If you visit the publisher’s website, you can access lots of free resources for studying economics, such as the following:
Answer Guide/Scope and Sequence – Economics for Everybody is designed to be the base of a one-semester economics class for homeschool high school students. If this Scope and Sequence is followed, it will good for one half credit in economics.
Compass Classroom – An extensive resource list for learning more about economics.
Economics Blog – Includes a 5-part guide titled “You Can Teach Basic Economics to Your Kids.”
Lessons 1 & 2 – Download two full lessons for free!
And last but not least… the full 240-minute series of Economics for Everybody has been cleverly edited into a 2-hour educational documentary! The abridged version is titled “Economics Has Consequences.” Filled with fun and interesting clips from old movies and newsreels, it’s a uniquely entertaining exploration of economics. View on YouTube below: