Teaching Kids Entrepreneurship

James Ruesch

According to Katherine Lee, a school-age children expert, by the age of 8, a kid starts to figure out the world, who he is, what he wants, and begins to take more responsibilities and routines. This stage opens up his mind, giving him a need to contribute to family chores. Thus, let your kid explore the world and develop his skills in entrepreneurship by letting him choose from these micro-business ideas that are fun to do and suitable for children aged 8 and above.

For ages 14 years old and above

Business skills that can be developed: Communication, Responsibility, Professionalism, Time Management

Virtual Assistant

Contact small business owners who are too busy growing their own businesses and office workers who have a lot of paper works to hire you as an assistant. You can do some of their minor tasks, such as checking e-mails, organizing schedules, and writing reports…

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