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Money (Earning, Saving, Spending) (2000)

by Margaret Hall

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  ccsdss | Feb 24, 2016 |
Money is a book about what people used to pay for things before money, why the government changes how bills look, and what makes each and every dollar bill special. This book looks at how money is made, and how money has changed throughout history.
This book is a part of a series called “Earning, Savings, and Spending” it is a good book to give students an overview of money. I think it is important children understand how money evolved, how it is earned, and that It is an important part of life. I like this book a lot!
Extension Ideas: I would use this book when teaching my students about money. For example we could have a “store” and use money to buy things we need/ want. The students can barter things they buy like they did before money was made. You could do so many lessons with this book it is a great book to use!
  annedria | Apr 12, 2010 |
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This text give students an overview of money providing details on the evolution of currency, the making of coins and bills, and basics of use around the world.

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