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#### Money and Inﬂation: A Functional Relationship

What is the difference between money and bartering, and how is money valued when considering inflation? Delve into the correlation between these fundamental components of economics with this detailed resource, which consists of reading...

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#### What is Money?

Can you create money out of thin air? The Federal Reserve can, and that's one of the reasons for inflation! There are over 3,800 past examples of paper currency that no possess any value due to past bouts of inflation. This resource...

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#### Inflation

What causes inflation? Inflation is a direct consequence of war, so it's no surprise our levels of inflation are so high considering that we're in two wars and attempting tax cuts! Watch the history of inflation and discuss whether...

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#### A Brief History of U.S. Money

Did you know that each US dollar used to be backed by gold? When Richard Nixon slammed the gold window shut in 1971, US dollars were literally being made out of thin air. Now that our debt is soaring higher than ever before, what can be...

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#### How Much is a Trillion?

A trillion dollars is a 67.9 mile high stack of 1,000 dollar bills. Pretty incredible, huh? Since so many of today's monetary calculations are in the trillions, it's very important for your learners to realize this grandiose number's...

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#### How Money is Created?

How much money exists if banks and governments can create it whenever needed? Truth be told, this number is constantly changing. This resource will support your learners' understanding of money circulation with its cartoon...

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#### Money Creation

How is money created? Watch this simple visual representation to give beginning economics learners a basis of understanding before moving to more complex topics.

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#### The Fed & Money Creation

Did you know that all dollars are loaned into existence? Despite seeming unconstitutional, the Federal Reserve has the option to create money whenever it deems necessary. Introduce your classroom to our current debt problems with this...

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#### How to Practice Sensitivity When Teaching About the Lottery

To some, a simple game of chance might be considered a sin, or even something downright evil.

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#### Design a Coin

Students research a state and then design a quarter for it. They use dough or foil to create the coin! students explore state quarters that have already been issued by the U.S. Mint. Their quarter is for a state that hasn't had one...

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#### Musical Change

Young learners record observations about different coin denominations and create a song about coins to the traditional song, "The Wheels on the Bus." This lesson is based on the Tennessee Quarter Reverse, and has all sorts of excellent...

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#### So You Want to be a Millionaire - Enrichment 6.6

In this adding decimals worksheet, students solve a growing pattern that doubles. They start with 1 cent then double the amount of money each day for 30 days. Students keep a running total of the amount of money earned in 30 days and...

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#### Grade 2 Supplement Set A6 – Number and Operations: Money

Young scholars get familiar with money during this series of engaging math activities. A game has class teams accumulating money and using symbol and number cards to display their total amount correctly on a pocket chart. All the symbol...

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#### Karma Tycoon (Video Game): Running a Nonprofit Unit

Your class learns to launch and operate a nonprofit, procure funding, manage finances, and help others with this superbly designed unit. Includes well-crafted activities, Internet research, worksheets, vocabulary, and a high-interest...

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#### Money Review: Worksheet 1

Challenge your class to twelve multiple choice problems, where they must choose the sequence of money amounts that are correctly listed from least to greatest and vice-versa. There are also eight other problems for mathematicians to fill...

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#### Slowly But Surely

The US mint has created this fabulous lesson plan, which practices language arts and mathematics skills. Learners will use the provided worksheets and step-by-step instructions to experiment with different sentence structures, use...

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#### The Economy and Consumer Confidence

Reflect on the importance of banks in the current economic condition of the United States. High schoolers will explore the history of banking and money so that they can complete the numerous activities centered around that subject. Each...

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#### Coin Connections

A wonderful lesson on identifying the penny, nickel, dime, and quarter awaits your young mathematicians. They engage in a multi-session lesson which allows them to practice using the values of each coin in worksheets and activities...

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#### Dinero

Add some visuals to your money unit with this fantastic PowerPoint. Teach your Spanish class how to recognize and count American money. There are clear directions, written in Spanish, and great images on each slide. Viewing this...

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#### Ben Franklin: Highlighting the Printer

By studying Benjamin Franklin's work as a printer, your class will have a fantastic opportunity to learn about the economic concepts of entrepreneurship, human capital, and investment.

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#### Field Day Scarcity

Introduce young mathematicians to concepts of financial literacy with this open-ended word problem. With seven dollars to spend during field day and given a list of available items and their prices, children must determine how they want...

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#### Alexander, Who Used to Be Rich Last Sunday

Using money as a context for teaching basic arithmetic is an excellent strategy for engaging young mathematicians. Following along with a class reading of the children's book Alexander, Who Used to Be Rich last Sunday by Judith Viorst,...

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#### Represent Quantities of Money by Using Diagrams

This is the fourth of five videos focusing on representing measurement quantities with diagrams. The parts of a fraction are reviewed, including numerators, denominators, and divisors. The lesson then walks through how two different...

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#### Food: The Math Link

Enrich your study of food science with with these math worksheets. They offer a variety of food-related word problems that are great practice for multiplying, identifying fractions, estimating length, and performing calculations with...