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Starting a Colony – Thinking Economically

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From ContentDelaware.org: This in-class education program was developed by the Kalmar Nyckel Foundation in conjunction with the Delaware Department of Education (DOE) as part of the 5th grade economics curriculum. The “Starting a Colony” lesson teaches economic literacy and decision-making skills based on Kalmar Nyckel’s first voyage to North America in 1638, the one that founded the colony of New Sweden in what would become Delaware. It can also be used to teach or reinforce basic economic concepts for any grade level.

[Note: This video features Brandywine Springs social studies teacher, Jill Szymanski, who was recently named National History Teacher of the Year!]

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