Our entrepreneurship programs teach students the 21st-century skills they’ll need to succeed in the world’s changing economy.
Through story-based learning and gamification, your students will learn how to survive as an entrepreneur.
for Kindergarten, Elementary Schools, and Middle Schools
Here are just some of the skills students will learn:
- How to identify opportunities in the marketplace.
- How to differentiate your product/service.
- How to develop a target market.
- How to develop a marketing strategy.
- How to identify costs and develop pricing.
- How to communicate, sell, and negotiate.
- How to use a Scrum Board. (Time Management)
- How to develop a business model.
- How to present a business idea to an audience.
- And much more….
Zane is job ready!
Business Idea: Tech Assistance for Seniors
Future Independent Job: Consultant, Tech Hardware Engineer
Skills Learned: How to identify a need in the market and provide a solution.
Tony is job ready!
Business Idea: Used Sports Equipment Website
Future Independent Job: Chief Conversion Officer, Ecommerce Seller, Digital Marketer
Skills Learned: How to develop a marketing strategy for an online business.
Chase is job ready!
Business Idea: Design Studio
Future Independent Job: Graphic Artist, UX Designer, Product Designer
Skills Learned: How to price design services. How to identify design expenses such as printer ink and paper.
Dean is job ready!
Business Idea: Video Game Console
Future Independent Job: Game Developer, Programmer, Video Animator
Skills Learned: How to provide the right value to a target market.
What is taught inside our program?
The curriculum teaches kids how to unlock their creativity by thinking of a product or service to solve a problem in a market (E.g. Healthcare or Transportation).
They’ll analyze the competition in their market and learn how to differentiate with value.
Students will then create a target market to know who is the most likely to purchase.
In order to make the target market aware of their offering, students plan marketing strategies.
Students learn that business is not free.
They are taught financial literacy by identifying and budgeting for all the costs they will incur such as materials and work hours during development.
To pay for these costs, students learn to attach a price to their product or service that is connected to the value they provide.
If their price is greater than their costs, their business will receive a profit.
Students learn soft skills by developing and practicing a sales strategy to launch their business idea into the marketplace.
They’ll learn how to close customers with negotiation.
Finally at the end of the curriculum, students will enhance their communication skills and present their business to their classmates.
K-8 Entrepreneurship Curriculum
Kindergarten, elementary schools, and middle schools can choose from the following online or blended, entrepreneurship curriculum:
- Online + Blended Program (K-2nd grade) Kindergarten
- Online + Blended Program (3rd-5th grade) Elementary School
- Online + Blended Program (6th-8th grade) Middle School
Your teachers will receive a manual that walks them through each step of our curriculum.
They will be helped by video lessons led by Dwight the Light Bulb, our virtual teacher.
Students can easily revert back to videos when they are at home or not in the classroom.
Our secure online portal will engage students with informational videos, fun activities, and quizzes throughout the program.
Each student will receive their own login credentials.
Teachers can track their students’ online progress to ensure completion of the curriculum.
For schools that incorporate STEM, our programs are uniquely designed to blend around your current curriculum such as programming, robotics, and engineering.
This adaptability adds a distinct value to KidEntrepreneurship.com.
Your STEM curriculum is not required for our program but can be included upon request.