In a previous post, we explored the 10 things parents should do to build enterprising teenagers.
At #2 we flagged games that parents could play with their children to introduce them to innovation and business concepts. We reported that parents we had spoken to during the course of our product development research were playing games like “Monopoly” or “Cashflow for Kids” (from RichDad). These parents are using these games to discuss the basics of financial literacy with their children.
Today, we have come across a new board game which aims to spark innovation and entrepreneurship among kids, starting from age 8.
The game features the steps of the entrepreneurial path:
2. Research and Development
Players collect some investment money as they start and go through the hoops of start-up development, learning to make the right decisions and negotiate.
The game is for 4 players and presents a great opportunity for kids to become familiar with business language and concepts. It helps exploring the entrepreneurial mindset.
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