A class of 28 students earned popsicles. The teacher bought two boxes of popsicles, with 12 in each box. How many more popsicles does the teacher need to avoid a scarcity of popsicles in her classroom?
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Create an economic obstacle course. Set up three or four econ stations outside, each with an economics question to solve. Students can weave through cones, bounce balls or run bases to get from one station to the next.