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Ella’s Adventures

Grades 2 - 4
Andria Matzenbacher, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
2019


Comparative Advantage and Cookie Trade
High School
John Swinton, Georgia College
2019


Page One: Focus on Finance 1) Credit Bureaus: The Record Keepers, 2) Smart Phones and Budget Changes
Grade Level
Jeannette Bennett, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis—Memphis Branch
2019



Girl Scout Daisy Activities to Earn the "Making Choices" Badge
Elementary
Barb Flowers, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
2017



Fed Board Builder
High School, College
Mark Bayles, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
2017



Making Personal Finance Decisions
High School
Curt Anderson, Minnesota Council, and Scott Wolla, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
2017


Explore Economics: What Makes Something Useful as Money?
Grades 3-5
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
2016



Page One Economics: Would a Gold Standard Brighten Economic Outcomes?
High School
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
2016




Time Value of Money
High School
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
2016


Teenage Unemployment: What's the Local Story
High School
Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
2016




The Free Silver Movement and Inflation
Grades 7-10
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
2015



It's Your Paycheck! Curriculum Unit
High School
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
2015



The Arsenal of Democracy: The United States in World War II
Middle School, High School
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
2015


Personal Finance, Language Arts, and Mathematics
Kindergarten
Mary Suiter, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis and Bonnie Meszaros, University of Delaware
2019



Professional Baseball--Can You Join the League?
High School
Kris Bertelsen, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis—Little Rock Branch
2019




BarbieĀ® in the Labor Force

High School
Barb Flowers, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
2019



Diamond in the Rough: Entrepreneurship in Action
Grades 4-College
Rita Littrell, Bessie Moore Center for Economic Ed
2017



Page One: Focus on Finance, Income Tax Facts and Filings
Middle School, High School, College
Jeannette Bennett, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
2017




Morris Goes to School
Elementary
Bonnie Meszaros, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis 
2017 



Clifford and the Big Storm
Elementary
Erin Yetter, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
2017 



The Great Inflation
High School
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
2016



Diversification and Risk
Middle School, High School
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
2016



Tools for Enhancing the Stock Market Game: Invest it Forward
Middle School, High School
SIFMA & Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
2016



GDP and Pizza
Middle School, High School
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
2015



The Berenstain Bears: Old Hat, New Hat
Grades 1-3
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
2015



The Great Depression Curriculum Unit
Middle School, High School
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
2015



Lemonade in Winter

Grade 2
Bonnie Meszaros, University of Delaware
2019



Using Reading Q&A and Page One Economics to Address Controversial Topics with Economic Reasoning
High School
Scott Wolla, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
2019




Protection for Peanuts: Supply, Demand, and Agricultural Support Policies
High School
Lesley Mace, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
2017 


Girl Scout Brownie Activities to Earn the "Money Manager" Badge
Elementary
Barb Flowers, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
2017




International Trade and Comparative Advantage 
High School
Sherilyn Narker, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
2017 



Baskets, Base Years, and Bias
High School
Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
2016



Economic Episodes in American History
High School
Mark C. Schug and William C. Wood
2016



Saving for College-Continuing Feducation
Middle School, High School
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
2016



Kiddynomics
PreK-K
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
2016



Too Many Toys
Grades 1-4
Economics Arkansas
2016 



Page One Economics: The Productivity Puzzle
High School, College
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
2015



Supply & Demand Online Course for Teachers and Students
High School
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
2015 


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