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Federal Reserve Education


found in: social studies; math, preK-2; 3-5; 6-8; 9-12

Federal Reserve Education  provides learning resources for grades K-4, 5-8, 9-12 and older aligned with Common Core ELA, Math, National JumpStart Standards in Personal Finance Education, and National Standards for Financial Literacy. Resources can be keyword searched, browsed, and filtered by audience, resource type (22), topics (10), educational standards, and specific Reserve Banks.

Mr. Cookie Baker Lesson for Grades K-2  This lesson requires a copy of Mr. Cookie Baker by Monica Wellington. Students identify economic resources: capital resources, human resources, natural resources, and intermediate goods.

One Plastic Bag  Students (3-5, 6-8) learn how disposing of trash can impact the environment. Lesson materials include One Plastic Bag: Isatou Ceesay and the Recycling Women of the Gambia ( PDF, 595 KB, 16 pgs.) and links to associated resources.

Escape from the Barter Islands!  has been updated in English and Spanish and can be played on the web or on smart phones. Students (5-8) learn to get the things they want and need in a world without money.

How Economics Informs Environmental Policy: A Case Study of Shale Gas and Oil  Students (9-12) consider science and economics of the environment when regulating pollutants in the context of the shale gas and oil industry.

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