Don't just skim the surface when teaching Economics to your students! This pack starts with an understanding of wants and needs, but then goes into depth with goods, services, producers, consumers and then teaches your students about where our resources come from. Includes links to texts to also help hit those Common Core Standards!
Junior Achievement (JA) and the ING U.S. Foundation’s 2013 Teens & Careers survey reveals a substantial national year-over-year decline in teens’ interest in science, technology, engineering, math (STEM) and medical-related fields.
These 12 lessons cover budgeting, the importance of saving, understanding the cost of credit and how to use it, and more. There are lessons here for elementary, middle school, and high school aged children.
Students will color, cut, sort and glue pictures of goods and services! This would be a great and simple assessment! Dont forget to leave feedback for your purchase. Please go to your My Purchases page and beside each purchase you will see a Provide Feedback button.
Updated: You can support me bowling in the annual Disney VoluntEARS Junior Achievement Bowl-a-Thon for Central Florida. Just click through to access my fundraising website. | I benefited from Junior Achievement (JA) in middle school. The organization empowers students K-12 to own their economic success through volunteer-delivered programs fostering work-readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy skills. One of my volunteer #bucket_list items is to become a JA classroom mentor.