Tag Archives: economics

Jul 22

Feed the Pig: Financial Literacy for Tweens

Bring Math Skills to Life and Help Your Students Learn How to Make Money-Smart Decisions! Feed the Pig for Tweens is a fun, hands-on financial literacy program for 4th, 5th, and 6th-grade classes. The math-based curriculum introduces 9 to 11-year-old … Read More



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Feb 15

Get Your FREE “How The Fed Works” Teaching Kit

I wanted to let you know about a great teaching resource that classroom educators AND homeschoolers can get without cost. That’s right – FREE! ======================= The “What We Do at the Federal Reserve” Teaching Kit is a professionally-designed lesson plan … Read More



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Jun 09

Resources for Teaching Biblical Economics

Economics for Everybody is a DVD curriculum that teaches economics from a Christian perspective. It’s highly recommended as a high school economics course. Read a comprehensive review of the program at: http://www.knowledgehouse.info/review_economics-for-everybody.html If you visit the publisher’s website, you can … Read More



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Apr 26

Civics Education Database

How much do you know about civics and citizenship? Are your children studying the subject this year? I was looking up something else and stumbled across an end-of-course test on the responsibilities of citizens. It’s 20 questions plus an answer … Read More



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