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Oct 21, 15

Several interactive learning simulations about topics such as fuel costs, food origins, and supply and demand.

Jul 09, 14

In this module, students will discover the secrets to developing good credit habits and learn how long it can take to pay off a credit card balance. The objectives are to pay off credit card debt, maintain a good credit rating by making payments on time and accumulate as many consumer goods and services as possible without running up credit card debt.

May 17, 13

Site launched by T Rowe Price to teach kids fiscal responsibility. Includes games and a kids section.

Nov 10, 12

Have your students discover their own global network by completing the "Global Closet Calculator"—a two-part interactive game that introduces the concepts of interdependence and globalization.

Jan 27, 12

EconEdLink is the leading source of online economic & personal finance lessons & resources for educators, students and afterschool providers.

Oct 03, 11

Our original lesson plans are developed by Thirteen Ed Online Master Teachers. Starting with tried-and-true lessons that work in the classroom, our Web-savvy teachers have built Web-based activities that use the rich resources of Thirteen/WNET New York and the Internet. 
Each month, we will create new lessons based upon outstanding PBS series and around outstanding Web resources. 

Mar 04, 11

Fun Way for Kids To Learn About Money with Hoofy & Boo

Mar 03, 11

Play the budgeting game where you have to figure out how you would spend your money...if you were down to the last $1000 to your name.

Jan 31, 11

Thought provoking, while obviously liberal, video about the mass production of bottled water.

Jan 25, 11

What is Planet Orange? It’s an exciting new planet in the deepest reaches of outer space that helps kids, from 1st to 6th grade, learn about earning, spending, saving and investing.

Oct 05, 09

I enjoyed (or rather, was shocked by) the "Story of Stuff" video by Annie Leonard. This NYTimes lesson plan has students watch the video with an objective eye to look for potential bias.

Dec 04, 09

An economics and budgeting lesson plan...

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