Helping Grover and Elmo run their lemonade stand to see how the value of a financial transaction is worth more than just money. Learn more here.
Kids understand that money can be exchanged for goods and services. These routine transactions also create value for and help the community as a whole. Help Grover and Elmo run their lemonade stand at the community market. Use this interactive game to explore skills that can also extend beyond money:
- Value of sharing
- Helping other people
- Working as a team
- Making plans
- Math concepts
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