Kid Start-Up: How You Can Become an Entrepreneur
ISBN: 1635764726
EAN13: 9781635764727
Language: English
Release Date: Aug 14, 2018
Pages: 80
Weight: 1.113334 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

A ready resource for business-savvy youngsters. - Booklist

The best way to predict the future is to invent it. --Mark Cuban, How to Win at the Sport of Business

Discover a winning idea, launch your business, and start making money today

Do you think it would be cool to run your own business?
Do you want to help people with everyday problems?
Do you want to make money?

Then you could be an entrepreneur

You don't have to be a grownup to launch your start-up. We'll show you how to discover a great business idea and get it off the ground. You can try one of our ten kid-friendly businesses, including timeless ventures like starting a lemonade stand to more modern-day endeavors like launching an Etsy art store, or create your own. Because every billionaire was once a kid with great ideas--just like you

Business 101--simple, with a good measure of excitement and motivational verve. --Kirkus

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   Not Much Content
Good for basic info, but pretty light on content. I purchase another book in the same category. Also, links were not good. For example, there was a link for creating a flyer for your business.
   Game Changer for Kids Craving More
Kid Start Up is useful, easy to follow and packed with informative info that even adult entrepreneurs can use. The book has a really conversational tone, so that kids can actually get through it without falling asleep, but the lessons they present are pretty prophetic for all. Here are some examples : Hustle is a bit of a Hustle. Expecting hand outs? Then do the work. Just start : Stop business plans on page 200. Having something casually isn 't enough. Honestly, a lot of adults I know need to be slapped with this book over the head. Our kids loved it too and have plans to start their next business.
   This is a really good book.
My grandson is a small businessman. He read this right and refers to it. He is 9 years old and has a pretend corporation with 15 divisions as of now. He has business stations all over the house, prints advertising, coupons, announces events.
   Excellent and Enjoyable Opportunity for Learning for Young Children
I received this for my 7 year old granddaughter, who had never really thought of the concepts, but when she read it, she took off!! She has big plans, which her homeschooling mother plans to support her in completing. Putting these concepts early in the minds of children is a wonderful idea that they can build up later as they learn.
   Kids started making signs for the lemonade stand )))
After flipping through this book my kids started pulling our cardboard boxes and making signs for their lemonade stand. They also started thinking and analyzing how many people pass through the house on a daily basis, and if at least half of them bought the water bottles, how much profit they would rake. As a parent, I don 't want to raise men with a mindset for a 9-5 job, but to offer a wide array of opportunities for their futures, and if they choose the 9-5 job, at least they knew what their options were.
   A must for teachers of younger students!
This book is a must for any teacher as an elementary school teacher! In addition to teaching reading, writing and arithmetic, we are tasked with teaching 21st century skills - creativity, grit, collaboration, etc. This book does exactly! Most books on this topic are meant for adults, but this includes diagrams, pictures, interactive activities and children's interviews. I will order a class set for my students so that they can all learn to become entrepreneurs!
   Skills like identifying business opportunities
Skills like identifying business opportunities, product placement and pricing strategies take time to develop. But the earlier in life, you start developing these skills the better. My daughter felt inspired by the other children of her age to make money and start businesses and got some great ideas on how to get involved from the tutorials. She is now working on her next venture, one step closer to being a millionaire! Highly recommended :