Mia started making Power Pony when she was just five years old. A horse enthusiast, this young lady always wants to ride a horse, so she invented one that she could ride anytime! Imagined by Kids for Kids and built to ride like a real horse. Your handcrafted Power Pony is powered by our patent pending ZüME
Being an entrepreneur is not only about starting a business. It’s also about having the mindset of an entrepreneur, which can be taught to kids at any age. There are many ways you as a parent can help your child better understand business or start on their journey to success using their hobbies as starter
We are so excited to share this interview with a young but mighty 5-year-old kidpreneur whose enthusiasm and positivity is infectious. Justyn Boumah is a Multi-Award Winning International African American Author and CEO of the Traveling Toddler and the 501c3 organization Heroes and Hearts, where he utilizes his talents and creativity to empower underserved communities.
So, maybe you don’t exactly agree that chores are awesome. Perhaps you’ve grumbled one too many times when your parents have asked you to take out the garbage or pull weeds. Maybe you’ve wondered why you need to do these chores anyways and what you are even really learning. Well, you’re not alone if you’ve
If you weren’t paying close attention, you could think that entrepreneurs seem to be put into one of two categories: those that hustle and grind 24/7 and those that are lazy and unsuccessful. Why is there no in between? Obviously those are both examples of extremes that are used to highlight different styles of business
The world has seen, again and again, what kids can achieve when they put their minds and hearts towards a cause they believe in. This is one of the reasons we wrote our book, “Kidpreneurs: Young Entrepreneurs with Big Ideas!” We believe that every child has the right to pursue any dream they wish, while
Podcasts seem to be all the rage lately especially when you consider the fact that so many families and kids have found themselves seeking creative options for things to do during a global pandemic. It makes sense, given that podcasts are easy to access on most any streaming platform, are usually free to listen
Kidpreneurs have the opportunity to gain incredible life skills through planning, launching, and growing their own business. Research proves that children introduced to concepts like entrepreneurship and financial literacy can be more confident and responsible as adults. Also, Kidpreneurs can strengthen their relationship skills and see their business as a means to express their creative
Jacob is back with another awesome interview on the Kidpreneurs Talk Show. This time, he’s talking with Kayla, Keagan and Ashley, the founders of Kid Everest, a funding site for kid businesses. These sisters and business partners are worth listening to! Check out the interview below.