Introduction

 

Thank you for visiting our site and showing an interest in teaching kids about business. We recognize teachers are looking for teaching aids to enhance lessons and engage kids in interesting activities. Please enjoy our site, share it with your students and your colleagues. We do not have sponsorship or advertising on our site and we do not collect personal information or sell any type of contact information on visitors to our site.  We appreciate your interest in our programming and your comments.

We have created many business preparation programs to provide you with resources for your classes. Many of the resources are free and developed to be shared with kids k-12. The concepts can be related to various ages groups as kids will  interpret and work with concepts at different levels. 

Although our website pages are are copyright protected, we grant teachers the approval to copy materials and use them in a class setting.  Our materials are not intended for resale.

The goal of our resources is to help kids prepare for their business futures which includes careers in a business and entrepreneurial careers.

Hopefully you can integrate some of this programming in your class or encourage kids and parents to spend some time on this subject matter at home.

We do not allow advertising on our site and we do not collect personal contact information on kids. The commercial components of this site are only products we develop as educational business preparation programming and sell to fund the development of our programming and the operation of the site.

Teachers have helped us develop our programming. We appreciate your comments and a quick e-mail on how you used our programming or suggestions on creating new programs or changes to existing programs.

Contatct Us with your needs and comments

Links to our programming:

Welcome to our site - introduction to business by the founder of TeachingKidsBusiness.com

How To Get Kids Interested In Business is a simple activity to get kids thinking about and gaining a business experience

Business Course 101

Curriculum plan to cover business introduction and skill develooopment.

Resumes

A good starting point for kids is to consider their skills, experience and interests and to begin to think about and plan for their futures.

Lemonade Stand Program - Great way to introduce kids to business by providing a business case kids are very familiar with.

Games  - Games are always a good way to engage kids in playing around with something and learning at the same time.

Business Basics - This is a good introduction to many areas of business.

Entrepreneurship Program - Good way to introduce kids to entrepreneurship, help kids understand if they are entrepreneurial and give them a framework to develop a entrepreneurial idea.

How To Start Your Own Business - Great tool for kids to start thinking about business. Helps kids create a business of their own.

 

The Kids' Guide To Business - This is our book to help prepare and launch kids into business.

Resource Center - These are the tools or resources we offer to help kids develop skills to prepare themselves for business.    

Business Encounters - These are the opportunities we have created for kids to gain valuable experience. 

Community Involvement - This is the section where we ask people to help teach kids business. We provide ideas to get your community involved in business education. We are developing a component for kids to earn community service time.

The Gift Of Business For Kids - This is a concept we have developed to get people thinking of treating kids with a gift of business.

Contact Us Please take a moment to provide us with your comments on what you think of the programming, how it helped you, how it could be improved and ideas for additional programming.

Background Information:

What - we are a social venture providing online programming to introduce kids to business. We are focused on kids under 18 years of age with our main users 5 to 14 years of age.

Why - we feel kids need more preparation for business and careers. We believe there is a need to provide kids with access to information on business preparation.

How - we offer free online programming to introduce kids to activities to develop skills in our (resource center). We create opportunities for kids to get valuable experience (business encounters) and we encourage communities to participate (community involvement).

Where - as an online resource we compile input worldwide and provide our services 24/7/365. Our development is managed in North America and we are currently limited to the English language.

Please see our Info Center for more information.