Students pretend to be travel agents as they work in pairs to plan a vacation for a family of four with a budget of $5,000. Students will first watch an introduction presentation to learn about their tasks. They will then receive a Vacation Choices board with which to plan the details of the trip, a Vacation Costs sheet to calculate totals, and a rubric to guide the process. After planning the vacation, students will present their information to their "clients" in the form of a PowerPoint, brochure, or poster. The project allows students to practice multiplication, addition, subtraction, elapsed time, and multi-step problems while fostering creativity and critical thinking skills.