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Print Resources
For Students

Berger, Melvin. Pasta, Please! Littleton, MA: Newbridge Educational Publishing, 1994.

Numeroff, Laura Joffe. If You Give a Mouse a Cookie. New York: HarperCollins Juvenile Books, 1985.

Williams, Vera B. A Chair for My Mother. Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Scott Foresman, 1984.

For Teachers

Phipps, B., with M.C. Hopkins, and R.L. Littrell. Teaching Strategies K-2. Master Curriculum Guides in Economics. New York: National Council on Economic Education, 1993.

Related Web Sites
For Teachers

Dallas Federal Reserve Bank
This site provides information about programs, online games, and other useful economics resources for students.

National Council on Economic Education program page
This NCEE source offers national standards, Internet-based lessons, economic news, and links for K-12 teachers and students.

James Madison University Web site
This site features a list of online economics courses for elementary school children.

National Council for the Social Studies
The NCSS provides teachers with an information service that includes curriculum content and assessment for ages 3 through 8.

Social Studies Standards in Economics: K-1
This site is a guide to economic lessons for kindergarten through first grade.

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