Next, I showed them a Venn Diagram. I had families send in coupons and hand picked which ones would work best for this lesson. I game each student a coupon and asked them to figure out what the coupon was for, if it was a good or service and why. Each student had a chance to explain and/or defend where their coupon should be taped on the Venn Diagram. The students discovered that some things could be a combination of a good and a service such as restaurant food since the restaurant provides the food (a good) and the service to your table (a service). This was a great assessment tool!
Finally, the students pulled out the community maps they had created the day before when we discussed community changes. They had a chance to tell one location they put on their map and what you could purchase there (of course I made them state if their purchase was a good or service). They did awesome!
Here are some examples of the community maps they created!