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Open a flower shop specializing in handmade bouquets. This place value and economics exploration is adapted from Crayola Dream-Makers®.
Almost everyone loves to shop. Knowing how decimal points and place values work is essential when you’re dealing with money. To practice these skills, create these budding flower stems and then try to buy a bouquet on a budget.
Create blossoms. Cover your art area with newspaper. Decorate flattened coffee filters with Crayola® Fabric Markers. Experiment with geometric patterns, symmetrical designs, and radial motifs. Beautify your blossoms with Crayola Glitter Glue. Air-dry the glue.
Make flower stems. Twist the center of each blossom into a point. Place the point against the top of a Crayola Colored Pencil barrel. Wrap with floral tape to hold your blossom in place.
Add price tags. Cut small paper rectangles with Crayola Scissors. Mark different prices on tags. Punch holes and tie price tags to stems with string.
Buy a bouquet. Choose a spending limit. Use or make play money to purchase a bouquet that’s within your budget. Check each other’s purchases to make sure you stayed within your spending limits.
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