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Money, Money, Honey Bunny!
Source: Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis | Type: lesson - children's literature

Students listen to a story written in rhyme about a bunny that has a lot of money in her piggy bank. Students distinguish between spending and saving and goods and services. They play a matching game to review the content of the story and to practice rhyming words.




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integrated well    March 19, 2010
By: chester, s
like the way rhyming words are integrated in with the economics

Literacy+Economics=Amazing    October 6, 2010
By: Homan, M
I like that this lesson not only focuses on economics but also literacy!

Fun!    September 17, 2012
By: M, K
This seems like a great lesson. Not only is it a good economic lesson for younger kids, it stimulates the brain even more by playing the matching game. Rhyming is also a good technique to help kids remember things.

Money, Money Honey Bunny!    September 22, 2013
By: Reither, K
Great Lesson! Love that it can be made so simple for even k-2 to understand the ideas of Economics!