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In this lesson, students make a choice about what they want to eat for dinner, but then they are asked to trade with a partner and discuss whether they like their new dinner better. Based on this discussion, they learn about preferences and how they help us make choices. Students then hear a story about a little bear who looks at many hats to see if he can find a new one he likes. Students will relate key concepts from the lesson to the story and create a hat to discuss their own choices and preferences with the class.
This lesson plan is designed for teaching grades 1, 2, and 3.
Book written by Stan and Jan Berenstain / ISBN: 0-394-80669-7. This book is available in print and electronic format.
This lesson received the 2015 Curriculum Gold Award from the National Association of Economic Educators. Read more about this and other awards.
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