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- Used in over 700 classrooms! 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 fi$15.75$18.00Save $2.25
- For a great deal on 5 Economics products check out this bundle!The Economics of Checks, Budgets, Stocks, College, and Savings - 5 Activities!Economics is a subject that can be fun for students to learn when they see how the choices they make regarding money directly apply to their lives. The two pr$5.95$8.50Save $2.55
- For a great deal on 5 Economics products check out this bundle!The Economics of Checks, Budgets, Stocks, College, and Savings - 5 Activities!Economics is a subject that can be fun for students to learn when they see how the choices they make regarding money directly apply to their lives. The two pr$5.25$7.50Save $2.25
- For a great deal on 5 Economics products check out this bundle!The Economics of Checks, Budgets, Stocks, College, and Savings - 5 Activities!Think your students know how much money it costs to have the things they have at home? Do they know how important it is to budget their money? Do they know t$5.95$8.50Save $2.55
- This Stock Market activity is a great way to introduce the power of money to your middle school students. This bundle combines the power of the stock market with a packet for students to see whether or not doing well in school and getting a college degree is worth it for them financially. Economic$5.95$8.50Save $2.55
- 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$23.10$33.00Save $9.90
Is college worth it? I use this product every year with my 8th grade students near the end of the year when they are about to embark on their journey to high school. Many of them are on the fence about school or simply don't see the value in their education. Their eyes are opened pretty quick when they see how much money they are giving up by not pursuing an education, or worse, by choosing to drop out of high school.
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This resource includes data from 2018. This activity has students doing math that directly applies to their future to decide for themselves - Is College Worth It? Students will calculate how much money, according the Department of Labor, a person makes at varying levels of education.
The 2018 Has the Following Categories:
-Not Graduating High School
-High School Graduate
-Some College / Associate Degree
-Advanced Degree (Medicine, Ph.D, Law, etc.)
For each level, students will find out the average lifetime income, the hourly rate, and the difference of income based on the different levels of education for American males and females.
This activity has always worked well for me in encouraging students to do their best in school -- their financial future depends on it!
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