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economics lesson plans | For Teachers: Free Economics Lesson Plans. Has plenty of lesson plans dealing with saving, credit, etc. This website has lessons for any subject dealing with economics!

The brisk story-line and very funny, quirky illustrations make this book an appealing choice for teaching children about barter and exchange. These concepts are among the first economics lessons that kids learn at school and through their own experiences in daily life. Fleas! offers an amusing alternative for reinforcing the idea that trade can make people better off.

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Illustrate the Bill of Rights

Help your child learn about this important part of U.S. history and understand the rights he has as a citizen with this social studies worksheet.

Bill of Rights Stretch Book from Chrissie Rissmiller on - (14 pages) - Photo illustrations and black line masters for making a S-T-R-E-T-C-H book about the Bill of Rights with your students.

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Why there are so few women engineers [Comic]

The boys are already working on exposing Kaylie to Lego Star Wars, so I think we're good.

(Workman) WORLD WITHOUT FISH connects all the dots—biology, economics, evolution, politics, climate, history, culture, food, and nutrition—in a way that kids can really understand.

"Provides explanations and step-by-step diagrams on economics, with quotes and witty illustrations to enhance understanding of its concepts."

The Cartoon Introduction to Economics: Volume Two: Macroeconomics by Yoram Bauman,

Teach your children healthy economics that can create wealth. This book will help them understand the importance of earning, saving and investing money. This book also provides illustrated money making activities achievable by all children(i.e babysitting, tutoring, inventing products). For preschool and elementary children Product Details Paperback: 38 pages Language: English ISBN-10: 1441402276 ISBN-13: 978-1441402271 Product Dimensions: 8.2 x 0.1 x 8.2 inches Shipping Weight: 4.3…

John Locke (1632-1704) was elected a fellow of the Royal Society in 1668. In later life he published many works on philosophy, politics, theology and economics, including "Essay concerning Human Understanding," "Two Treastises on Government," "Letters on Toleration," and "Some Thoughts concerning Education." He helped to form contemporary ideas of liberal democracy and greatly influenced American politics.

A children's book based on The Law by Bastiat. Help children understand the truth about freedom and economics from a very early age.

Do your kids understand the principles of liberty? They will after reading these books! The Tuttle Twins series of books helps children learn about political and economic principles in a fun and engaging manner. With colorful illustrations and a fun story, your children will follow Ethan and Emily as they learn about liberty!