I chose this image of a candy store in Vegas because the curved and diagonal lines in the entrance give a lot of movement and is the emphasis. The vertical lines add height to the store. All use of color is this store brings a inviting and fun feel.
A variation on the money-matching game is playing "candy shop" where the "customer" gets "candy" (the pictured cards) in exchange for the listed price. Great for reinforcing monetary value as well as exploring the idea of working in a shop.
Sweet Pete’s in Jacksonville might be the closest you ever get to visiting a modern-day Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory. It is one of the largest and most impressive candy stores in the country, with 23,000 square feet.
Rau's Country Store An old-fashioned pickle barrel, penny candy, vintage metal advertising signs, linens and lace, and nostalgia-theme lunch boxes are just some of the things you'll find inside Rau's Country Store. The Frankenmuth shop, located inside a 106-year-old former hotel, stuffs its finds in what feels like a quirky maze