Micro Business for Teens by Carol Topp. Homeschool subjects covered: entrepreneurship, business, math, economics. It includes the following book, which can be purchased serately here. If you'd like to purchase the whole course, see the links below.
Starting a Micro Business is a gold mine of wisdom. It teaches students to brainstorm and evaluate. The second chapter has an extensive list of business ideas. Topics such as avoiding scams, pitfalls, and partnerships are addressed. Teens are taught how to write a detailed business plan and how to finance their business. Lots of encouragement is offered in these seven chapters!
Starting a Micro Business is one of the books in the Micro Business course - I love this course! Micro Business for Teens is a course for homeschool kids who want to take their ideas, talents, and "whatever they have in their hands" and use those to make money. Learn how to quickly and easily start a home-based business with little risk and maintenance, all while learning a lot and earning money. This course is so real! Not only for brilliant, talented kids with lots of start up capital; Micro Business is actually for typical homeschool teens who may feel they have little to offer and are desperate for some income. Written from a Christian perspective, the 3-book set teaches teens how to organize their ideas and how to implement them into an actual money-making business. Throughout the text are inspiring ideas of kids who are actually doing it successfully!
As author Carol Topp says, "This book is very practical. If you want inspiration, it's here in small bites, but primarily this book will be helpful and useful to you. Think of it as getting a CPA's advice for under $20.00!"
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