PHOTOS: Grade 3 Students Put Their Entrepreneurial Skills to Work for Business Day

St. Margaret’s grade 3 students had an exciting introduction to entrepreneurship last week, as the annual Business Day brought out student creativity and showcased clever ideas and individual talents. 
Business Day happens twice a year in grade 3, a way for students to express their creativity and build skills in problem-solving, interpersonal communications, math and more. 
Set up outside near the Lower School playground, students worked their sales pitches to browsing customers—mostly other grade 3 students and various members of the Lower School community, including Principal Jennifer Blount and assistant principal Maile Bellosi. Students could purchase products with pretend money, turning grade 3 into a mini-economy with an abundance of buying and selling. 
The ideas were plentiful—paper airplanes, ninja stars, used books, homemade collars for stuffed animals, bracelets, school supplies, a raffle, and more. 
Here are some photos from the fun morning! 
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