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Levels of Government Local, State, and National
This is a fabulous set for teaching levels of government at the primary level. It goes over LOCAL, STATE, AND NATIONAL only. It discusses how the mayor, governor, and president are in charge of these different levels!There are many activities included:➤3 posters (local, state, and national governmen
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United States Symbols Mega Unit {Posters, Books, Activities, Worksheets} US
This is a 217 page MEGA set for your United States Symbols Unit! This will be all you need to teach the American Symbols to your students. This set is great for 1st-3rd graders and includes the bald eagle, Statue of Liberty, the American Flag, the White House, the Washington Monument, Mount Rushmore
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Jobs, Goods and Services, Needs and Wants - Interactive Notebook
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Human, Natural and Capital Resources Cut and Glue Sort--Economics
A great way for students to practice identifying resources as human, natural or capital. They have to read the words and sort them accordingly. Resources can be a tricky concept for economics, so use this tool to help the kids understand the difference. A great follow-up to my resources sorting c
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Producers and Consumers Cut and Paste Sorting Worksheet - Economics
I created this worksheet for my students to have one more practice with understanding producers and consumers. They read the 12 situations and determine if it is an example of someone being a producer (making lemonade to sell) or a consumer (eating chicken nuggets from the restaurant). They cut,so
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Economics--Resources Worksheet--Natural, Capital and Human Resources
A wonderful follow-up to my resources sorting center. After the kiddos sort the picture-word cards into human, natural and capital resources, they color code the activity sheet (words only) to apply what they just practiced. A fun, engaging way to practice resources!
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Producers vs. Consumers Economics Color Sorting Worksheet
I created this Producers vs. Consumers color sorting worksheet to help my students better understand the concept. They needed one more additional activity to grasp the difference, so I did this as a guided activity as part of a minilesson. It could also be used as an independent activity, morning w
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Wants and Needs Sorting Center
Just print, laminate and cut out for an engaging way for kids to sort picture cards into the Wants or Needs category as part of your economics unit. Students sort the cards as a want or a need then record it on their recording sheet. They can do this in a small group as a center. Following the ac
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Economics--Resources Sorting Center--Natural, Capital and Human Resources
A great hands-on way for the kiddos to sort resources as human, natural or capital. Colorful picture-word cards that the students can sort in small groups for practice and/or review. There is a recording sheet included for students to record their answers after they sort the cards! Also look for
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Bartering or Scarcity? Economics Sorting Worksheet
I created this practice worksheet for the students to practice sorting scenarios as an example of bartering or scarcity. Students read the sentences, then cut, sort and paste them into the correct category. This can be used as a guided activity following a minilesson or as an independent practice.
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Wants vs. Needs Economics Sorting Worksheet
Great practice for sorting words (no pictures) into the Wants or Needs category. This can be a great assessment! It can also be used for homework or practice. Great follow-up to my wants vs. needs sorting center. I also have a wants/needs sorting worksheet with pictures! Check them out! :) I h
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Comparing Coins Money Worksheet - Counting and Comparing Sets of Coins
I created this simple money worksheet for my students to practice counting groups of coins and then comparing the 2 amounts using an inequality symbol ( >, <, or = ). This is non-themed and can be used any time of year! It would be great for a short homework, morning work, warm-up, guided pr
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A Beautiful Mind (2001) - Complete Movie Guide & Introduction to Game Theory
A Beautiful Mind is a 2001 American biographical drama film based on the life of John Nash, a Nobel Laureate in Economics. The film was directed by Ron Howard, from a screenplay written by Akiva Goldsman.These teacher-generated questions (27 in total) are designed to help students focus in on key in
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Vanishing of the Bees - Complete Video Guide
"Honeybees have been mysteriously disappearing across the planet, literally vanishing from their hives. Known as Colony Collapse Disorder, this phenomenon has brought beekeepers to crisis in an industry responsible for producing apples, broccoli, watermelon, onions, cherries and a hundred other frui
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Writing Checks, Check Registers and Consumer Price Index Activity Worksheet
This worksheet has students write three blank checks, has them put the information into a check register and supplies a CPI chart where students need to calculate prices of certain products. This is a great take-home assignment, part II of a test or group work activity.
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Wants and Needs Cut and Paste Sort--Economics Worksheet
Students cut and sort the words under Want or Need. A great follow-up to my Wants and Needs Center, or my Wants and Needs color coding (pictures) worksheet. A great assessment tool or just practice!
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Goods and Services Economics Color Sorting Worksheet
This is a great activity for the kids to identify if a job is one that produces a good or provides a service. Students color the goods blue, and the services orange. This would be a great follow-up to my goods and services sorting center! Check it out! A great addition to your economics unit!
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VAAP Economics: Job Description Match (4th Social Studies)
This packet is aligned with Virginia Alternative Assessment Program (VAAP), 4th grade Social Studies ASOL: HS-E 1 The student will match simple descriptions of work that people do with the names of those jobs.Includes:-Suggested Use-Memory Card game-Fill in the blank worksheet-2 Cut and paste worksh

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Wants and Needs Sorting Worksheet
A great follow-up to my wants/needs sorting center! Students color the wants and needs in different colors. A great addition to your economics unit for K-3 grade.
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Goods and Services Sort and Recording Sheet
A great, hands-on way for the students to sort picture cards under goods or services (for example: mechanic or baker) Then, after all of the cards have been sorted, the students record their answers on the recording sheet. Just copy the cards onto cardstock and laminate, and make a class set of c
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Goods and Services Cut and Paste Sort - Economics
I had already made a sort in which the students sorted the various jobs into the category or Goods or Services. For this sort, I wanted examples, such as haircut, getting grass cut, buying a toy, etc. to be what the kids sorted. So I created this sort to do as a guided activity with the students.
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Distribution Simulation Interactive Student Centered Lesson Plan
My all time favorite lesson. This was used for my marketing class but I also used it in my Economics class. Basically it introduces the idea of distribution (how things get from point A to point B). The students job is to get EGGMAN from point A to point B without damaging him. Includes the Lesson
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Middle School- Stock Market Mini-Unit
This mini-unit teaches students the background terminology associated with the Stock Market. Students will receive direct instruction about the basic concepts of businesses, stocks, profits, and how they all are tied together in the stock market. The goal of this mini-unit is to teach middle school
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Economics Word Search--Essential Vocabulary!
A great way to practice recognizing and spelling the essential vocabulary from the Economics unit. This would be a great introduction to the unit, or even something fun to do at the end of the unit. This word search contains all of the essential vocabulary that the students need to know. It would
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