Little Nino's Pizzeria Lesson for Grades 1-3

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Students are read the story Little Nino's Pizzeria and identify the inputs in a pizza, categorizing them as intermediate goods, natural resources, human resources, and capital resources. They use a Venn diagram to sort attributes of each restaurant mentioned in the story and the attributes the restaurants share. As an assessment, students write a restaurant review, categorizing the inputs of pizza.

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This lesson plan is designed for teaching grades 1, 2, and 3.

Book written by Karen Barbour / ISBN: 0-15-246321-6. This book is in print and available.

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