Economics for Middle School. The 11 Products will be great supplemental material for your middle school economics unit. From balancing a budget, to a stock market simulation, to inventor/inventions that impacted the economy research projects ...this has you covered.
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 the same to be true with your students too. Here’s what you’re getting in this bundle:
Middle School Economics:
Career Research Packet
Inventions Research Project #1
Inventions Research Project #2
Opportunity Cost & Opportunity Benefit
The Economics of Check Writing: Part 1 - A Day in the Life of Your Checkbook
The Economics of Check Writing: Part 2 - Another Day in the Life of Your Checkbook
The Economics of Check Writing: Part 3 - Christmas Shopping with Your Checkbook
The Economics of Balancing a Budget – Calculating Budgets with Monthly Incomes
The Economics of College – Is a Degree Worth It?
The Economics of Saving Your Money - Piggy Banks, Simple & Compound Interest
The Economics of the Stock Market – Fun Class Investing Contest!
You're saving 30% by buying these resources as a bundle compared to individually purchasing them, which is practicing good economic sense!
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