Micro Business for Teens Package

Micro Business for Teens Package

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Grades: 8-12

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So your teenager has an idea for a business--where do you start? Let Micro Business for Teens spell it all out! The easy to follow, step-by-step format and practical, provocative questions lead the way while considering the daily life of a teenager.

Starting a Micro Business begins by telling you that a micro business is smaller than a small business. There is typically only one employee - your teen. Kids will learn how to find an idea, write a business plan, determine need, spot problems, set prices, consider start-up costs and learn how to keep motivated.

Running a Micro Business gets into more detail like how to sell, getting paid, online options, marketing, customer service, record keeping, accounting basics, name and licensing, tax ID number and time management.

Money and Taxes in a Micro Business answers the next question a micro business bring up which is, "Now what do I do?" Teens learn about income statements, balance sheets, cash flow, deciding whether to continue, measuring success, Federal taxes and the IRS, more taxes and the possibility of hiring help.

Micro Business for Teen Workbook: This consumable workbook follows all three books and includes lots of charts and lists to help kids choose and manage their business. Unlike a regular notebook, the workbook asks a lot of questions and really gets your student thinking in a logical, methodical way about what they are getting into.

Set: Includes the three books plus the workbook. This would be a great gift for your budding entrepreneur or any student interested in business. Pb ~ Sara




Primary Subject
History/Geography
Grade Start
8
Grade End
12
Format
Product Bundle
Brand Name
Ambassador Publishing
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I feel that in today's world we all need multiple streams of income. This curriculum appeals to me because it breaks down the material into manageable tasks while encouraging the student to examine themselves and their potential to be an entrepreneur.
Linda J on Sep 3, 2020
For my oldest student wanting to increase his lawn care business.
User on Apr 15, 2020
I feel that in today's world we all need multiple streams of income. This curriculum appeals to me because it breaks down the material into manageable tasks while encouraging the student to examine themselves and their potential to be an entrepreneur.
Linda J on Sep 3, 2020
I have two children entering high school next year and this will be an elective for 1st semester. They are both interested in starting some type of small business
Rachel G on Jul 10, 2020
For my oldest student wanting to increase his lawn care business.
User on Apr 15, 2020
My daughter would like to have her own business.
Tia B on Feb 27, 2019
Looked like it would be beneficial for my teen starting her own business.
Paul P on Jun 26, 2017
Part of the requirement for the Homeschool High School Business Diploma
Frances Womack on Mar 2, 2017
My son wants to start a Micro Business and these books look like a good resource, at a great price.
Mary G on Feb 9, 2017
For entrepreneur club
Lisa C on Oct 13, 2016
My sons are starting their own micro business and I thought this would be very helpful for them.
Melissa L on Aug 1, 2016
I have 2 teens (15 & 17 yo.) who have already started micro-businesses. One is just starting, but I believe both could benefit from insights and info in these books.
Karen on Oct 7, 2015
I have two children entering high school next year and this will be an elective for 1st semester. They are both interested in starting some type of small business
Rachel G on Jul 10, 2020
My daughter would like to have her own business.
Tia B on Feb 27, 2019
Does this curriculum count towards a school math credit?
Sarah on Jun 29, 2020
BEST ANSWER: I would not count it toward a math credit. There is a light introduction to the accounting needed and profit/loss calculations for a micro business but not nearly enough to consider it business math. This curriculum walks the student through the process of choosing and developing an idea for a micro business into an actual plan. I categorized it as an elective with a business subheading.
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Inspire your teen
Bought these books for my 10th grader. He was able to move through them quickly. We enjoyed reading the stories of teens who started their own micro business. My son already had his own micro business going so it helped him to get some more ideas and learn some valuable lessons before learning the hard way. We didn't use the workbook all that much but it was helpful from time to time. The books are easy to understand, helps teens get an organized business plan together and gives guidance on partnerships, taxes, debt, etc. Every teen should probably read this series. It may inspire them to be productive and creative.
June 22, 2016
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