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The Classroom Economy: Store Grand Opening

By Beth Newingham on October 24, 2012
  • Grades: 3–5

Part of implementing a classroom economy is having a purpose for the money students earn throughout the school year.

In my classroom the purpose is the privilege of shopping at the class store. Once a month, students are able to spend their money on a variety of goodies that I collect from dollar stores, request as donations, and purchase in bulk amounts online.

Read the full "Grand Opening" lesson plan and learn how to set up a class store.

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