You are receiving a sorting page to provide practice on identifying consumers and producers…could also be used as an assessment too!
1 sort page is included
1 answer key is included
If you need other consumer/producer resources check my store for a poster pack. I also have needs/wants and good/serv
This 125+ page packet bundle provides students with a variety of information and activities that help to introduce them to the skills necessary for obtaining a job or career. As there are a lot of documents included in this file, a teacher instruction page
This fun and colorful lesson includes a 43-slide powerpoint and maze activity in color and black & white.
Each slide is bright and concise with kid-friendly language and many slides include clipart.
There are also 16 embedded youtube videos and 3 youtube links (video settings wouldn't allow
25 Commercials and Questions
• Show the commercials to your students using the links provided
• Students will answer a series of questions for each commercial
• I have shown/tested these commercials with many classes (some for several years)
• They are exciting, funny and definitely
Proportions, Percents and Analyzing Data Trends jump into the deep waters with this math project inspired by the popular TV show Shark Tank. Students learn some basic fundamentals of owning their own business while they learn foundational finance terms such as equity, value, EBIT and multiplier.
Compound interest is perhaps the most powerful force in the universe so it is important for students to understand it! Students will practice problems built around savings account, certificates of deposits, loans and credit cards.
To end the unit, students put on their hat as a financial advisor an
Who doesn’t love the show Shark Tank and the American dream of creating something and making it successful? This lesson inspires your students to do just that!
Teacher notes and lesson guide with links to enrich the lesson.
4 Business Plan Pages. Including space to draw a model and
Completing personal information in a real world situation can be intimidating for young students and adults. This writing packet contains a variety of mock applications to provide your students practice on completing forms with their personal information.
This package contains 7 PowerPoint presentations that students can create in your classes.
1. Snack Treat
2. Wacky Product
3. Tech Gadget
4. Comparing 2 Cell Phones
5. Tech Sharing
6. How To Perform a Task
7. Tell Us About The First One Developed
Students are encouraged
Fun and novel way to assess your student's knowledge of persuasion: a maze!!
Students begin at the box under the large "start here" arrow. They decide the type of persuasion shown and follow their choice to the next box and continue through the maze until the “END” box.
Every box incl
This check writing packet is going to help you in your economics unit by not only introducing the concept of check writing, but also why it is important to keep track of how much money you have!
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Middle School Economics. When I first started teaching I remember thinking, “How am I going to get kids excited about economics?” Then it hit me – make it about them! Included in this bundle are five activities I’ve done with my middle school students that are a hit every time. I hope you find th
This Social Studies Interactive Notebook is a 6 weeks unit with pre-made lesson plans and activities that are ready to be added to your students interactive notebooks! This was written for a second grade class but can easily be adapted to work for 1st and 3rd.
Topics covered are:
Week 1. Needs vs. W
This is a bundle of marketing lessons and activities. These resources explore current marketing topics and trends and incorporate multi-media technology including video, website investigations and online articles. I have taught Marketing for over 10 years and have updated and expanded my lessons du
• This presentation will get you started with using Windows Movie Maker - Your very own movie studio.
• It provides step by step instructions for adding photos, videos, audio files etc.
• Quickly add photos and footage from your PC or camera into Movie Maker
• Enhance your movie with audio and a them
1. Executive Summary
2. Business Concept
3. Company Goals
4. Market Analysis
5. Target Market
6. Licenses and Insurance
8. Education and Work Experience
9. Business Details
10. Direct Competitor Analysis
11. Competitive Advantage
12. Marketing Profi
Workplace dilemmas "What Would You Do If…?" cards enable students to brainstorm solutions to real-life ethical dilemmas and employment situations. Fun group activity, warm-up, or writing prompts help prepare CTE, business, co-op, vocational, or life skills students for real-world job scenarios.
This activity is helpful when preparing students for an upcoming job and/or mock interview.
a) Students watch a variety of YouTube videos as examples to demonstrate what a good and bad interview looks like.
b) Students hold mock interviews with each other following a sort of 'script' as to how th
Career preparation activities educate students about job skills (ethical, interpersonal, technical, organizational, behavioral) needed for workplace employment. For career readiness, CTE, vocational, co-op, work skills, and business students, the activities contain real-life employment situations and
These lesson plans are the companion to the book, Striker Jones: Elementary Economics for Elementary Detectives, Second Edition. They pull out the economic lessons explicitly from the text through classroom discussions, activities, and individual assignments.
Concepts covered include supply/demand,
Simple interest can get boring. It can be difficult to create new scenarios for your students to solve.....tired of giving your students the same old boring worksheets? Then try a Fact Finder! Students discover interesting world records while practicing their math skills.
This Fact Finder inclu
This activity includes 12 Online Articles and Questions
1. Hidden Messages in Logos
2. 5 Big Companies’ Biggest Blunders
3. 17 Fact About McDonalds That Will Blow Your Mind
4. Tim Hortons Always Profitable
5. Teen Entrepreneur Looks To Inse
• Students will find the definition for each of these 24 computer terms
• An answer key is included so that teachers can take up the definitions of the terms with their classes and/or mark student answers
• Great to leave for a sub or if students finish early!
