This classroom economy system allows students to have a hands-on way to learn personal financial literacy concepts. This is aligned with TEKS 6.14b, 6.14c, 7.13a, 7.13b, 7.13e, 7.13f, 8.12b, 8.12c, 8.12d, 8.12e.
How is your classroom economy system different from others?
My classroom ecomomy system is designed with the teacher in mind. You can do as little or as much as you desire. All materials are in black and white in order to enhance printing. Having this flexibility ensures that the teacher is ready for all students to participate including special education, ESL, and 504 students.
This classroom economy system comes with:
-Labels for your store
-Labels for fixed and variable expenses
-$1, $5, $10, $20, $50, $100 dollar bills
-Simple interest practice
-Compound interest practice
-Sale or coupon practice
-Sales tax practice
-Blank tax return
-Fillable tax table
All of these can be implemented in a real-to-life way including letting students invest money for a return at the end of the year, paying fixed expenses like rent, and having to pay taxes by April 15.
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