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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
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
Get your students ready for the ultimate Oregon Trail experience! This simulation activity will engage your students and have them excited about learning about the Oregon Trail from Independence, Missouri to Oregon.This resource provides an interactive experience that engages students to become pion
You are receiving 18 sort cards to help facilitate talks about economics…specifically goods and services! Includes: Goods and Services header cards with definition 11 goods cards 7 services cards Use for whole group sorting, or Kagan games like quiz, quiz trade….or place in a center as a follow up
NEEDS and WANTS Bingo! You are receiving: *18 consumable bingo boards. Each one has a different configuration. Have more than 18 students? No worries, just print as many as needed. More than one BINGO winner is even better! *4 sheets (2 needs/2 wants) or a total of 36 needs/wants BINGO CALL CARD
2nd grade economics vocabulary practice activities to be used as review for a test or to reinforce the economics unit's vocabulary. Activities include:Pages 2-5 - I have, who has cards and vocabulary listPages 6-9 - Flip flap books for vocabulary definition practicePages 10-11 - 4-in-a-row game boar
This 140 page unit is filled with everything you need to make teaching this story easier for you, and more engaging for the kiddos! There are worksheets, posters, graphic organizers, interactive notebook pages, games, centers, and a selection test.....Oh my! Table of Contents: Read Review Remember (
Learning about goods and services is one of the foundations for understanding economics. This mini unit can help your students learn the difference between a good and a service and those that provide the goods and services, the producers. You will be able to review what the definition of a good, se
Task Cards are a fun way to review important Social Studies concepts! This set has 30 task cards designed for "end of the year" second graders.Why use Social Studies Review Task Cards: Research tells us that concepts need to be reviewed frequently, or the brain will not remember ideas that have bee
This will help you out with one of the beginning concepts of Economics: Consumers and Producers.This is a Social Studies sorting game to practice the vocabulary "consumer" and "producer." Children will sort the task cards onto the apples that say "producer" or "consumer". The most important part o
Engage students with this fun, interactive social studies game. In this teacher vs. student powerpoint game, students play against the teacher as they classify objects as a "need" or a "want". There are 20 questions and you just click on each question to go to it. The question disappears after you'v
This is a great resource to use if you are teaching persuasive text. Advertising is a type of environmental text that is associated with the concept of persuasion. This presentation includes: - An elementary explanation about advertising - Where advertisement is located - The parts of an advertise
Students work together in small groups to make decisions about how to save or spend their money during the Great Depression. They will see what it is like to have a well paying job and then lose most of their money in the stock market crash of 1929. They will have to find a new job, place to live (
This is a game I have created to complement my Economics for Kids unit. The object of the game is to get a home, clothing, and food (meat/fish/eggs, bread, AND vegetables). You may barter goods or combine cards to make what you need. For example: wheat + fire = bread, sheep + shears = clothing, she
This economics unit includes 33 goods vs. service cards for sorting and high engagement games 9 vocabulary cards technology resources 6 student response sheets covering the concepts of goods/services, opportunity cost, and consumers/producers. 11 page early reader "What is... Economics?" for student
Servicetown was a beautiful little town, until a broken bridge caused havoc all over town! Use this four page story, worksheets and game to teach your students all about goods and services. Students even get a chance to look for goods and services in their favorite fairy tales! =====================
This highly interactive game gives students a hands-on, experiential understanding of the differences in between communism and capitalism. Students will learn more about the key components of communism, capitalism, and socialism. Out of all of the activities that I do in my class, students probabl
In this Hop and Think game, students move around the room to identify goods and services. (Includes 30 gamecards, recording sheet, directions, and answer key) ******************************************************************* Connect with me to see my products in action: Teaching Maddeness Blog
In this fun and easy-to-manage math game, students will practice using the add-on strategy to count coins up to $1.00. It's great for math centers or whole-class review in groups. This download contains: * printable game board blackline master * printable game board in color for laminating or ex
This economics set includes reading passages with questions, vocabulary posters, and an engaging board game / scoot activity. Using this set, students will learn all about economics including supply and demand, needs and wants, bartering, opportunity cost, scarcity, resources, and more. Be sure to c
This PowerPoint Presentation is in the format of a Jeopardy game. It focuses on reviewing the economic concepts taught in 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade. It covers resources, goods and services, needs and wants, economic problems, and economic terms. I, Elizabeth Hill, used to help review for the CRCT.
Touch Money is a great way to teach your students how to count groups of coins! I use this with my special learners who benefit from the visuals of touch points. This set includes 4 file folders with 12 piggy bank problems per file folder. Just glue into the file folder, laminate, and use Velcro f
Deserted Island- A Needs and Wants Activity:Students are deserted on an island and must determine if objects are needs and wants in order to survive. Working in groups, different scenarios will change what objects are selected. Students will also be able to add their own objects and complete a wri
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

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