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From FEFE http://fefe.arizona.edu/lessonplans/financial-goals-bulletin-board WITH PRINTABLESFrom FEFE http://fefe.arizona.edu/lessonplans/how-read-stock-tables-bulletin-board WITH PRINTABLESFrom FEFE http://fefe.arizona.edu/lessonplans/phishing-bulletin-board WITH PRINTABLESFrom FEFE http://fefe.arizona.edu/lessonplans/scam-identity-theft-bulletin-board WITH PRINTABLESFrom FEFE http://fefe.arizona.edu/lessonplans/your-money-work-bulletin-board WITH PRINTOUTFrom FEFE http://fefe.arizona.edu/lessonplans/how-stock-bought-and-sold-poster WITH PRINTABLESFrom FEFE http://fefe.arizona.edu/lessonplans/saving-your-future-bulletin-board WITH PRINTABLESFrom FEFE http://fefe.arizona.edu/lessonplans/road-financial-success WITH PRINTABLESFrom FEFE http://fefe.arizona.edu/lessonplans/investment-risk-pyramid-mobile with PRINTABLEShttp://www.educationworld.com/a_curr/bullboard/bullboard027.shtmlTransform one of your classroom bulletin boards into a storefront, and present math word problems based on the items "for sale." You can reinforce students' money skills by changing the prices on items each week. That way, the bulletin board can serve as a classroom math center for several weeks or more. If you use this bulletin board around Presidents Day, be sure to discuss the presidents whose faces appear on U.S. currency. DIRECTIONSMake large colorful signs that show a variety of grocery store products. You can use labels from actual products, pictures from magazines, or drawings of the labels.Staple price tags onto the product images you create. Price tags and/or products can be changed from week to week so you can use the bulletin board over a span of several weeks or months. Create math word problems based on the products on the bulletin board. If you teach older students, word problems might involve students in advanced math skills such as figuring the cost of a single item when the product costs 3 for $1, figuring out the cost of a product marked down 20 percent, making change from a $10 bill, or using coupons to save money. http://www.educationworld.com/a_curr/bullboard/bullboard029.shtmlApril is Math Awareness Month; this bulletin board will help build students' awareness of the important role math plays in their lives today and in the future.Challenge students to find pictures in magazines, newspapers, and on the Web that depict people using math in their day-to-day lives. If students will be searching online, the Google Image Search Engine is a good place to find images of occupations that heavily utilize math. For each picture they find, have students write a simple 2-3 sentence description of how the person in the picture is using math. Hang a mirror in the center of the bulletin board, and attach to the mirror a message that says Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who needs math in life at all? Any student who happens to glance into that mirror will see the answer to that question! You might use this bulletin board in conjunction with the Education World lesson plan Mirror, Mirror, on the Wall, Who Needs Math in Life at All?DIRECTIONSHang a mirror in the center of the bulletin board. (If that's not possible, hang a sheet of aluminum foil cut to form a large oval mirror.) Be sure part of the mirror is at eye level so students can see themselves in it. Attach at the top of the mirror a typed note that says Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who needs math in life at all? As a response to that question, around the frame of the mirror attach small pictures of the students in your class.On the rest of the bulletin board, attach pictures students find in magazines, newspapers, and other sources that show people using math in their everyday lives. Beneath each picture, have students write a brief description of what the picture shows and how math is being used.http://www.educationworld.com/a_curr/bullboardhttp://www.paloverde.edu/pages/lmartin/bus101/lesson18.htm