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A FREE download of causation cards. Even if you don't teach economics, check it out to see if you like the causation cards concept! It's an interactive way to review concepts!

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Economics: Supply and Demand

“Economics: Supply and Demand” is a Social Studies lesson that focuses on understanding the law of supply and demand and its effect on prices in a market economy. The original informational text provides an overview of the definitions of supply and demand, as well as several real-world examples of how this principle plays out in the economy.

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Personal Financial Literacy

Dupre, Katherine (2015). 5 Tools for teaching personal financial literacy. Teacher Trap Blog. Visual representations and resources for teaching economic concepts and financial literacy.

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studywithmaggie: 13/02/2016 • A lot of you have been asking how I study and also what grades I’ve been getting. So here goes! I’ve listed some general points which I’m going to expand on in a series of ‘How to Study’ master posts. I’m studying in the UK and achieved 12A*2A at GCSE. At AS, I achieved 5As and am currently aiming for 4A*s. I’m studying Maths, Further Maths, Chemistry & Economics! My techniques definitely aren’t going to work for everyone, but I hope my next few post...

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Economics Vocabulary Book - This is a simple vocabulary book created to accompany a first grade economics unit. The children can read the vocabulary word, illustrate it and write a definition for the word. The children can also use the word in a meaningful sentence as well rather than just writing the definition. I hope this product enhances any economics unit you plan to utilize in the future. 6 pages

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Goods and Services {Economics} Sort Cards for Kindergarten

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