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Teaching students about saving and spending couldn't be easier with this jammed pack economics resource! This product contains easy to follow lessons to help you teach your class about financial literacy and the importance of saving money. This notebook is a teacher time saver! This product includes
If you are like me, you can always use more activities to review economics! These task cards/scoot activity were just the thing to help my students understand the basics of economics. There are 24 cards that specifically cover what the Georgia standards for third & fourth grade social studies su
This quiz is an excellent assessment tool for any elementary economics unit. It covers such concepts as consumers and producers, goods and services, trade, and interest. There are ten questions in all. Five of them are multiple choice, two are true or false, and the remaining three require a written
This is a cut and paste activity to introduce saving, spending, borrowing and giving. . I will use this to discuss and introduce SAVING, SPENDING, BORROWING & GIVING. We will discuss each situation and decide "What was being done with the money?" Easy to differentiate...Have your higher stude
What journey will this dollar bill take? In this FUN & ENGAGING activity, students will first discover which way the dollar bill is spent. Then they will discover how it was spent. Once students have created their own unique trail, students will then create a chain story (cause and effect) about
This hyperdoc was originally created for 2nd - 4th graders, but could easily be adapted for olders by replacing videos and or articles. The hyperdoc includes:Idea for whole group of indepedent read aloud (video link included)2 engagement activities (How would you spend $20?)6 exploration activities
Economics Part 4: Spending and Saving- BUNDLE - 3rd Grade SS PowerPoint Interactive Notes Assessment Study Guide Opportunity cost, benefit, budget, interest, deposits, withdrawal, balance See Below Other 3rd Grade Social Studies Economics Part 1: Natural, Human, and Capital Resources BUNDLE Cl
Spending and Saving: 4th Social Studies PowerPoint presentations interactive notes w/KEY Assessment w/KEY Task Cards expenses, income, budget, balanced budget, investment, fixed expenses, variable expenses, discretionary expenses, interest, profit *Some Powerpoints may have links to Brain Pop or
Spending Saving: PowerPoint presentations interactive notes w/KEY Assessment w/KEY Task Cards expenses, income, budget, balanced budget, investment, fixed expenses, variable expenses, discretionary expenses, interest, profit *Some Powerpoints may have links to Brain Pop or other external websites
PowerPoint presentation with explanations, definitions, questions and key terms to help with the teaching of 5 Motives for Spending, Saving & Borrowing.
Consumer economics: Understanding the importance of saving money and when to borrow money from a bank. Also, general concepts of how to spend money responsbility
The students will cut and paste vocabulary words from an Economics unit.
2nd Grade Economics worksheet Rock, Brock and the Savings Shock Read aloud extension worksheet SS.2.E.1.4 Explain the personal benefits and costs involved in saving and spending.
Little Social Studies Thinkers  is a complete social studies curriculum specifically for primary.  It's everything you need to introduce, teach, practice, and assess your primary friends.  It incorporates many state standards for 1st grade. This curriculum was completely researched, designed, and c
The wants and needs/earning and saving materials in this product were created to meet several standards within one unit. It address needs and wants, earning and saving, currency, job/community helpers and more. Here is a detailed list of the pages included in this packet.Activities Included:- Want
KinderSocialStudies™ Unit Five: Economics Save with the bundle! Save by purchasing the bundle! Each of the five units are $10! Save 10% by purchasing the bundle HERE! What is KinderSocialStudies? KinderSocialStudies Curriculum is a social studies curriculum for primary aged students. KinderSo
This 4 week unit utilizes literature, whole group activities, independent practice, interactive notebooks, and PowerPoint slide shows to teach the economic concepts of wants and needs, goods and services, saving and spending, and making choices. This unit includes: 17 colorful instructional posters
This is a COMPLETE economics unit. It is intended for second graders.This Unit Covers:- needs and wants- goods and services (producers / consumers)- saving and spendingIncludes:- 10 days of *editable* lesson plans, including some Talents Unlimited plans (although unit can be lengthened or shortened
****SIMPLY SOCIAL STUDIES - FIRST GRADE ****Unit 4 - Basic Economics What is Simply Social Studies all about?Simply Social Studies is a Social Studies curriculum that covers grade appropriate concepts and objectives for First Grade. (Kindergarten is also available and can be found HERE).What's incl
*This resource has been updated with a DISTANCE LEARNING component. The distance learning option was made in google slides. You must have a google account to access the file. Directions on how to use are included in your download. :)This spending and saving unit is JAM-PACKED with SO many activi
This is a 35-page Economics unit for 3rd graders. It is packed with vocabulary, anchor charts, activities, and assessments! The unit includes: - objectives - essential questions - standards covered - key terms - word wall/vocabulary cards - student vocabulary organizer - Econ pretest * producers
This Personal Financial Literacy unit is filled with hands-on, interactive activities. Teaching posters, graphic organizers, interactive notebook templates, a personal money portfolio, and so much more! It was created with the K-1 learner in mind and aligns directly with TEKS. Students are sure to
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 (
This 37-page ELA/SS unit has everything you need to introduce the basics of economics to your students! It includes wants, needs, goods, services, consumers producers, earning, saving, spending, supply, and demand. Simply print the unit as a student packet or distribute separately. Activities a

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