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Supply or Demand? Teaching Social Studies, Ideas, Online Activities, Economics Lessons, Question Cards, Teaching Economics, Technology Tools, Economics, Distribution

Need an online activity for your remote economics class? Try this interactive, drag and drop game for supply and demand! Click on the question card in the picture below and drag it to the correct supply or demand bucket. Ten questions in all. If you need a standalone URL for your Google Classroom click here.… Continue reading →

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wendy h
The Scarcity Game

It is tough to make the first few weeks of economics interesting. It is all about one word – Scarcity! This is my first twine game! Games built with Twine allow you to make interactive stories with multiple endings. It is a great tool for digital content creation. Try out the game and see if… Continue reading →

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Carly Brandt
Madden's Marketplace {Economics Shops} - *Teaching Maddeness* People, Service Learning Projects, Social Studies Unit, Service Learning, Elementary Economics, Project Based Learning, Social Studies Projects, Social Studies Elementary, 4th Grade Social Studies

{Download FREEBIE pack here.} Economics is my absolute FAVORITE social studies unit to teach. There are so many hands-on activities to do with students and they are so eager to earn and spend money! One of my favorite activities is to end with our "Madden's Marketplace." This is a chance for students to put into action all of the things they have learned about being producers and consumers. To begin with, I send home a letter asking students to create paper goods. Why paper? It's something…

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Ms. Rachel Vincent
If you've ever looked through your social studies personal finance standards and thought, Oh no! How can I get 2nd grade kids engaged in learning about economics?! Check out this solution! Unit 4 of the Lucky to Learn Math curriculum has several economics standards woven in! Take a look and learn how easy it can be to integrate personal finance standards into math and money concepts! Texas, Ideas, Project Based Learning, Economics Lessons, Social Studies Lesson, Homeschool Social Studies, Social Studies Worksheets, 3rd Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Activities

If you've ever looked through your social studies personal finance standards and thought, Oh no! How can I get 2nd grade kids engaged in learning about economics?! Check out this solution! Unit 4 of the Lucky to Learn Math curriculum has several economics standards woven in! Take a look and learn how easy it can be to integrate personal finance standards into math and money concepts!

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Bageshree Aroskar