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November 27, 2020

Exploring coins and bank notes

Hands filling out a form on a table with art supplies and paper play money.
Explore Canadian money with young learners using our printable worksheets.
Content type(s): Lesson plans Grade level(s): Grade 1 / Elementary Cycle 1, Kindergarten
October 2, 2020

Trading Planets

Take a trade mission to planet Plutopia to discover why trading without a common currency is hard.
March 16, 2020

Trade Rules

Introduce three basic economic concepts: consumers and producers, goods and services, and trade. Students will play a game to understand the benefits of trade.
January 29, 2020

A Bank NOTE-able Canadian

Apply the concept of historical significance to nominate an iconic Canadian for a new bank note. Students will create a design for their proposal.
December 2, 2019

Trading Up: How Countries Benefit from Freer Trade

Use hands- on activities to explore comparative advantage, opportunity cost and specialization. Students will learn how these key economic concepts help countries benefit from trade.
October 25, 2019

A Noteworthy Woman

Apply the concept of historical significance to examine the bank note featuring Viola Desmond.
September 26, 2019

Price Check: Inflation in Canada

All about inflation: what it is, what is means and how it's measured. Students will learn how the consumer price index is calculated and create their own student price index to measure the prices that matter most to them.
September 5, 2017

Build a Bank Note: Classroom Resource for Teachers

Teach your students about Canada’s history, land and culture – with money!

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