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This is an activity showing 20 items with 3 pictures showing their development. Students need to sort the pictures and discuss the changes of the items from their beginnings. As an extension, I would ask to design the next development of the item. Then and Now Technology by Maria Elena Morales is li
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These Producer and Consumer activities were designed as a cross-curricular social studies unit (Reading, Social Studies, and Math) Activities on producers, consumers, goods, and services are included in these print and go activities. This product is part of my Economics Bundle. Click on the link
After learning about goods and services, students can show what they learned using this sorting activity. Students will cut out 12 different picture cards, glue them into their correct column (good or service), and then do some writing about what all of the goods and what all of the services have in
A common topic while learning about Neighborhoods is Needs and Wants & Goods and Services. This emergent reader will help learners understand the difference between a good (something you can see and touch that satisfies a need or a want) and a service (something you can't see but is provided by
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These graphic organizers help you teach goods and services through Laura Joffe Numeroff's books.After reading aloud the books have them sort the goods (ex.cookies) from the services (ex. sweeping) found in each book. Includes 3 Graphic Organizers:-If You Give A Mouse A Cookie-If You Give A Moose a
This packet contains material to support Georgia’s first grade educators while they teach their students the Georgia economic standards. As well, Discovery Education and Brainpop have excellent videos to introduce economics to our young learners. Use the books I created to help your students unders
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Help your students learn to distinguish the difference between needs vs. wants with this fill-in-the-blank reader. Coloring and completing the fill-in-the-blanks in this reader is a fun activity for students. The completed book can be reread to help students review the difference between needs and
Students cut & paste to sort pictures in to goods and services in this PRINTABLE. See my store (or the link below) for the DIGITAL version of this product:Goods & Services Digital Picture Sort: For Google Classroom - Distance LearningIncludes a second page that can be used to brainstorm &amp
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Simple center sorting activities to learn about basic economic vocabulary and concepts. Contents: Consumers vs. Producers: Printable sorting cards showing consumers and producers along with definitions and blank cards to draw your own. Assessment worksheet can also be used as a recording sheet In
Fun Wants and needs sight word reader that students can read and you can reinforce the concept of wants and needs with. Students can color, read, and learn all in one! Perfect for your christmas time lessons.
Use these cards as an introduction to community helpers, as a center activity, or for an activity the students can do when they finish their work early. If students cannot yet read, leave out the descriptions or have a more advanced student help their classmates. Here are two ways you can use these
This pack includes activities for young learners being introduced to the concepts of wants, needs, goods, services, producers and consumers. I've included posters with definitions of each concept as well as a whole class activity that accompanies it. In addition, I've included the pieces and instr
Needs and Wants Pocket Chart Sort with 18 picture cards, Titles in Spanish and English, and fun pages in English or Spanish to boot!
Looking for classroom money to match your rock 'n roll or rockstar theme? Look no further. This product provides you with one six-bucks-per-page printable file of rockin' classroom dollars. Just print, copy, and cut! Looking for classroom money in a different theme? Just ask. More themes available.
Students must make an economic choice and opportunity cost. Students make write which item was their economic choice and which item was their opportunity cost. They must explain why they made their choices.
This product is a 41 page interactive notebook that can be used in Kindergarten, First, and Second Grades. It covers Citizenship, Geography, American History, American Heroes, Folktales, Maps, Holidays, and Economics. It is full of graphic organizers, and other activities that the students can com
Relaying Goods and ServicesIf you are teaching economics or if your students need to review goods and services, this resource is for your class! Relaying Goods and Services will not only help students understand economics in our world, but it will also give them lots of physical activity. Of course,
Use Mo Willem's character, the Pigeon, to teach students about needs and wants. Students make these fun pigeon hats and sort different things that the Pigeon wants and needs. This works great as a quick assessment and is an easy way to tie in a literary element featuring a funny character. Enjoy!
This packet comes with many different ways to show the three types of communities. In this packet you will get.... - Rural, Suburban, Urban labels - word cards for each community (could be used in a center, visual, or interactive bulletin board) - picture cards for each community (also could be us
This Powerpoint presentation features a short rhyme telling what each of the following community helpers do: teacher doctor firefighter police officer, etc.
Help your kindergarten or first grade students understand the concepts of spending, saving and earning money. This product was made to go with an economics unit and contains multiple picture sorts for whole class instruction, cut and paste worksheets to practice or assess, materials and instruction
Looking for year-long plans for social studies for Kindergarten or 1st Grade? I have you covered with this bundle of 9 weeks of American History, 9 weeks of Geography, 9 weeks of Community Helpers, and 9 weeks of Civics and Governments. BONUS ADDED: two units on MONEY, WANTS and NEEDS.Check out
This powerpoint covers the following vocabulary words: wants, needs, goods, services, factory, industry, producer, consumer, and worker. It is great for distance learning!There are two videos links in the Powerpoint as well as notes on some slides.I used this with first grade but would be good for k
Primary Social Studies Activity. Students sort pictures in to wants vs. needs.This printable can be used a lesson or an assessment for wants vs. needs. Students cut out the pictures and glue them into the proper box.Includes a second page that can be used to brainstorm & list additional wants

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