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Using Google Slides and Google Forms, students will use the holiday theme format to solve multiplying with zeros and money word word problems. These engaging activities are self-grading so students get immediate feedback. They are perfect for distance learning.© 2015 Google and the Google Apps are r
This set can be used to help decorate a "store" center of an early elementary classroom. It can also be used when introducing the concept of money to young children. The set includes: *** A shopping list to be laminated for the kids to take to the store to remember what they need. *** Signs for t
These 4 practice sheets help students to understand how Monetary policy, loanable funds market, and money market affect each other.
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AP Macroeconomics 4.5 The Money Market Cornell Notes Print and Digital Blank and Filled In These Cornell-style notes are designed to follow Jacob Clifford's AP Macroeconomics Teacher Resources (2019 Updates). They can also be used independently. ******Link to Fillable Google Slides Included!!******
This lesson should be presented in stages over a series of 2-4 weeks. I have made every effort to follow the Montessori principles and theories to make basic economic principles accessible to the Primary age group. This lesson could also be useful and easily modified to meet the needs of Lower Eleme
This is a great PPT I have used in my 7th grade social studies class. My students love it. SS.7.E.1.1Explain how the principles of a market and mixed economy helped to develop the United States into a democratic nation.
Bundle of 9 editions of The Market & Your Money Real World Performance Task for 5th grade In the The Market & Your Money Performance Task, students use real information about an industry of their choice to practice informative reading and writing in an engaging, real world context. Student
Product Description:This is a 8 question listening guide for Planet Money’s The Indicator: Coronavirus and the Labor Market. This resource talks about the economic impact of the coronavirus on specific sectors. This resource includes:8 Question Viewing Guide with link to podcast***I specifically did
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6th - 12th
Money and the Stock Market In Everyday Life helps students learn business and mathematical concepts using real life situations.Money activities include: Foreign Exchange, Currency Exchange Work, Shop Hong Kong, Give A Tip, Personal Worth.Stock Market activities include: Personal Stock Watch, Dicti
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7th - 12th
Your students will learn about economics in this complete unit--with both print and digital options--including an informational text you can use either in place of or in addition to your textbook. You can use the printable versions, go completely paperless, or use a combination of both!This is a com
Project Based Learning for Math and ELA. Running A Lemonade Stand!This project integrates elements of math, ELA, technology, design, and planning into a student-made final product as they prepare to run a lemonade stand. This project at all of the preparation areas within Sales, Marketing, Organiza
These winter-themed Text Time passages were are just what you need for ready-to-use comprehension and close reading practice. There are 20 winter themed passages, each presented at two reading levels (grades 3-4 and 4-5) for a total of 40 passages. The passages are a mix of high-interest and curricu
Students work together in small groups to make decisions about how to save or spend their money during the Great Depression. They will see what it is like to have a well paying job and then lose most of their money in the stock market crash of 1929. They will have to find a new job, place to live (
The financial literacy for middle school students is something that can always be built upon. Do you think your students know how much money it costs to have the things they have at home? Do your students know the pay, schooling, and occupational outlook for careers they're interested in? Do they
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6th - 8th
A complete classroom economy with more than 60 pages of materials to get your classroom economy started! Included in this pack are:1. Detailed directions on how to get started.2. Student checkbooks-cover, register pages, directions, how to write a check tutorial, checks, and a wallet.3. Class Cash
Are you looking for some captivating activities to supplement your money program in Years 3 and 4? You will find worksheets for counting groups of notes and coins, money word problems, shopping activities and games. There is lots of variety to keep the children interested and learning with different
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3rd - 4th
Students can become an entrepreneur by opening their very own business. This PBL unit can be completed individually or in pairs. In this Market Day Economics Project Based Learning unit, students will become familiar with economics vocabulary, and learn about opening a business. At the end of the un
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3rd - 4th
FINANCIAL LITERACY - BUDGETING - MONEY MANAGEMENT 14-Day MS-EXCEL VERSION SIMULATION – is a very comprehensive, exciting, and interactive computerized real world turn-key activity/simulation whereby students “Flip the Die” for their “Station in Life” and experience “The Real World” according to the
These assignments can be used in an economics course to introduce, reinforce, or review concepts that will be or have been taught. Each bell ringer includes one or more thought-provoking questions about important economic concepts. PowerPoint and Google slides of each bell ringer are included so tha
With this engaging activity, students access the causes of the Great Depression by analyzing a variety of primary and secondary sources - including charts, graphs, quotes from historians, primary source quotes, and visuals. Although the stock market crash as often cited as the primary cause of the c
Lawn Boy Novel Guide, Test, Online Stock Market Simulation includes everything a teacher needs to use this great book in your classroom. Introduce students to economics, financial literacy, and personal finance using Lawn Boy by Gary Paulsen. This comprehensive guide to Lawn Boy includes: - Chapte
Black and White / Line Art United States Coins / American Coins / Money / Currency Clipart Set - 20 pieces of clip art in a pack or bundle for your worksheets or educational resources. All images or pictures are high resolution so you can have large illustrations of them and they'll still be clean a
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Looking for an engaging PBL to help teach economics in your classroom? Check out this fully loaded Market Day PBL! This product includes over 160 pages of materials needed to have an amazing Market Day with your students! To make a Market Day as authentic as possible, I split this activity up into a
This Stock Market Challenge activity is a multiple day challenge for upper elementary or middle school students. The activity is intended to give students a basic understanding of how the stock market works.Get the majority of my math products at a large discount by purchasing them as a part of my M
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4th - 8th

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