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Lab activity where students create a chemical reaction to produce a hollow penny! The results are pretty impressive and the students are interested and surprised to see a hollow penny. Great activity to provide a real-life demonstration of the 4 main reaction types discussed in Chemistry and also
So much fun for students! This is a lab they remember all year, and you know it's a win when they put photos of your class on their snapchat story :) Simple setup, and includes detailed, step-by-step teacher instructions for directing lab during class. Materials needed: colored goldfish, straws, but
This tasty lesson plan helps students experience the advantages and disadvantages of the assembly line and compare the assembly line to the cotage industry method of producing goods. Using edible ingredients students create cookies with smiley faces using both methods, compare their results, and us
In this Project Based Learning Science and Social Studies Bundle you will have everything you need to teach PBL this year! Creating these units are time consuming for any teacher and this bundle will save you hours and hours of work, planning and your time. We take the boring and make PBL fun and ea
Teaching economics isn't always easy for elementary students. This lesson might make it easier for them to understand WHY we buy the things we buy. We all have opinions that influence our choices. Using a name brand chocolate chip cookie and a store brand, students learn to compare the reasons why t
The "Branded: To be or not to be" foods lab allows students to analyze whether a food sample is a name brand or generic food. Everything you need to run the lab, including instructions, is available through this download. The only thing left to do is shop for your food samples! My students LOVE th
In a fun investigative activity, students calculate their yearly expenses for their chosen life. Students will decide where to live, what type of car to drive, fuel, utility cost, cable/internet, entertainment, etc.. By the end they will discover how much per hour a person will need to earn in order
The all-time classic! Teach your students basic economics principles with this wildly popular simulation. Students will want to try to increase profits over and over until they succeed. It's that fun! You will love the energy that this simulation brings to your economics lessons, and students will l
This activity has two parts. Part one is background information. Where did modern concepts of advertising come from? What is the psychology used in trying to sell someone on an idea and/or product? These questions are addressed in this first part of the activity. The second part involves application
This is a simple but fun research project that your Economics students can do on the Web or over the phone. They are two research 3 entry level jobs, collect the data, and compare it.This is the perfect activity to do in class or outside of class. After the assignment has been completed, you should
This is a real-world STEM Challenge that combines the scientific method, problem solving, economics, cooperative learning, teamwork, and self-evaluation. Students are given the scenario of working on a science & engineering team for the Wham-O Toy Company and are challenged to build the longest
This is a lab activity that is great for courses in economics (or home economics!). This lab is a food based "taste test" where you incorporate science with social studies- by having a blind taste test of three different foods (the given categories are cereal, chips and soda- but you can change this
Stock, bonds, savings - oh my! In this activity students learn about the social and personal benefits of saving. As well as how a savings account earns compound interest. Students work through a savings plan by selecting a saving purpose, goal, and target time frame.
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Economic Decision Making Unit includes high-interest power point files, video links, a vocabulary term list, vocabulary quiz, a student workbook and teachers guide to flipped classrooms delivered in a format that's easy to present. On their own, students will answer questions, using video links, g
This Lab activity is designed to integrate economics into science investigation. Students will study how consumers impact how products are made by doing a cookie taste test and other tests.
This lab requires model amusement park rides (K'Nex work well.) The lab is designed to help students determine the number of customers per hour that can be achieved with each ride.
Having trouble motivating your students with adding and subtracting double (or triple digit) addends. Use this great file. I created this excel spreadsheet to allow student to click and drag house layouts, furniture, and even plants to an area of land. Once they choose an item, they type it in th
This is a mini-lesson that prompts kids to explore the way commercials and advertising blur the distinction between fact and fiction. Critical thinking skills are applied in a way that challenges consumerist mentalities and contemporary culture. This learning module is not for the faint of heart.

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