Introduction to Earning Activities:

• Discuss giving back

• Discuss charities, research types and amounts they give vs. keep

• Conduct product research, evaluate market

• Learn about and create prototypes

• Learn about product assembly roles and responsibilities

• Apply for roles, earn wages

• Create and prepare product supply

• Discuss marketing/advertising

• Plan and prepare stock for sale; sell goods

• Discuss profits and cost of goods sold

• Donate proceeds to charity, discuss giving back and sharing in the community

Also includes:

• Business Goals worksheet

• Job Application worksheet

• Market Research worksheet

• Product Brainstorm worksheet

• Product Criteria worksheet

• Marketing Planning worksheet

• Lifestyle Choices worksheet

• Insurance Order form

• Student Investment worksheet

• 9 Powerpoint presentations for discussion and facilitation


Introduction to Entrepreneurship class project kit            $35

Grades 6-12

Duration of Project

Project: 8-10 weeks (or as desired)

Intro to Entrepreneurship Kit Details

Key Learnings:

• Teamwork, common goals

• Personal responsibility

• Community/Philanthropy

• Assembly-line; product creation

• Earning, spending, saving, giving

Page samples of curriculum guide

Our app or desktop version is used to track tasks and earnings. (Compatible with Mac, PC, iPads, iPhone and tablets - please contact us to receive the desktop version.)

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Class is introduced to the concept of entrepreneurship. Students will be able to evaluate a market, survey a market and determine viable business ideas. Teams will brainstorm ideas, create prototypes and write and deliver Shark Tank pitches to mock investors in order to secure business investment as part of a class competition and simulation. Students will individually have to evaluate their own skills, apply for jobs within their teams, earn wages based on their work, and make real world decisions such as buying insurance, paying bills, and planning for unforeseen expenses. Individuals will also make investment decisions that will determine how they rank against classmates.