Wall Street Wonders

Grade 6 learners today learned about trade by assigning values to shapes. Shapes could be exchanged for money to purchase “raw materials” (paper) and “machinery” scissors and rulers. Each shape had an assigned value, and based on the supply and demand, prices rose or fell. Learners tried everything fro mass production to individually crafted shapes. Well done to Shiloh and Lucas for being the country with the highest trade values.