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The Stock Market Game

 Since 1977, The Stock Market Game program has served over eleven million students by transporting them into the real world of investing while learning academic concepts that relate to their entire core curriculum. Students in grades 4-12 buy into the process through active involvement. Students work in teams practicing leadership, organization, negotiation, and cooperation. As they work to grow their $100,000 virtual cash accounts into a top-performing portfolio, they develop strong interests in the daily events that shape our world. And, they barely realize how much math, economics, business, language arts and social studies they are learning. Students compete against their classmates as well as other schools so they see the program as “fun.”


No prior knowledge of the stock market is needed! The Stock Market Game program provides lessons that teachers weave into their existing plans that give difficult concepts an easy-to-understand, real-life spin. A wealth of on-line resources and materials is provided to registered teachers. Training and support is available through a weekly webinar series.

Now your students will have the opportunity to learn about how savings and investing work while learning and applying core curriculum in an engaging and memorable way. The Stock Market Game meets national standards and has been correlated to California state standards in math, economics, social studies, English language arts, business education, and technology.

Provided FREE to teachers thanks to grant funding!

For more information, see http://smg2000.org/cgi-bin/haipage/page.html?tpl=coordinator/index and http://smg2000.org/

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