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Economics Resources

Lemonade Stand - Play it now at Coolmath-Games.com

Lemonade Stand at Cool Math Games: A cool math game where you open up your own Lemonade Stand and see how much money you can make!

Game-Based Learning in Economics Archives - EconEdLink

When games are connected to learning outcomes, they can motivate students to engage in and achieve learning. In each of these lessons, games play an integral part in the learning process. Students build in Minecraft. They balance the budget in the Fiscal Ship, and they learn about trading, behavioral economics, and opportunity cost in non-digital games.

Books for Teaching Economic Concepts | Scholastic.com

Economic concepts can be effectively taught and reinforced within the context of children's literature.

Children's Book that Teach Economics

Explore Bessie Moore Center for Econ Ed's board '' on Pinterest, a visual bookmarking tool that helps you discover and save creative ideas | See more about Picture Books, Teaching and Economics Lessons.

Practical Money Skills puts the fun in financial literacy with online educational games for students and adults.

Sim Lemonade Millionaire on PrimaryGames.com

The objective of the game is to sell as many lemonades as you can. Buy upgrades to increase the max capacity of your ingredients. Keep the customers happy by modifying the recipe. Experiment on which recipe the customers likes most and try no to go bankrupt. Do you have what it takes to make millions from lemonade?

IPAD APPS FOR TEACHING ECONOMICS - Erintegration

2 free iPad apps for teaching economics in the elementary classroom - plus a free download.  Technology integration in social studies.

Economics and Personal Finance Education Resources

The Econ Lowdown website has free resources for consumers and pre-K through college educators to aid in the study of money and banking, economics, personal finance and the Federal Reserve.

Fun For Kids

Go shopping? Watch movies? Play video games? Listen to music? Go out to eat with friends? Give money to people in need? Or maybe someday, would you like to drive your very own car?

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