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The study of money
Paper money is called…
Money made of metal is called…..
When there is NOT enough of what you want, it is called….
Things we use to satisfy our wants are called……
When there is NOT enough resources to satisfy our wants (keep us happy) it is called….
The best thing you give up to get something else is called…..
A person who uses a good or a service is called a….
Something people want that you can hold or touch is called a…….
Something people DO for other people is called a …..
The money you earn is called…..
Putting resources together to make goods or provide services is called….
A PERSON who MAKES a good or provides a service is called a……
Resources found in people, such as their skills or ideas is called…..
The things that nature provides like water, minerals, and fish that we use to satisfy our wants are called…..
Good that are used to make other goods or to provide services are called……
Paper money is called…
Money made of metal is called…..
I want to buy a Webkinz, but all of the stores are sold out. This is called…..
Food, money, toys, paper, pencils…they all help us do something we want, so they are called….
I really want two new shirts, but I only have enough money for one, so I only buy one. The shirt I did not buy was my…..
When I buy food at a restaurant or get a haircut, I am being a …..
Food, candy, football, Webkinz, bike, markers, DVD’s are all…..
Car wash, going to the movies, a haircut, dry cleaning, going to the water park or the zoo are all ……
When a factory gets all the parts to make a car, it is called …… When a chef at a restaurant puts all the ingredients together to make a meal, it is called…
Iron is a …. Natural Resource
An engineer (someone who designs cars) Is a …. Human Resource
A car is a….. Capitol Resource
Water is a …. Natural Resource
A school building is a …. Capitol Resource
A teacher is a …. Human Resource
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