Entrepreneurship Create Your Own Business by Alex Kahan
  

Entrepreneurship Create Your Own Business

Written by Alex Kahan
Illustrated by Mike Crosier
Part of the Build it Yourself Series

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Entrepreneurship Create Your Own Business by Alex Kahan

From the early days of traders and trappers to today's global online marketplace, business is the glue that holds our world together. In Entrepreneurship: Create Your Own Business, children learn what it takes to transform a great idea into their own new business. Through plenty of hands-on activities, art and history meet economics and math while young readers gain a solid understanding of how a business works. Kids use familiar resources to develop a business idea of their own, create a presentation for potential investors, and utilize basic cost and price analysis worksheets. The skills they learn by writing a business plan, creating a prototype of an item to sell, designing packaging, and finding ways to advertise their products translate into language, math, and problem-solving skills that are relevant across all subjects. Cartoon illustrations, fun facts, and interviews with successful entrepreneurs make Entrepreneurship entertaining and informative. Supplemental materials include a glossary, list of resources, and an index. Entrepreneurship meets common core state standards in language arts for reading informational text and literary nonfiction; Guided Reading Levels and Lexile measurements indicate grade level and text complexity.

Reviews

Entrepreneurship: Create Your Own Business with 25 Projects Old Schoolhouse Magazine ... just the inspiration and motivation we needed... Entrepreneurship is a great resource for business-minded kiddos who are interested in starting a business of their own--from walking dogs to selling handmade items and more. Booklist This book's intent is to not only inspire young business-minded readers to think about future career options but to compel them to make themselves into entrepreneurs now. This book is a great tool kit for young readers who want to practice the skills required for success in business. Bookloons Excellent book for children ten years of age and older on how to create a small business. Illustration help explain the various elements of the process plus there are fun facts and vocabulary. Hands on activities are good too. Worth buying... Jennifer Schulze, MSEd, Reading Specialist Instructor, Western Oregon University Kahan packs a ton of great information into a supportive format that takes readers from the background of business and entrepreneurship to creating, managing, selling, and looking to the future of their own businesses. The text is easy to read and understand, and contains wonderfully rich vocabulary. Marla Conn, educational consultant I LOVE the life lessons and strategies presented in Entrepreneurship. This title gets kids ready for college and career. It says, 'What do you want to be when you grow up? Now read, think, apply, write, and do something about it!

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-centered book while they identify their own passions to drive their business objectives. Kristen Goulet, fifth grade teacher This book for kids is full of historical references and facts and creative, fun ideas. It will entice any kid! Provides a great platform for teaching time management and long-term goal setting. Cities: Discover How They Work Booklist Propounding the emerging interdisciplinary paradigm of STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and design, and mathematics), this hands-on informational book discusses how cities

-friendly text, and fun hands-on experiments suitable for home and classroom, Reilly helps foster an appreciation for the way that cities function almost as organisms with vibrant systems and interdependent structures. Robotics: Discover the Science and Technology of the Future with 20 Projects Publisher's Weekly Ceceri's cartoon-illustrated activity book, an addition to the Build It Yourself series, introduces readers to robotics, with information on its history, different robot technologies, and the evolution of the field... Light in tone but dense with information, this guide should appeal to those who already have a strong interest in the topic and are ready for a hands-on challenge. Bridges and Tunnels: Investigate Feats of Engineering with 25 Projects Winner of a 2012 Gold Moonbeam Award Backyard Biology: Investigate Habitats Outside Your Door With 25 Projects School Library Journal This resource guide contains a wealth of information and challenging activities for budding scientists.

About the Author

Alex Kahan is the co-founder and president of Nomad Press. As a successful entrepreneur for over 30 years, he has established several companies across the diverse fields of marketing, publishing, manufacturing, and sports. Alex lives in Norwich, Vermont. Mike Crosier holds an MFA from the Center for Cartoon Studies. He lives in White River Junction, Vermont.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
128 pages
Interest Age: From 9

Author

Alex Kahan
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Publisher

Nomad Press

Publication date

27th November 2014

ISBN

9781619302655


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