We can only cover so much material in our program. For all Start-Up Kids, parents, and others who want to go above and beyond, and explore entrepreneurship further, here is a list of publicly available resources. For all others who are actively involved in a Start-Up Kids program, there is a restricted access area where we host our proprietary materials.
OPEN ACCESS RESOURCES
Books for children
Bean, R. (2014). Benji Franklin. Kid Zillionaire
Bean, R. (2014). Benji Franklin. Kid Zillionaire: Building Wealth and Super-Powered Rockets
Bean, R. (2014). Benji Franklin. Kid Zillionaire: Saving Money
Bean, R. (2014). Benji Franklin. Kid Zillionaire: Money Troubles
Beaty, A. (2013). Rosie Revere. Engineer.
Beaty, A. (2007). Iggy Peck. Architect
Demuth, P. B. (2013). Who is Bill Gates?
Frith, M. (2005). Who was Thomas Alva Edison?
Holub, J. (2007). Who was Marco Polo?
Medina, N. (2015). Who was Jacques Cousteau?
Pollack, P. & Belviso, M. (2012). Who was Steve Jobs?
Pollack, P. & Hammond, T. (2014). Who is George Lucas?
Smith, K. (2010). Mess. The Manual of Accidents and Mistakes.
Smith, K. (2011). Finish This Book.
Smith, K. (2008). How to be an Explorer of the World.
Spires, A. (2014). The Most Magnificient Thing.
Stewart, W. (2009). Who was Walt Disney?
Yamada, K. (2014). What do you do with an idea?
Books for Parents
- Dweck, C. S. (2006). Mindset. The New Psychology of Success
- Robinson, Ken (2009). The Element: How Finding Your Passion Changes Everything.
- Toren, A. and Toren M. (200x). Kidpreneurs. Young entrepreneurs with big ideas.
- Yang, A. (2014). Smart People Should Build Things.
- 6 Ways to Help Your Kid Start a Business
- 7 Entrepreneurial Traits to Treat Your Child
- 8 Entrepreneurial Skills You Should Teach Your Kids (Infographic)
- How to raise an entrepreneur (WSJ)
- How to turn your child into an entrepreneur
- Study: Rich Kids 10 times as likely to become inventors , creating 'lost Einsteins'
- Meet the New Bosses: How These Entrepreneurs under 20 are Changing Industries
- How This 13-Year-Old Entrepreneur Built a Multi-Million Dollar Candy Company