Note: You will receive this lesson in
This printable money and banking craft activity (craftivity) works well as financial literacy vocabulary project. Use it for applied math, life skills, special education math, business math or a money and banking finance course. You will receive one interactive notebook activity and a quiz.
You are receiving a sorting page to provide practice on identifying goods and services…could also be used as an assessment too!
If you need other goods and services resources check my store for a poster pack. I also have needs/wants and consumer/producer items for young students.
Thanks for stoppi
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 ce
Embrace the holiday craziness & turn your classroom into a North Pole workshop.
Social Studies Topics covered include:
•Wants vs. Needs
•Goods vs. Services
•Producers vs. Consumers
•Businesses in our communities
•Supply & Demand
•The role of banks
The overall idea
Students will create these projects using Microsoft Publisher
2. Events Posters
3. Business Cards
4. Cereal Box
These activities contain activity instructions, student exemplars and marking schemes.
Note: These ac
This project provides the opportunity for students to apply the Common Core practice of mathematical modeling to plan their own dream vacations, including choosing transportation, accommodations, food, and activities. It helps them learn to develop a budget, research various trip alternatives, and pr
Candy Bar Supply and Demand Activity
Through this hands on activity students will learn the importance of preparing and giving a sales pitch, as well as, how supply and demand impacts the economy and the products produced. This activity can be used as an attention grabber at the beginning o
Students will read four scenarios and decide if that particular scenario is ethical or unethical. For each decision, the student has to provide an explanation for his/her choice. The class will discuss each scenario, with those choosing "ethical" standing on one side of the room and "unethical" sta
Your students will love this activity! Students will start with filling out an elementary school friendly application for the career of their choice, some are provided. Meanwhile other students will pretend to be managers and conduct interviews. This activity works great for a speaking and listening
Middle School Economics. Think your students know how much money it costs to have the things they have at home? If you teach Economics at the middle level or high school level then these activities really open the eyes of your students to the reality of budgeting their money, balancing a checking a
So what is Market Day?
Market Day is a hands-on project based experience that will have your room buzzing with excitement! You will not believe your students’ enthusiasm as they experience creating a business, selling products, advertising, calculating expenses, practicing customer s
Ultimate Business and Technology Package
• The following is a list of activities included in this package
• Please refer to the individual products for more detailed descriptions and previews
• You will save over 50% by purchasing this Ultimate Package versus purchasing each product separately
This activity is intended to help students understand monopolies, how they led to the rise of Big Business in the beginning of the 20th Century, and their impact on consumers. This activity can be used when teaching the concept of monopolies, or as a lead-in to teaching the Progressive Era. Prior kno
FINANCIAL LITERACY - The Money Trail - Part 5 - Budgeting, Manage Your Spending - presents the need for financial goals, developing good credit rating, saving for emergencies and unexpected expenses, and to limit spending by creating and maintaining a budget. A budget will help develop good money ma
This Stock Market investment activity uses the NASDAQ American Stock Exchange web site and has never failed me in getting even the most reluctant students to participate! If you are looking for a great activity to keep your students active and engaged this one hasn't failed me yet.
Each student i
This lesson teaches students about how Logos are used to market products and services.
1. Competitive Image (Brand Name, Logo and Slogan)
2. Hidden Messages in Logos
3. Readings and Questions
Cover image was purchased fro
• Create and share your work online and access your documents from anywhere
• Manage documents, spreadsheets, presentations, surveys, and more all in one location
• This lesson and activity contains screen shots, tips, activities and instructions for using Spr
Shark Tank/Dragon's Den Project Based Learning - Advertising Activity
Loosely based on the popular TV shows Shark Tank, and Dragon's Den, students are challenged to identify a need and invent a solution. They must must also create a advertising plan and poster to sell their product idea. In my clas
7 career readiness lessons (43 total pages) teach students critical workplace professionalism skills using engaging real-life scenarios, examples, situations, and questions. SAVE 20% compared to purchasing packets separately. Prepare CTE, vocational, co-op, business, work skills, and life skills stud
Real life examples are important to use when educating students. Every day, students in your classroom visit businesses and stores around town. This unit will take them through an
entrepreneurial journey of creating their own business, producing a product or offering a service, and marketing and sell
This pdf download includes two examples for students to use to practice how to balance their checkbook. Each example is clearly laid out *on one page* so you don't have to print multiple pages. Save paper, save time!
There are a total of four pages in this document. The first page is the first exampl
This awesome project allows students to collaborate as a business team and identify a need in their community. Students will write a business plan that forces the students to think about profits, supply, demand, consumers, markets, advertising and more! The file starts with a brainstorm, and then stu
This first lesson in a series of four is meant to be done the first day of the stock market unit, and preferably during the first week of the course, as, later in lesson 4 they will be tracking stocks on the stock market each week. The pie game is a fun and interactive assignment where students will
I am extremely excited to bring you this game based on commission! It gets students to compete to see who earns the highest rate of commission based on what they sell in a furniture store. It is a great way for students to practice calculating percents in an engaging way! It is perfect for small g
CNBC's The Profit is one of the best shows for teaching business courses. Marcus Lemonis breaks down various terms to help students understand real-life business scenarios. This product can be used with any episode of The Profit. There are 10 open-ended questions that students must answer based on th