• Top Economics Websites

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    Econ Ed Link - Super econ lessons for every grade, very easy to use.

    Circular Flow Model for Kids - The Circular Flow Model is a "picture" of a market economy in action. The Factors of Production (land, labor, capital and entrepreneurship) flow from households (consumers like you and me) to producers (businesses). Goods and services flow from producers to consumers and, in exchange, money flows in the opposite direction.

    Moneyville - Moneyville has a real life simulation game about making financial choices, and the classic "lemonade stand" game on supply and demand (upper elementary).

    The US Mint - The United States Mint H.I.P. Pocket ChangeTM Web site is a fun educational tool for students and teachers that generates interest in coins, the United States Mint, and U.S. history.

    The Virtual Mall: Where Kids can Learn to be Smarter Consumers - In the virtual mall, you can play games, design ads, chat with customers and store owners, and much more. You'll learn key consumer concepts, such as how advertising affects you, how you benefit when businesses compete, how (and why) to protect your information, and how to spot scams. What better place to do it than at the mall!

    National Council on Economic Education - The National Council on Economic Education has great publications, lessons, links, and resources for the classroom teacher

    Kids Econ Concept Posters - The literature connections and economic songs are helpful and fun...and FREE! Their great K-6 kid-friendly Econ concept posters with lessons and their econ vocabulary bingo game all cost $

    Federal Reserve Education - You can find instructional materials and tools that can increase your understanding of the Federal reserve, economics, and financial education.

    Foundation for Teaching Economics - Award winning lessons, excellent student and teacher programs and incentives