Kid Entrepreneurship - Business Launch Plan (3rd-5th grade)

K I D E N T R E P R E N E U R S H I P . C O M
Rating: 4.5 out of 5 (198 ratings)
4,517 students
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Define who is an entrepreneur.
Demonstrate how entrepreneurs think of business ideas.

Requirements

  • This course has no requirements.

Description

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Our entrepreneurship programs teach students the 21st-century skills they’ll need to succeed in the world’s changing economy.

Through story-based learning, your students will learn how to survive as an entrepreneur.


16 Day Online Program

Here are just some of the skills students will learn:

  • How to identify opportunities in the marketplace.

  • How to differentiate your product/service.

  • How to develop a target market.

  • How to develop a marketing strategy.

  • How to identify costs and develop pricing.

  • How to develop a business model.

  • How to present a business idea to an audience.

  • And much more….


Who this course is for:

  • 3rd-5th grade students.

Course content

16 sections • 78 lectures • 1h 20m total length
  • Message to Udemy Users from KidEntrepreneurship.com
    00:11
  • Dwight the Light Bulb
    01:09
  • Copyright © 2019
    00:11
  • Introduction
    00:16

Instructor

Introducing kids to a creative life of entrepreneurship.
KidEntrepreneurship.com LLC
  • 4.3 Instructor Rating
  • 218 Reviews
  • 5,786 Students
  • 2 Courses

KidEntrepreneurship. com teaches your student how to start their own business. From idea to launch, your student will learn business fundamentals, who are entrepreneurs, where ideas come from, how to create value, how to form a team, and how to sell to customers.

We narrow down on a child’s passions to help create their business idea. Whether it’s a passion for sports, dancing, reading, camping, or video games, it’s important to show a child how all these activities can be connected to a business. Who makes the baseball and basketballs? Who binds the books? Who creates the video games? KidEntrepreneurship .com embraces all passions to nurture a diverse range of potential ideas. We welcome children who already have a business idea, however, it’s not required to enroll.