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2nd Place - 3-5 Division - Katie Strphenson - Maryetta School - Stillwell

2nd Place – 3-5 Division – Katie Strphenson – Maryetta School – Stillwell

3rd Place - K-2 Division -Brooklyn Cheromiah - Maryetta School - Stillwell

3rd Place – K-2 Division -Brooklyn Cheromiah – Maryetta School – Stillwell

Potential drawing topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Capital Resources: Capital resources are tools and equipment used to make goods and services.
  • Consumers: Consumers are people who buy goods and services. Are you a consumer?
  • Economic Wants: Economic wants are desires that can be satisfied by consuming a good, service or leisure activity.
  • Entrepreneur: An entrepreneur is someone who takes the risk to develop a new product or start a new business.
  • Goods and Services: Goods are object you can touch or hold, and services are actions one person does for someone else.
  • Human Resources (Labor): Human resources are the people who work to produce goods and services.
  • Income: The amount of money received in exchange for labor.
  • Interdependence: Interdependence occurs when people or countries depend on someone else to provide the goods and services they consume.
  • Interest: The money earned on our savings.
  • Investing: In economics, investing occurs when people use money to purchase capital goods. In finance, investing occurs when people put money in long-term savings options like stocks and bonds.
  • Market: A market exists whenever people buy and sell goods and services. Markets are where prices are determined.
  • Natural Resources: Natural resources are materials found naturally and they are used in the production of goods and services. Examples are water, soil, minerals and sunshine.
  • Opportunity Cost: When you make a decision, the most valuable alternative you give up is your opportunity cost.
  • Price: The price is what people pay when they purchase a good or service.
  • Producers: Producers are people who make goods or provide services.
  • Productive resources: Productive resources are the natural, human and capital resources that are used to produce goods and services.
  • Productivity: Labor productivity measures how many goods and services are produced per worker.
  • Profit: Profit is the difference between the money people make when they produce and sell a good or service and all their costs of production.
  • Saving: Saving is the part of a person’s income that is not spent for goods and services or used to pay taxes.
  • Scarcity: Scarcity is the condition of not being able to have all of the goods and services that you want.
  • Specialization: People specialize when they produce only some of the goods and services they consume, then trade with others to get more of the things they want.
  • Supply and Demand: Producers supply goods and services. Consumers demand them. Prices in the market are determined by the interaction of supply and demand.
  • Trade and Money: People trade (exchange) with each other to get the goods and services they want. To make trade easier, people use money.
  • Trade-offs: Trade-offs means getting a little less of one thing in order to get a little more of another.
  • CORRELATIONS TO THE OKLAHOMA ACADEMIC STANDARDS

Official Rules

  • Each student may submit only one entry.
  • The poster must be the original work of the student.
  • Posters must be on a white background and 8 1/2″ X 11″ in size.
  • Posters must be in color; markers, crayons, map pencils and paint are appropriate and encouraged.
  • The economic or personal finance concept illustrated must printed on the poster and spelled correctly.
  • Poster must accurately portray the economic or personal finance topic drawn.
  • A student entry form must be taped to the back of the poster.
  • Posters must be mailed to: Oklahoma Council on Economic Education, 100 N University Dr., Box 103, Edmond 73034 and postmarked by the date specified.
  • All entries become the property of the Oklahoma Council on Economic Education and may be used for publicity purposes.
  • A three-person panel will judge the posters, and the judges’ decisions are final.
  • One winner for grades Pre-K – 2nd, one winner for grades 3–5 will be selected and one winner for 6-8. There will also be a Overall Oklahoma Academic Standard winner. Students with the winning poster in each category will be awarded a $50 prize.
  • 1st place winners and their teachers and families will be invited to the Financial Literacy Month Kick-off to receive their prize and award from the Oklahoma State Treasurer.
  • The judging criteria will be based on Creativity (20%), Accuracy of Concept (40%) and Interpretation of Concept (40%).

Entry Forms

To download a copy of the Teacher and Student entry forms,CLICK HERE

 

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