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#### Crash Course: Economics

Nudge Theory, Game Theory, and Oligopoly? A 35-part video Crash Course goes beyond supply and demand and provides young economists with everything they need to know about economics. Based on the 2015 AP Economics guidelines, the...

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#### Practical Money Skills: Lessons for Special Needs Students

Help special needs learners develop the money management skills they need to prepare for living on their own. The collection of 10 lessons cover budgeting, shopping, banking, saving and investing, understanding credit, and much more....

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#### CORE Math Performance Assessment Modules: Grade 7

Investigators plot the growth of animals from the fictional planet of Rhomaar over a period of time, then compare them to two other species. Another assessment challenges seventh graders to use their knowledge of positive and negative...

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#### Bargain Hunting: Comparing Prices Problem Solving

in this price comparison activity, students solve 8 problems in which two prices are compared. Students circle the best price per item. Example: two hot dogs for $3 or three hot dogs for $5.

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#### Problem-Solving Application: Comparing Prices

In this problem solving worksheet, students solve 3 problems pertaining to comparing prices in a museum gift shop. Students find the most economical way to buy specified items..

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#### Compare Prices and Amounts: Reteach

In this comparing prices and amounts worksheet, students write the amount of money needed to purchase each item. Students then count the coins and circle yes or no if there is enough money to buy the item.

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#### Compare Prices and Amounts: Homework

In this comparing prices activity, students count the coins to determine if they have enough money to buy the item. Students write the amount of money and then circle yes or no based on the cost of item.

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#### Compare Prices and Amounts: Problem Solving

In this comparing prices worksheet, learners study the costs of the items and then determine if the cent amounts shown can buy different items.

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#### Newspaper in the Classroom

Newspapers aren't only for reading—they're for learning skills, too! A journalism unit provides three lessons each for primary, intermediate, and secondary grades. Lessons include objectives, materials, vocabulary, and procedure, and...

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#### Compare Prices and Amounts Practice 15.4

In this consumer math worksheet, students count the coins in a set and write the total amount. Students determine if this is enough to buy the marked item and circle yes or no.

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#### What Drives the Stock Prices?

Students see that earnings drive stock prices. More importantly, students look for earnings growth from the continuing operations of a business.

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#### Compare and Order Whole Numbers and Decimals

Here is a comparing and ordering worksheet in which learners read and solve six problems in which decimal and whole numbers are ordered and compared.

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#### Rising Prices

What will that cost in the future? The scenario provides pupils with a growth as a Consumer Price Index. Learners create functions for a given item to determine future prices and graph them. Class members then compare their functions to...

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#### Comparison Shopping—Unit Price and Related Measurement Conversions II

Which rate is greater and by how much? Pupils continue to compare rates to solve problems in the 20th portion of a 29-part series. Rates are presented in a variety of representations either using the same representation or different...

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#### Supermarket Price Check - Enrichment 1.3

Use this supermarket price check learning exercise to have learners find three brands of the specified three products and write the brand, quantity and prices. Pupils answer three essay questions about their findings.

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#### Renting Cars, Stealing Money, and Linear Functions

When comparing pricing models, young mathematical consumers, create linear equations and analyzing them graphically and algebraically. They look at the meaning of slope and intercepts, as well as the intersection points of lines.

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#### How Much? challenge

In this counting money worksheet, students count coins to show prices of objects, draw the coins, identify the amount that is less, and show the price with the fewer coins. Students solve three problems.

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#### Which Is the Best?

In this comparing prices worksheet, students analyze 3 posters with deals from different car rental companies. Students answer 6 questions in which decisions are made about the best deals after calculating prices.

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#### Bright Ideas for Bringing up Smart Savers

High schoolers explore the concept of saving money. In this saving money lesson plan, students read an article about saving money. High schoolers discuss ways to save money and what makes it difficult to save money. Students compare...

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#### Money Wise

Does money seem to slip through your middle schoolers' fingers? Encourage them to examine spending, saving, and budgeting habits with a unit on consumer skills and money management. Young spenders study the waste that occurs with school...

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#### What's the Price?

Fourth graders learn about price and comparative shopping. In this price and comparative shopping lesson, 4th graders read Amy Axelrod's, Pigs Go To Market: Fun with Math and Shopping. They use the book to investigate the meaning of...

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#### The Math Behind Joining a Gym

Trying to convince your mathematicians that math is useful in the real world? Look no further. This set of gym-related word problems has them comparing membership prices to determine which package Carlo should take. They explain their...

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#### Random Sampling

Sample pennies to gain an understanding of their ages. The 16th installment of a 25-part series requires groups to collect samples from a jar of pennies. Pupils compare the distribution of their samples with the distribution of the...

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#### Monitor Pricing

Out with the old and in with the new. Learners use a set of prices of computer monitors from 1994 to make a prediction. They then use one current price and what they know about the old prices to make a more recent prediction. Their...