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The ABC's of Goods and Services

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The ABC's of Goods and Services
What are goods?
http://www.kidseconposters.com/
posters/the-basics/goods-services/
2nd Grade Common Core Standard
in Social Studies
Strand 15-Economics
Most people around the world work in jobs in which they produce specific goods and services.

http://education.ohio.gov/getattachment/Topics/Academic-Content-Standards/Social-Studies/Grade-2-Social-Studies-Model-Curricula-August-2011.pdf.aspx

What are Services?
A good is an object people want that they can touch or hold.
A service is an action a person
does for someone else.

A is for Airplane
An airplane is something that people can touch. It is a good.
B is for Bakery
A bakery is something you can touch and it also bakes fresh bread and muffins. It is both goods and services.
C is for Construction Worker
A construction worker is someone who does work, but when they are finished with the job, the leave the customer with something. Therefore, construction
workers are providing both goods and services.
D is for Dentist
A dentist is someone who cleans teeth. They provide a service.
Education
Education is providing someone with knowledge.
It is a service.
F is for Farmer
A farmer provides us with food. They provide us with goods.
G is for Garbage Truck Driver
A garbage truck driver picks up waste, trash, and garbage. They provide a service.
H is for Highway
A highway is something we can touch and gives us a direction for our us to drive.
It is a good and service.
I is for Ice Cream
Ice cream is something we can touch. It is a good.
J is for Jeans
Jeans are something your wear and touch. They are a good.
K is for Kite
A kite are something you can touch.
They are a good.
L is for Library
You can read, check out books, surf
the internet, get school work done
in a quiet setting. It is a service.
M is for Mailman
A mailman delivers
mail to your house.
It is a service.
N is for Nail Polish
You can wear and touch nail polish.
It is a good.
P is for Police Man
A police man protects the
community from those
who don't follow the law.
They provide a service.
Q is for Quinoa
Quinoa is something you can eat. It is a good.
R is for Raincoat
A raincoat keeps you dry from rain. You wear it, therefore it is a good.
S is for Salesman
A salesman sells various things to people.
They provide a service.
U is for Umbrella
An umbrella is something you can touch that keeps you dry from rain. It is a good.
V is for Veterinarian
A veterinarian is someone who specializes in helping animals stay healthy.
They provide a service.
W is for Watch
A watch is something that you wear to keep track of time. It is a good.
X is for X-ray Technician
An x-ray technician is someone who takes x-rays. They provide a service.
Y is for Yacht
A yacht is something that you can touch. It is a good.
Z is for Zoologist
A zoologist is someone who studies the behavior of animals. They provide a service.
http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/sciencefacts/careers/zoologist.html
Resources
www.google.com
www.youtube.com
http://www.kidseconposters.com/posters/the-basics/goods-services/
http://www.buggywhipcakes.com/
http://www.mccombdental.com/
http://www.noacsc.org/hancock/mb/Elementary%20Web/1New%20Nov%2011/Default.htm
http://www.econedlink.org/interactives/index.php?iid=101&type=student
http://www.internet4classrooms.comgrade_level_helpeconomics_goods_and_services_second_2nd_grade_social_studies.htm
http://www.brainpopjr.com/socialstudies/economics/goodsandservices/preview.weml
http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/sciencefacts/careers/zoologist.html
http://education.ohio.gov/getattachment/Topics/Academic-Content-Standards/Social-Studies/Grade-2-Social-Studies-Model-Curricula-August-2011.pdf.aspx


http://www.econedlink.org/interactives/index.php?iid=101&type=student
http://www.internet4classrooms.com/grade_level_help/economics_goods_and_services_second_2nd_grade_social_studies.htm
http://www.brainpopjr.com/socialstudies/economics/goodsandservices/preview.weml
T is for Teachers
Teachers provide knowledge to
students. They provide a service.
O is for Optometrist
An optometrist cares for your eyes. They examine, diagnose, and treat your eyes. They are a service.



















http://www.buggywhipcakes.com/

http://www.mccombdental.com/
http://www.noacsc.org/hancock/mb/Elementary%20Web/1New%20Nov%2011/Default.htm
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