The Week In Business
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Fun-filled game builds money math skills and involves all players at every turn. Two versions to challenge multiple skill levels. Explain that when we go to the store, we need to pay for each item we take. Tell the children that cashiers add up all the prices and tell the shopper how much to pay. Using the printable money, continue to role-play a shopping trip.
Its economy grew by a whopping 18.3 percent in the first three months of the year to last year’s low. Print off the right playing board and matching playing cards, laminate to ensure durability and the number sentence strip too. Students can complete their number sentence once they have solved their problem. Reported resources will be reviewed by our team. Report this resource to let us know if this resource violates TpT’s content guidelines.
Here, the town itself has moved wholesale to the “suburbs,” organizing around a shopping area. Stevenage New Town, planned by Donald Reay, situates the town itself around the shopping square, almost recreating the traditional downtown business district. These open-air shopping centers, while still common today, gave way to semi- and fully enclosed malls which no longer fronted roadways, but became independent islands of commerce surrounded by parking. The Carmel Plaza by Olof Dahlstrand shows the influence of the parking lot upon the design of the building, aligning the entrance of the mall to the parking area. The act of shopping, while not always seen as entertainment in itself, has often been associated with social interaction. The shop as a space has taken many forms over the years, carefully organized for the convenience of both the proprierors and the customers.
Shopping was made as enticing as possible, starting with the stores themselves. The elevation and details of the Stockton Stores by Stafford Jory show how ornate the exteriors of these small shops could be. Interiors could be equally well appinted, illustrated here by the photographs of Alfred Dunhill’s tobacco counter. This book is a tribute to the eight major downtown Cleveland department stores and their many loyal customers. For over 150 years, these large stores dominated the local retail scene. They represented exciting places that not only provided a full range of goods and services all under one roof, but also, offered a special shopping adventure every time their customers visited.