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After reading and discussing a story about a family during the Great Depression, students differentiate between goods, services, barter, and money. Students are led through several rounds of a barter activity that incorporates math skills. Through this activity, students learn about the difficulties of using barter to satisfy wants.
This lesson plan is designed for teaching grades 2, 3, and 4.
Book written by Kate Lied / ISBN: 0-7922-6946-2. This book is in print and available.
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