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30 thoughts on “{Raising Entrepreneurs} Bizainy™ – Hands on Business Fun #12WeeksGiving”

  1. My kids have talked about doing a lemonade stand in the yard a few times before, but that is as close to being an entrepreneur as they have come 🙂

  2. This sounds like a really great way to teach kids about helping others. I remember doing bake sales when I was a kid to raise money for different charities.

  3. How awesome! My oldest has a heart for creating his own business. I would love spread the determination to my other boys 😀

  4. Kids can really have a lot of unique ideas and getting their inputs really helps. A bake sale is something they could really be involved in.

  5. Very cool! It’s been a really long time since I’ve been to a bake sale. I feel like charity bake sales make the treats taste even better 🙂

  6. I love that it is helping to teach children how to be entrepreneurs! All keeps should have the opportunity to be exposed to entrepreneurship!

  7. I love that this is teaching children how to have their own business. I wish I could have had something like this as a child.

  8. WoW this is such a great and cute idea. Kids running their own charity bake sale is a great idea, I’m sure they’ll love it.

  9. Sounds like a great way to teach kids about giving. Normally all of our giving is through our church and mission needs.

  10. I think it’s great to get kids thinking in terms of their own business. I’m sure they would receive better results from their charity bake sale.

  11. This is a great way to help your kids learn about helping others. My kids did a lemonade stand when they were younger.

  12. This is cool! Such a great idea. Such a fun and great way to teach your kids about helping other people!

  13. Very cool… we didn’t have this when I was little. I actually use to make bracelets and necklaces, and sold them to friends. My dad thought it was pretty cool. My son is trying stuff with online gaming and selling spots on his server… it’s amazing to see him want to grasp that entrepreneurial spirit.

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