Lemonade Alley for Youth Groups, Teachers & Schools
The Lemonade Alley® System is a project-based experience that is used in after school programs and inside the classroom.
Workbook & Teacher’s Guide
BizGym Foundation publishes a customizable curriculum system at Amazon.com. This system can be done in a day, weekend, week long camp or through a semester. Suitable for students grades K-12, workbooks feature embedded leadership training, how to build a business, be food safe and how to think big. Contents include:
- Build a Team
- Create a Big Idea
- Invent a Product
- Make a 1-Page Business Plan
- Create a Store
- Perfect Your Process
- Make Your Marketing
- Create Your Pitch
- Test, Tweak & Tweet
For more, see Entrepreneurial Workbook Curriculum »
Hawaii DOE Video
The Hawaii Department of Education also provides the following resource video on use of Lemonade Alley in school environments:
By Hawaii Department of Education, See Teacher’s Lemonade Alley Video »
Your Own Lemonade Alley Event
You can run your own Lemonade Alley at your school location. Schools and organizations are invited to use the program so long as your use is legal, in good taste, you don’t harm the brand and you operate within the Lemonade Alley license agreement. Here’s how to get started:
- Register a New Lemonade Alley Event. Inaugurate a Lemonade Alley of your own by signing up at Startup an Event »
- Form Teams. Create teams of 2-5 students in three grade divisions: K-4, 5-8 & 9-12. Mixed-age teams compete in the oldest member’s division. Teams can come from your class, school, companies, nonprofits, youth groups or via friends & family.
- Select Charities. Find a nonprofit organization to raise money for (it can be your own school or youth organization), let the kids choose their own charity, combine a number of charities, or donate to Lemonade Alley.
- Register a Lemonade Alley License. Lemonade Alley® System comes in three challenge levels. We recommend starting with the simplest version and building your event over time into larger, more complex events.
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