Study Economics & Government—For 1 Year of Social Studies Credit
- Combining Economics with government makes a one-year social studies course at the high school level.
- Most of the economics courses listed below are for one semester.
- Some of them can be expanded to study economics for one year if you desire.
- It’s critical for students to understand economics.
- We made sure each of our children studied economics in high school.
- Bluestocking Press even has a new book called Capitalism for Kids for those who want to start with the younger crowd.
- Exploring Economics A one-semester economics curriculum from Notgrass Company for grades 9 to 12.
- Paradigm Economics is a one-semester high school course that also encourages reading for comprehension.
- Bluestocking Press offers a series of books on economics and history with a conservative viewpoint. Written by Uncle Eric, these are very popular among homeschoolers. Study Guides are available for most of them to make it easier for you to integrate them into your curriculum.
- Whatever Happened to Justice (on this page) Explores America’s legal heritage and the connection between rational law and economic prosperity.
- LIFEPAC Government and Economics One semester of this course is devoted to economics.
- Intro to Economics: Money, History & Fiscal Faith Curriculum
- Switched-On Government and Economics In the second-semester economics is studied.
- When you need a textbook course with tests and activities, Economics from Bob Jones University Press will fill the need. It is an academically solid economics curriculum for grade 12.