Biz Kid$ 2018 Holiday Gift Guide

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Shopping for the young entrepreneur in your life? We’re here to help. We’ve assembled a number of our favorite gifts for the Biz Kids in your life. Some are products made by young entrepreneurs, and others are gifts perfect for giving to young entrepreneurs. Either way, your choice is sure to educate and inspire.

Compartes Chocolates

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On a recent trip to a well-known clothing retailer, I was pleasantly surprised to see bars of chocolate from Compartes Chocolatier available for sale. Why? We featured the brand on Biz Kids last season! Not only is this gift sweet, but it’s a way to tell the little business maven in your life, “you, too, could make it national.”

How to Turn $100 into $1,000,000

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What better gift than the gift of financial independence?! This book, written by the executive producers of Biz Kid$, is a beautifully designed guide to becoming a millionaire! We’ll let the premise speak for itself:

From the creators of Biz Kid$ and Bill Nye the Science Guy, here is a comprehensive guide for kids to the basics of earning, saving, spending, and investing money. Written in a humorous but informative voice that engages young readers, it’s the book that every parent who wants to raise financially savvy and unspoiled children should buy for their kids. It is packed with lively illustrations to make difficult concepts easy to understand—all as a way of building financial literacy, good decision-making, and the appreciation of a hard-earned dollar.

You can buy it directly from Amazon in both paperback and digital forms.

Man Cans Candles

BBQ-250x355Another Biz Kid product, Man Cans are the brainchild of a young entrepreneur named Hart Main, who was tired of “girly” scented candles filling their home. Since our profile of Hart, the candles have gone national, so you may even be able to pick up a Man Can at your local grocer.

Sporting Sails

SPORTING-SAILS---Windmills.21225544_largeAfter these brothers found an unusual piece of sporting gear in their grandfather’s garage, they decided to launch a line of their own. Their brand, Sporting Sails, upcycles materials into handheld sails for use while skating.