A page from our Tips & Tricks guidebook about how to become Kid Entrepreneur. Here we investigate merchandising, product offering and negotiation within a market stall.
How would you set up your market stand? What would you want to sell? What types of arts and crafts can you make?
Do you know how much you should sell your craft for? What is the lowest price you would want to sell for? Think about what you can buy for the price and that may guide you to having good answers.
A page from our Best Seller Kid Food Explorer. One important step in cooking is using a knife in which Pedro gains this responsibility with parents watching by. Additionally some of the key ingredients used in Mexican cuisine can be seen.
Have you had spicy Mexican food before?
Can you name other common ingredients in Mexican cuisine?
What's the name of the hat Pedro's dad has on?
Yay! Our limited batch shipment has arrived in Australia! Please click on Kid Food Explorer and Tips & Tricks to Become a Kid Entrepreneur to purchase. Be quick otherwise you will have to wait until the next batch.
It's been a great start becoming a Hot New Release, hopefully we can make our first book in the Tips and Tricks series a best seller, like our other books Kid Entrepreneur and Kid Food Explorer. Thank you to those who have supported each of the books!
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We explore the relationship between food, family, heritage and culture. Here's Lucy topping salami on pizza with her Nonna (grandmother in Italian).
Parents and grandparents play a vital role into what we eat, how we eat it and when we eat the foods we eat. It is often the case that we love the foods from our family's cultural backgrounds. In some cultures, getting kids involved with preparing and cooking foods is common and helps to build bonds and relationships between generations.
We would love to hear your stories of how food has made you closer to your family. Please leave your stories in the comments section below.
Kids can easily make their own fun and healthier popsicles or ice blocks. It a great recipe to get kids involved and teach them how to make their own snacks. There's a whole world of food and food culture to explore, start them earlier with this book as inspiration.
Let us know if you have any other simple recipes for children just like this.
One of those countries was France, where there is a big food culture and the cooking skills are of a very high standard. There I got to eat and experience so many French dishes. Even the pizza I thought it was much better than in my home country, Australia.
Another country I have visited is Singapore, where the variety of dishes was amazing and extremely delicious. There were just too many to name.
Additionally I have completed a course in food studies. In this course, I learnt about how to properly set a table for formal events, how I should welcome and wait on dining guest, as well as how to layout recipes. No food course would be without cooking where I learnt to become a better cook.
I loved giving it a go and learning about it. I encourage all kids to explore all about food as it is such a wonderful thing to enjoy.
Here's a picture of me with some chicken fried rice. Thanks so much for reading and let me know your favourite food experiences.
Thank you to our French readers for making Kid Entrepreneur your #2 English book in the Children's Money book subcategory. We are also very appreciate that your language gave us the wonderful word "entrepreneur".
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