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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
The Young Investor

Kindegarten Program

The Young Investor

A boy named James invests his birthday money in chickens so he can buy a new basketball hoop. He learns what it means to be an investor and how money can grow over time.

The book shows children it’s never too early to become an investor. It’s time to introduce your child to a rewarding life of investing.

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The Young Entrepreneur

Kindegarten Program

The Young Entrepreneur

A young girl named Rose starts a flower watering service on her street. She learns what it means to be an entrepreneur and the basics of business. To expand her service, Rose learns how to market by passing out flyers to her neighbors.

The book shows children it's never too early to start a business and encourages them to think of ideas. It's time to introduce your child to a creative life of entrepreneurship.

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Board Game

The Kid Entrepreneurship board game is designed to teach your kid the process of launching a business.

From creating a business idea to exiting with an IPO, this board game includes many experiences and obstacles an entrepreneur will face during the startup journey. Kids will also learn different milestones a startup achieves such as finding a co-founder, selling your first product/service, receiving funding, and going international.

The Kid Entrepreneurship board game is a great way for you to introduce your child to entrepreneurship in a fun environment.

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