Social Studies Lesson - Economy, Grade 2

  • Activity 1 / Producers and Consumers

  • Activity 2 / Goods and Services Worksheet

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    We all depend on goods and services, and the people who make our daily lives run smoothly. Teach your child more about everyday life and the people and things that are the most important, with this community helpers worksheet: Goods and Services!
    Offer this worksheet to help your child:
    • Gain a better appreciation of community helpers and the goods they provide
    • Understand the difference between goods and services
    Kids grow up to contribute to the community if they learn to appreciate it from an early age. Use this worksheet to bring a new awareness to the goods and services most important to everyone in your child’s community!

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  • Activity 3 / Producer or Consumer? Worksheet

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    Before beginning this simple worksheet, you can test your child’s knowledge by asking them if they know who a producer is, and who a consumer is. Not worries if your child comes up empty here. You can still give them a good definition. A producer is someone who makes something, and a consumer is a person who buys something. For example, your child’s favourite snacks are made by the producers, and you act as the consumers by buying and eating it. Now, look at the picture in the free pdf with your kids. Help them check the box next to the producer or consumer.

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