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Classroom Economy Pack offers classroom money patterns in a variety of denominations as well as directions for setting up a Classroom Economy system. You'll find ideas for staging class auctions and other reward programs. Perfect for fostering financial literacy and for teaching kids how to manage m
This lesson provides a fun educational simulation for students to experience trade during the age of mercantilism. The classroom interactive experience is set up so that they will see the impact of the rules created by England to limit trade, and increase profit. This has really helped my students t
Challenge your gifted and talented to play the “game of life” and survive financially during their first year in college. This concept-based unit allows students to “earn” an inheritance from a distant relative by repurposing items from a barn. With this “money,” students find affordable housing,
What’s in this packet? Lemonade Stand lesson plan pp. 3-4--This lesson plan links in with an online resource. As many or as few of the forms below can be incorporated. Lemonade Stand Calculation Sheet p. 5--Students can track their progress in the Lemonade Stand simulation. Optional: Make multi
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Challenge students to put key economic skills to the test in this hands on, engaging activity! Students will create a budget, analyze available factors of production, and perform an actual work task to generate a profit. This simulation utilizes common materials (toothpicks, cookies, paperclips, w
**Includes a Google version for your Distance Learning needs! Please make sure any resources placed online are password protected (no public access) Thanks!In this 22 page packet, you have everything you need to conduct a lesson on the 4 Market Structures: Perfect Competition, Monopolistic Competiti
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The Checkbook Project pumps life into a classroom the way the stimulus package pumped bucks into GM. It improves test scores, inspires the entrepreneurial spirit, and even turns "thugs" into pussycats. Simply put, it's a more complex form of "class money" without the bother of handing out Monopoly b
This is a complete unit teaching students how personal choices result in benefits and consequences. It teaches them how to create a budget, use a checkbook, balance an account, and prepare for the unexpected. Your students will love this unit, being able to choose their occupation, home, vehicle w
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Searching for Economics Activities? Are you looking for a way to make economics class more enjoyable or maybe you just want to improve classroom management? Classonomics is an interactive classroom economy that will boost student engagement and help reinforce the major concepts of a market economy.
This packet includes 10 days worth of plans to cover many economic standards. You will set up a class store and students will learn through real, hands-on experience about economic concepts. I have included coupons you can use for students to buy at your store, so you don't have to spend additiona
Sure there are lots of consumer math lessons out there, but this one is just like being in a reality game show. Each student draws a biographical sketch depicting their income, marital status, number of children and education level. Using the statistically accurate data, they plan a budget, purcha
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In this two part project, students will research business terms, design a school business, and present it to a panel of investors (Shark Tank style). The project is very guided so that students don't get overwhelmed, but questions are open ended to allow for critical thinking and creative problem so
Get your students up and moving as they play the role of Native American tribes that travel around your classroom to barter for resources. Each tribe starts with a few items that would have come from their respective U.S. region. But, gathering all of the items to win the game will take a little luc
Personal Financial Literacy Program- MAKE MONEY, MANAGE MONEY, INVEST MONEY A year long unit on financial literacy via a classroom economy. Be the teacher your students will never forget while giving them knowledge they will carry into their own futures!  Do this by creating your own classroom e
The “Ye Olde Shopping Trip” lesson allows students to experience the frustrations of colonists in America as the British government continued to increase taxes. Working in groups, students transform the classroom into a colonial market, much like that seen in Colonial Williamsburg. At the end of
In this fun and engaging simulation, the students will take control of one of seven nations and try to meet their citizen's needs. Each nation has different resources and goals that allows students to employ critical and strategic thinking This lesson focuses on the importance of international trade
This is my favorite lesson/activity/simulation of the school year. I use it to introduce the causes of the Great Depression and the Dust Bowl, but it can be used to teach a lot of important lessons. It is perfect for looking at boom and bust cycles, supply and demand, the recent economic recession
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Get jazzed up for this multi-unit business simulation! This simulation provides students with 8 business content tasks based on the scenario of owning their own service-based, small business. This project covers marketing, communication, finance, business ethics, and business management. This produc
This trading simulation game was developed during my practicum as part of a unit on Canada's trading partners but can be easily adapted for History and Social Studies lessons in other countries, as well as exploring ancient civilizations. The focus of the game is to instill an understanding of the u
Simulations are composed of an introduction or briefing, the simulation itself, and a debriefing that gets at critical thinking and reflection. They provide students with an active role that focuses on and helps bring to life a historical event, character, or concept. The concept of an ASSEMBLY LI
This simulation allows students to understand the hows and whys of our economy. During this lesson, students will pretend to have jobs, pay rent or mortgage, experience the daily events that affect our personal connection to the economy. A journal is provided for students to reflect upon their lea
This product contains 5 role-play scenario task cards and notes to the teacher. This activity provides scenarios for students to act out when covering interviews and careers. Please see the Preview for Teacher Notes. Ask for 5 student volunteers. You will have one interviewer and four interviewees.
This simulation is designed to teach students how a market is affected by monopolies. Students act out two scenarios as a part of this simulation. Scenario One Four to five students are identified as "sellers." They will decide on a price for their product and then attempt to earn more money than t
This has been one of the most impactful lessons I have created, namely because I still periodically hear from former students about how this activity helped them secure their coveted jobs. This activity is a simulation in my book, "You're Gonna Need a Bigger Wallet." The entire book's .pdf can be

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