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Put kids' brains and bodies in motion. Children learn responsibility and independence while flexing their writing and creative thinking skills.
With your family, think about what kind of business you could start. Be creative! You might walk dogs or take in mail for neighbors. Or, if you're good at a skill, such as the computer or reading to younger kids, offer those services. Think of a fitting name for your business.
To make your own business cards, cut construction paper into business cards with Crayola® Scissors.
Design a background and logo on your cards with Crayola Erasable Colored Pencils.
Write important information on your cards including your name, your business name, and what you do.
Always ask your parents before you give out your cards, and only give them to people you know.
Let's make something!
Make your own travel journal, diary, or even autobiography. Create a cool blank book to fill with your sketches, stories
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