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Bring the Money Fair to your School

Teachers have seen the benefits that holding a Money Fair can have on student engagement and learning. “It was one of the most rewarding experiences I have had as an educator”.

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Why a Money Fair?

A Money Fair is a unique and fun way to get kids talking about money matters – with teachers, fellow students, parents, and members of the community.

A Money Fair involves pairs of students selecting a money topic that is of interest to them, undertaking research to explore and learn about that topic, and preparing a creative presentation that showcases the outcome of their research and what they learned. Having a Money Fair - ask a question.

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Sprucecourt Projects

Projects being set up with the Money Fair at Sprucecourt Public School in Toronto, November 2015

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Sprucecourt Public School
Pieces of project

Bringing together the last few pieces of their project, Sprucecourt Public School in Toronto, April 2015

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Sprucecourt Public School
Sprucecourt Project in Class

Getting ready for their Money Fair, Sprucecourt Public School in Toronto, April 2015

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Sprucecourt Public School
Winners 1,2,3 and Teachers in SK

1st, 2nd and 3rd Place winners of the Money Fair, and their teachers from St. Bernard School in Saskatoon

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St. Bernard School
Students, Judge, Project

Students from St. Bernard School in Saskatoon, present their Money Fair Project to the judges, March 2015

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St. Bernard School
Students and their project

Students from Immaculata High School in Ottawa, present their Money Fair Project, April 2014

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Immaculata High School
First Place Winners

First Place Winners from the Money Fair at Sprucecourt Public School in Toronto, November 2015

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Sprucecourt Public School

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