Money Then and Now ebook
Guided Rd. Level U
Interest Level 4-12
Dive into the history of money! This engaging Grade 5 nonfiction reader describes how money has evolved over time.
Money Then and Now
- Explains how the methods nations use to make, handle, and protect money have changed
- Provides a short fiction piece related to the topic to interest students
- Connects economic concepts such as inflation and debt to students’ daily lives
- Includes a glossary, essential discussion questions, and a “Civics in Action” activity designed to get students excited about money
From bartering to Bitcoin, money has changed a lot throughout history! This teacher-approved reader offers a variety of text features and details how money was invented as well as how it has evolved alongside people and technology. With an illustrated fiction story, index, bright images, and other meaningful features, this reader teaches fifth grade students about the history of money in a fun, easy-to-follow way.
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