The Classroom Mini-Economy 2005

Harlan R. Day

The Classroom Mini-Economy

The Classroom Mini-Economy is a hands-on form of instruction that prepares students to function in todays rapidly changing and independent society.

By organizing their own economy, students learn economic concepts, money management, and decision-making skills. This guide shows teachers how to implement the mini-economy in their classrooms with an advanced section dedicated to middle school classes.

Also includes: Economic Primer for Teachers Reproducible Mini-Economy Aids Student WorksheetsAlso available:Play Dough Economics - ISBN 1561836257Teaching Economics Using Childrens Literature - ISBN 1561836303The Council for Economic Education envisions a world in which people are empowered through economic and financial literacy to make informed and responsible choices throughout their lives as consumers, savers, investors, workers, citizens, and participants in our global economy.

Some of the areas in K-12 education we publish in include: - Establishing and building credit - Managing personal finances - Understanding economics on a local, national, and global level - Using economics in other subject areas: Social Studies, Geography, History, etc.

Loose Leaf: 70 pages Publisher: National Council on Economic Education; Unbnd edition (June 1, 2005) Language: English ISBN-10: 1561830518 ISBN-13: 978-1561830510 Shipping Weight: 1 pounds

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