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Economics and Finance

economicsUpdated 8-24-19

As a passionate Economics major in college (which grew into an MBA), I find Econ at the root of much of the world around us. It starts with counting coins in first and second grade and grows up to a peek into NASDAQ and other adult subjects in middle school.

  1. Bankaroo–a virtual bank for kids
  2. ECommerce Links for Kids–a collection of ecommerce links for kids
  3. Motion Math–make your own pizza and make money
  4. Rate-zip–how to teach financial topics to K-12
  5. Teaching kids economics and finance–lots of varied resources
  6. Time is Money–this Chrome add-on converts prices on a webpage to hours worked

Coins and Money

Economics–Younger

Economics and Finance (HS)

Economics–General

Statistics

  1. Statistics in Schools–from the Census Bureau

Taxes

  1. Where does your money go? — lesson plan from PBS
  2. Taxes–from Crash Course Economics
  3. A history of US taxes

 


5 Responses to Economics and Finance

  1. Lisa McCoy

    Hey this is such a wonderful resource aggregator. I just also wanted to note that I have been teaching myself the foundations of macroeconomics and I began with books which usually go out to ‘for dummies’ sort of tag line and now i am moving on the the classical foundations like Adam Smith etc. I also registered myself on this platform which answers my questions (they have great subject matter experts) when i solve question papers and assignments that are available online. Leaving it here for ref. (https://www.bartleby.com/subject/business/economics/questions-and-answers) Lots of free questions to work with

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