Supply and Demand Children's Book Questions
Nor am I referring to classics that historians and literary critics argue were written as economic allegories. The novel, originally published in , is about a family of four children being raised by their father and housekeeper. I was struck by the chapter where Rush, one of the children, stops to watch a large snow-blower at work on a Manhattan street. Capital vs. Can you say cartel?
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Goods and Services - For 1st and 2nd Grade Economics Social Studies Lesson
The best way to introduce middle and high school students to a complicated topic is to break it down to a level where they can understand it. Using a children's book to introduce a topic does just that! When I introduce my classes to supply and demand, I split them into small groups and have them read Prices, Prices, Prices, Why They Go Up and Down and answer the attached questions in this resource. The students love reading the book and discussing with their small group. The questions and examples from the book help students comprehend the most basic laws of supply and demand through relevant examples they can relate to. Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials. Are you getting the free resources, updates, and special offers we send out every week in our teacher newsletter?