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From: Julie in NY (
Subject:         Yes, we used these...
Date: April 9, 2011 at 5:14 pm PST

In Reply to: Re: Suggestions for HS Economics posted by Lee Anna on March 13, 2011 at 4:47 pm:

We used the Penny Candy and Bluestocking study guide along with Money Mystery and its study guide. We also read Economics: a Free Market Reader, and most of Economics in One Lesson (Hazlett). We had previously worked through Money Matters for Teens as well. We really enjoyed these. There was also a thin green book that gave a Christian Biblical basis for several principles. (Not the one from the Principle Approach viewpoint - can't remember the name. My older son did that one and it was a bit intense.) We really enjoyed the Uncle Eric books.

I understand that John Notgrass now has curriculum called Exploring Economics. It wasn't out yet when we did economics, so I haven't used it, but we did use Exploring American History and Exploring Government which we really enjoyed. (My son went on to CLEP these 2 subjects as well after using these materials and reviewing with the REA Clep study guide.)

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