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Teaching economics

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What is Inflation? Napkin Finance has the answer and you won't die of boredom!

Learn Inflation Meaning, Define Inflation, and more with these visual, simple, stress-saving financial tips and education from Napkin Finance.

How to Teach Economics in Grades 5 & 6

If you've been wondering how you should teach economics to your 5th graders and/or 6th graders, you are in the right place. When I was a student myself, instruction on economic principles was quite limited.

Teaching Economics in 3rd Grade - The Friendly Teacher

Third grade economics can be SO engaging and memorable for students. With these quick economics activities your students will learn so much!

Supply or Demand?

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 →

Social studies projects make learning so much more fun! This economics lesson is great for Third Graders to show off their business skills! Check out these great business ideas that these kiddos came up with!

I love social studies and how it mixes so well with everything that we are doing in ELA!! Right now, we are reading “The Lemonade War”! My kiddos love it and so do I! The best part is that it fits perfectly into our Economics standards! We use this novel study to go through the ... Read More about Market Day Economics Project

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This course covers: - How economic freedom is directly related to religious freedom _ The roles of trade, markets, money, and entrepreneurship - The differences between socialism, interventionism, and free markets - How stewardship is at the heart of a healthy economic system - A complete study guide with discussion questions, short answer, and recommended additional reading.