Classroom Mini-Economy

The Classroom Mini-Economy (Grades 3-6) is an experience-based program that taps into the creativity of young students. Participants learn economics, entrepreneurship and government through interactive simulations. They establish their own economy, design and print their own money, plan and open businesses, and create a functioning government. Experiential program the promotes collaboration, team-planning and integrates into multiple subjects in social studies and beyond.

Students acquire multiple skills from participating in the Mini-Economy:

  • Goal-setting and responsibility
  • Cooperative learning
  • Experience with entrepreneurship in an authentic market situation
  • Creative problem-solving
  • Crossover instruction in language arts, math, art, and social studies

Contact us if you would like support and training to implement the mini-economy in your school or school district.