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Economy Museum Virtual Tour, Part 3 | How People Interact in the Economy

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#virtualfieldtrip #virtualtour #museum #museumfromhome Markets can be found everywhere, from international stock exchanges to agricultural markets to your local farmers market. This segment of our virtual tour will guide you through these markets. Explore bartering and why money was created. Wrap up with our Connections Theater video, “The Fed in Five.” FUN FACTS: -The U.S. imports more than 300 fruit products from more than 120 countries. -Early forms of money took the shape of knives, axes and heavy plates. -There are more than 7 million pennies, or 1 cent coins, made each year. TEACHERS: Coming soon! Assign this virtual field trip to your elementary, middle and high school students using our free teacher portal: www.econlowdown.org. It’s the perfect tour for distance

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#virtualfieldtrip #virtualtour #museum #museumfromhome Markets can be found everywhere, from international stock exchanges to agricultural markets to your local farmers market. This segment of our virtual tour will guide you through these markets. Explore bartering and why money was created. Wrap up with our Connections Theater video, “The Fed in Five.” FUN FACTS: -The U.S. imports more than 300 fruit products from more than 120 countries. -Early forms of money took the shape of knives, axes and heavy plates. -There are more than 7 million pennies, or 1 cent coins, made each year. TEACHERS: Coming soon! Assign this virtual field trip to your elementary, middle and high school students using our free teacher portal: www.econlowdown.org. It’s the perfect tour for distance learning. After each segment (four total), students will take a quiz to test their knowledge. This segment is titled “How People Interact in the Economy.” MORE INFO: https://www.stlouisfed.org/inside-the-economy-museum Economy Museum Virtual Tour, Part 3 | How People Interact in the Economy
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