Project Based Learning Economics: Starting a Class Lemonade Stand introduce students to entrepreneurship. Students create a lemonade stand business. Students work as entrepreneurs, develop a product, and market their product. Students learn many important
Students can become an entrepreneur by opening their very own business. This PBL unit can be completed individually or in pairs. In this Market Day Project Based Learning unit, students will become familiar with economics vocabulary, and learn about opening a business. $
Project Based Learning might seem challenging for the elementary grades, but it can be done! Here are 8 practical steps and ideas for how to do a successful PBL economics unit with your first grade or second grade students! This unit covers social studies
Economics are rarely taught in elementary classrooms. An anchor chart like this one would provide students the necessary vocabulary words to start to learn economics and how it is related to civics education.
Personal Financial Literacy: A Unit for Needs and Wants & Spending and Saving