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Make your Economics Unit come alive for your primary learners through these fun and engaging books, games, worksheets and songs! Students will be able to make great connections from Community Helpers to Goods and Services then to Wants and Needs. Each unit builds on each other with daily lesson plan
This Wants and Needs unit is a 1 week unit that is Common Core and VA S.O.L. compliant. The lesson plan is easy to follow for parents and teachers that are dealing with distance learning. It provides the following:-Detailed schedule for each day, centered on our original S.O.L. Train songs. Fun
Economics Songs Mini Book Need an engaging way to teach economic terms? Feel like singing (or not?)? Then I have the resource for you! This easy-to-assemble mini book teaches these basic economics terms: consumer, producer, wants, needs, goods, services, money, bartering, scarcity, natural resou
I love using songs and poems to help my students remember important concepts. This is a song that helps differentiate between renewable and non-renewable resources.
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Great Mp3 recording teaches kids about saving money.Included:-Mp3 recording of original song-Lyrics sheetGoes great as an addition to our 1 month Coin Bundle which was featured in the TPT newsletter!Hello! We are Pam and Brittany, a mother and daughter team from SOL Train Learning, and we love recor
Economics Songs Mini Book Free Sample Are you economically minded? Then you probably like free samples, and I have the resource for you! This is a free sample of my larger Economics Songs Mini Book (found here: Economics Songs Mini Book) It includes lyrics to two songs, one about consumers/prod
Video version: https://youtu.be/vEhQiYghnV0When there’s not enough for you and not enough for meWhen we don’t have enough,there’s a scarcityWe have to make choices every,everydaybetween this and that, in our work and our play‘cause when we don’t have enough there’s a scarcityWhen things are scarce
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John D. Rockafellar---Carnegie, currency, inflation,Ida Tarbell,Standard Oil, Laissez Faire, American Dream, Pullman Strike,unions,and trustbusters are all mentioned in this rap about the Industrial Revolution. After reflecting on this product, I realize people like it, but I feel I can do bette
Song on S.O.L. Train CD. Teaches children about basic needs.This song is included in our Needs and Wants Bundle.Hello! We are Pam and Brittany, a mother and daughter team from SOL Train Learning, and we love recording songs and creating products that make learning fun and engaging for your students
This educational school song covers basic economics for primary age kids. The lyrics cover terms like goods, services, buyer, seller, consumer and producer. A great song to help kids see that they are already consumers too! "I've got money, take me to the store! Wanna buy some goods, give me mor
A student book with catchy songs to help remember economic concepts such as: buyers sellers scarcity wants consumers Print and cut along the red dashed line and pull the folded parts forward to make your book.. Fold between each page and in half long ways.
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These lyrics are very fundamental and basic. I offer plenty of rhymes that will help young people learn the basic concepts of supply and demand. Students will learn about shifting and meeting equilibrium. I use youtube instrumental rap beats to perform it. It goes with about anything I tried.
Here is a sample of the song for you. It focuses on SUPPLY and DEMAND as well as SCARCITY. I sing it along with the instrumental version of the Green Day song "Good Riddance" but you can sing it or rap it to anything you want. The Water Song Water, water everywhere, but not a drop to drink. Wate
For a video version, go to: https://youtu.be/AHTTBn4RmYYHey,Hey what do you sayLet's find some jobs, some jobs todayAnd find something you and I would like to doA job for me and a job for you!
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Created by YouTube Econ site "Econ Stories", "Fear the Boom and Bust", pits Keynes and Hayek in an epic rap battle that weigh in on the main central questions of our economic of our time. An engaging way of reviewing Keynesian Economics and its detractors with the help of John Maynard Keynes and F.A
This song Economic Wants can be used as an introduction to the Social Studies Unit. The tune is a familar one and after singing, students should know the difference between goods and services. For an extention, have students make a list of goods and services.
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When teaching elastic and inelastic demand, I accidentally switched the two. Therefore, to make sure that my students were not confused, I wrote this song to properly explain the difference between elastic and inelastic demand. This song is written to the music of One Direction's Story of My Life.
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This is an easy song to use with primary students to help them distinguish between needs and wants. You can use this with any Economics unit!
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This activity turns The Beatles’ tune Let It Be into an anthem on the attributes of Laissez Faire capitalism.  Students generally enjoy the song (it's at least a tune that provides a cultural history lesson ;-) and can follow along with the lyrics on the worksheet. The concepts explored in the 4 pa
This is a powerful lesson for students to see a modern connection to the past. Before this lesson, you should discuss with students how the North was complicit in slavery as much as the South was in the years prior to the Civil War. Northerners profited greatly off the backs of slave labor, whether
This Mimio lesson introduces students to the consumers and producers unit with slides that provide the definitions, a great song with music and lyrics, and four sort activities that include 64 objects that can be sorted as either a consumer or a producer. The song is to the tune "My Bonnie Lies Ove
This song taps on the 7 principles of mercantilism (it does not directly mention ALL 7 principles). Here is a sample below. I wrote the song to flow with the song All About the Benjamin's. Here is a sample: 1500’s come with goods getting sold. A nation’s wealth based on silver and gold You can h
I used the song C.R.E.A.M (Cash rules everything around me) by Wu Tang and made it Castles Rise Everywhere Around Me. This song is all about the different social groups that took part in feudalism and the Manorial System. Here is a preview down below. Serfs grew food on land that was arable Being
This song, Goods and Services. was written by Kris' Common Core Crutches, to help students get a better understanding about what a good is and what a service is. It is written to the tune of "If You're Happy and You Know It". It is a great resource for your unit on economics. In this download, yo
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