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Entrepreneurship is a unit about big dreams, even bigger faith, and the perseverance needed to walk in your calling. Read the inspirational, motivational stories of 20 different entrepreneurs throughout history who have taken risks and learned hard lessons that led to some incredible rewards, often not only for them, but for others. Start each day with a devotional and finish off your lesson with the kingdom-minded business corner where Rebecca shares insider stories of what it means to sign your business over to God. Middle and High schoolers will tackle some difficult topics with the edgy ethics corner where they will dive into black and white and the sea of grey in between. With opportunities for rich discussion and incredible history, this unit is most likely not what you are expecting. In fact, we are so certain that you are going to love it that we have put together a one day free sample. Try it out with your family and see what you think HERE!
The unit project for Entrepreneurship is to make your own business. Pre-reader students join in the fun by helping Mike and Molly Mouse make good business decisions. Older students will be learning about creating a business plan, market research, legal concerns, and so much more! Our notebooking for this unit is quite different, focusing on personal reflection rather than taking traditional "notes".
The goal behind this unit is not necessarily information, it is adopting a kingdom-minded growth mindset, finding your vision, your drive, and dreaming even bigger dreams than you could possibly imagine. Whether you apply these things to a business or life in general, the principles and character focus on this month will be worth every moment.
What to buy? You will need to purchase a physical workbook for each child as well as a Teacher's Guide for yourself. The Teacher's Guides contain all the actual teaching, they are not just for answers, so they are critical to your lessons. Printed books are printed on 32lb. paper and are shipped to you coil-bound.
How long are units designed to last? Each unit is designed to be 4-5 weeks. Our main units and most of our mini units include 20 lessons and can be done as a 4-day school week (lasting 5 weeks) or a 5-day school week (lasting 4 weeks) to offer flexibility. You're in control! Set a schedule that works best for your family and your pace will dictate how quickly you complete any given unit.
Teacher's Guide: 134 pages
Pre-Reader: 60 pages
Early Reader: 134 pages
Early Elementary: 134 pages
Upper Elementary: 134 pages
Middle School: 130 pages
High School: 134 pages