:- Want
The concepts of "wants" and "needs" are important for kids to learn early on, and this activity pack is exactly what you need to teach this lesson! It's designed for the primary grades, although it can be used in the upper grades, as well. Your students will have a blast! Download the preview for d
Interactive Notebooks are all the rage in Language Arts and Math classrooms. (And rightfully so, they're awesome!). It's time we bring them to Social Studies! This kit will help you jazz up some of your geography/history/government/economics lessons and make them engaging and FUN! The 100+ activitie

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