Anchor chart to help students learn how to order and compare decimals
Beginning of the year #math activity to get the kids thinking mathematically and interested in numbers again! Blog post via Shut the Door and Teach
Dr Suess Learner Profile - Assessment in the PYP
Attitudes are the roots of the profile tree!
If you are teaching economics, you'll love this site. It has a number of videos that show how things are made, such as a toothbrush, plastic bags, toilet paper and so much more! More links on this post as well.
Understanding the differences between capitalism, socialism & communism (construct is mine @Kay Little Blisters, clip art is other's) #candysores
PRODUCTION & CONSUMPTION: Economics Activities~ Easy-to-use, NO PREP printables to introduce or review goods and services. Part of a larger companion product. Check it out @ http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Economics-Activity-COMBO-Pack-8-NO-PREP-Printables# #economics #production $
This is posted in the room for students to reference. Notice that they have to pay bills each month ($50)! Students keep track of their money on a Bank Account Ledger. I do not actually hand out classroom currency or physical checks each week (as I have done in the past) because it is simply too much work. Students keep a ledger of their money and every entry must be signed by one of our student economists.
This PowerPoint Presentation is in the format of a Jeopardy game. It focuses on reviewing the economic concepts taught in 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade. ...
ECONOMICS ACTIVITIES COMBO PACKET: 8 NO PREP Printables~ Fun, easy, and ready-to-use! Compiles three other products. Includes activities for teaching introduction to economics, needs/wants, goods/services, and production/consumption. Print and go! $