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lessonFV: Win-Win Focus

The Youth Entrepreneurs value “Be principled” teaches students integrity, respect and toleration. Approaching life and work with principles leads to long-term success. In …

videoHow

Discover practical ways to integrate the Foundational Value Win-Win into your Youth Entrepreneurs activities. …

videoWhy

Understand why Foundational Value Win-Win is key both inside and outside the classroom for your students. …

videoWhat

At Youth Entrepreneurs, the principles that guide behavior are called Foundational Values. These YE values are central to our curriculum and significant in helping our student…

videoDebrief

The Paper Airplanes Game helps students learn concepts like scarcity, opportunity cost and competition. And it’s a chance to coach students in the Foundational Values of sou…

lessonThree-Legged Stool

In this lesson students will learn about the three-legged stool. The three-legged stool is an analogy for three things all businesses need to sustain long-term success. All bu…

lessonNegotiating Game

Negotiating skills can be important to the success in the marketplace of business owners and consumers.  In The Negotiating Game students will engage in buying and selling, m…

lessonPIT – Just the Basics

Pit is a fast-paced card game designed to simulate open outcry bidding for commodities. We use the game as a way for students to learn about trade and simple negotia…

lessonTennis Ball Factory

This experiment uses student participation to teach the concept of diminishing marginal returns. Students are told they will be the employees in a widget factory. Th…

lessonMoney Bowl

Money Bowl provides an applicable example of greed while exploring the effects of communication and trust within a group.

lessonTowers

Towers is a game that demonstrates the importance of both doing business profitably and also doing it “the right way.” After completing Towers, students better u…

lesson10 Economic Principles

Youth Entrepreneurs follows ten economic principles that we believe are crucial for students to understand in pursuing their entrepreneurial ventures. In tandem with our Found…

lessonCowboy Inkblot and Find the Numbers

This lesson is all about vision and sharing knowledge. It is important that any group, organization or business communicates their vision, has a shared vision, and s…

lessonGoing Bananas

This lesson will help your students understand how markets work by engaging them in an activity where the price of a product is determined by buyers and sellers voluntarily tr…

lessonZoom

Zoom illustrates the costs and barriers to exchanging needed knowledge and information in a fun, interactive way.

lessonLego COGS Activity

The Lego Cost of Goods Sold Activity provides students the opportunity to calculate the cost of goods sold for a prototype they designed. The activity also allows students to …

lessonTicket Out

There are many strategies for checking for student understanding of class material. One quick, easy and effective strategy is the “ticket out the door”. Students need to r…

lessonBack of the Napkin

Hands on activities are crucial for learning in the Youth Entrepreneurs classroom. Most students learn values and concepts through experience better than through lecture. Back…

lessonHuman Treasure Hunt

This is an activity to help your students get to know one another better and practice their soft skills.

lessonMarshmallow Towers

Marshmallow Towers is an activity that allows your students to gain a basic understanding of different business structures. Students, working in groups, are randomly…

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