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This "Make a Town" Economics unit it a perfect way to engage your students while learning all the economic concepts. Your class will transform your classroom into a town. Your students will learn about: needs, wants, goods and services, producers, consumers, and opportunity cost. This unit also impl
This great informational reader is a great supplement to your unit on needs and wants. To save on paper and printing, each page has the same text on the top and bottom. Instead of running off 20 copies, you would only need to run off 10. Informational reader is 6 pages long. There are 3 activity s
This 26 page slideshow goes with the 2nd Grade Social Studies Standard: Student will identify ways in which goods and services are allocated (by price; majority rule; contests; force; sharing; lottery; command; first-come, first-served; personal characteristics; and others). This unit is great way
This is a poster set that can be used when teaching your elementary Economics Unit. I created the posters using the vocabulary that my third graders need to know in Virginia. You could use them with any grade that learns these terms. The posters include: needs, wants, goods, services, natural reso
Your students will love practicing the concept of supply & demand with this sort! The situations are easy for students to relate to, and the cards are colorful! Enjoy!
This set contains all of the images as shown here. BLACK AND WHITE and COLORED included. Each image is saved in its own 10 inch png file. Saved at 300 DPI. Here’s the link to my TOU: http://melonheadzillustrating.blogspot.com/p/terms-of-use.html © Melonheadz Illustrating LLC 2015 Thank you! Xox, Nik
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
Economics can be a challenging topic to teach, because there are some abstract ideas and complex mathematical concepts. However, these causation cards will help your students master this information! They were created for upper elementary, but they can even be used in middle school!This Product Incl
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 set contains all of the images as shown here. COLORED VERSION ONLY. Each image is saved in its own 10 inch png file. Saved at 300 DPI. Here’s the link to my TOU: http://melonheadzillustrating.blogspot.com/p/terms-of-use.html © Melonheadz Illustrating LLC 2015 Thank you! Xox, Nikki
This 14 page flipbook goes with the 2nd Grade Social Studies Standard: Student will identify ways in which goods and services are allocated (by price; majority rule; contests; force; sharing; lottery; command; first-come, first-served; personal characteristics; and others). This flipbook is great
This is a class money set that has $1, $5, $10, $20, $50, and $100. This also comes with a class wallet label. I cut these out and put on a letter size envelope to make my student's wallets. The cash is black and white for easy printing. Includes a full set of class cash, wallet label, blank set of
This set contains all of the images as shown here COLORED VERSION ONLY. Each image is saved in its own 10 inch png file. Saved at 300 DPI. Here’s the link to my TOU: http://melonheadzillustrating.blogspot.com/p/terms-of-use.html © Melonheadz Illustrating LLC 2014 Thank you! Xox, Nikki
Get your students moving with an interactive way to have a discussion about the Marketing Functions! If you're not familiar with the idea, a gallery walk is essentially where students move around the room to complete a task. This product contains 10 discussion questions on the 7 functions of marketi
Front and Back Australian Notes and Coin printables. Print them out, laminate them & use in the classroom! Can be used as Australian play money or for hands on Maths activities.
This PDF includes 16 printable cards that contain goods and services on them. Each card also contains a picture of the image so younger students or ESL students will be able to understand the meaning. Students can work by themselves or in groups to sort the cards and place them under the correct hea
Great Depression This product contains 16 QR Code task cards that can be used in a variety of engaging ways to help your students learn or review the Great Depression. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Like this product? Awesome! Lea
Start each class with a bellringer to spur classroom discussions.This product contains instructions/expectations, a bellringer form, and 64 Introduction to Business and Marketing bellringer questions and sample responses. Topics include: business concepts and operations, marketing, finance, social r
Put your students to work, teach responsibility, promote a sense of community within your classroom. This classroom economy freebie is a great way to start a system in your classroom where your students get paid pretend money for their jobs. Visit our blog at www.therealteachersoforangecounty.blog
Increase higher-order thinking in your Personal Finance course by having students apply, analyze, and evaluate information. This EDITABLE Microsoft PowerPoint Presentation contains 12 scenarios that make great classroom discussion. Topics covered include: saving up for a purchase, budgeting, overdra
This is an activity that you can do with your class in order to teach them about the concept of scarcity. Please feel free to email me if you have any questions about this lesson!
Get your students moving with these engaging chat stations! Topics covered include: 50/30/20 rule, budgeting, maximizing saving returns, saving strategies, net worth, depository institution account types, etc. This activity is perfect for a Personal Finance course. Chat stations are a great addition
Don't miss this FREE pacing guide for your Introduction to Business and Marketing course. This curriculum guide contains unit breakdowns, topics for each concept, approximate number of days spent on each unit, and links to products that fit with each sections. This resource should provide you with a
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Looking for a fun way to start your stock market lesson? This lesson hook will grab your students' attention. Students will use the Internet to research 10 basic open-ended questions. This activity is best used for a student audience that has no prior knowledge of the stock market. Students can work

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