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Stacey Pehosh

Cooper Elementary School
Bella Vista, AR

Stacey Pehosh has taught kindergarten for 20 years. She teaches all of the main subject areas. Economics is part of and included in everyday learning in her classroom. Stacey is very active with the Bessie B. Moore Center at the U. of A. She attends many of Rita Littrell's workshops. She enjoys hosting visiting international guests for lessons in her classroom as well as other activities.Stacey writes economics lessons for the primary grades because she feels there is a shortage of economics materials for the lower grades. She says, "I love lessons based on children's literature."

Stacey says, "EconEdLink is a fantastic resource that is very user-friendly. Even those who are apprehensive about teaching economics will feel at ease on this site."

Published Resources

Everyday Opportunities

In this economics lesson, students will use decision-making to learn the costs associated with decisions.
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No Room For A Sneeze

This lesson teaches students about scarcity and standard of living. In the book "No Room for a Sneeze", a folkta…
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Trade to the Tailor

By reading the book "A New Coat for Anna" students will learn about resources, scarcity, costs, trade/bartering,…
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The Mitten

This is a folktale retold by Jan Brett about a little boy whose grandmother knits him a pair of snow…
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Jobs: Who Needs 'Em?

In this lesson, students will look at the importance having some kind of job. At early ages they sometimes get…
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The Color of Resources

This lesson will demonstrate the making of Crayola products to introduce natural, capital, and human resources a…
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