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  • Edmonton Catholic Teachers

    Tons of classroom activities and lesson plans (K-12) to develop financial literacy

  • Teaching with a Cup of Tea

    FREE resources for Financial Literacy. lesson plans/activities for teaching a social studies lesson on wants and needs as well as goods and services

  • Elizabeth Hand

    Are you a teacher? This is a GREAT resource of finance lessons that you can fit into your classroom with pre-created lesson plans and activities.

  • Rose Melgoza

    This website provides you with a list of lesson plans that can help you teach economics to your First Grade students. I was having trouble pinning my actual link, because it didn't have any pinnable material. This is the link to the lesson plan I used. http://tcaassets.org/public/lesson-plans/grade-one-wants-and-needs.pdf Students will be able to develop concepts and problem solving skills through this hands on activity. They will be able to

  • Everyday. Economics.

    FINANCE IN THE CLASSROOM | Providing high-quality personal finance materials for K-12 educators, students & parents,

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