Lesson plans, activities, and curriculum resources which link to corresponding standards from the McREL Standards Database.
A premier source of classroom-tested, Internet-based economic education lesson plans for K-12 teachers and their students.
Economics Research Network
Dedicated to increasing communication among economics scholars, practitioners, and policymakers throughout the world.
Economics Resource Center
Economic news covered in radio, television, magazines, newspapers - nationally and internationally.
These lessons are designed to accompany a version of the PBS series specially edited for classroom use. Included here are five interdisciplinary teaching units with lesson plans correlated to the national standards, along with a variety of discussion questions and interactive activities designed to get your students thinking about the impact of all sorts of financial transactions.
Florida Council on Economic Education
Established in 1975, the Florida Council on Economic Education is a non-profit, statewide agency whose mission is to educate teachers and students about the operation of the free enterprise system and to instill in them an appreciation for a market economy. The Council seeks to accomplish this mission by providing a variety of services and programs to teachers for students K-12.
A fun place for children to learn about money and banking.
Peanuts & Crackerjacks
The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston´s educational unit on the economics of pro sports. It´s free, fun, and easy to use -- even for rookies.
Practical Money Skills For Teachers
Lesson plans ranging from preschool through college, includes teacher guides and online resources.
Secrets of Making Money
NOVA Online takes a look at the new U.S. currency, with interactive exploration of both new and old features.
SIEPR - Economics in the News
News collected by the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research.
Teaching K-12 Economics
Includes concepts, standards, lessons, projects and support resources.
US Bureau of Engraving and Printing
Their primary goal is to educate children ages 5 to 13 about the anti-counterfeiting features that are present in the new 1996 and 1999 Series Federal Reserve Notes through the use of various interactive displays and games.