Teaching Resources: Entrepreneurship
A study by Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation on economic development in Arkansas recommended that we grow we our own businesses. For almost 20 years, the Moore Center has been planting seeds of understanding that have resulted in many exciting programs and the development of a curriculum for upper elementary and middle school students in Arkansas.
Learn about entrepreneurship, cost of production, profit and loss through this creative business simulation.
Entrepreneurship: Arkansas Style -- Arkansas teachers wrote these lessons that feature Arkansas entrepreneurs and utilize Arkansas resources. This curriculum includes nine activities and sample business plans for students ages nine to twenty. Use the lesson on The Entrepreneur Next Door and Profile – Arkansas Entrepreneurs to teach your students to profile entrepreneurs from your region. Submit them to the Moore Center for inclusion on the Arkansas Entrepreneur Case Studies page.
Supporting Documents for Entrepreneurship: Arkansas Style
- Chapter 1: Profile - Arkansas Entrepreneurs
- Chapter 2: Hog Wild about Entrepreneurship - Join Our Team
- Chapter 3: The Entrepreneur - Recognizing Market Opportunities
- Chapter 4: The Entrepreneur Next Door
- Chapter 5: Survey the Market - Do Consumers Want Your Product
- Chapter 6: Lemonade Anyone - How Much Is Demanded
- Chapter 7: Lemonade for Sale - How Much to Supply
- Chapter 8: Arkansas Diamond in the Rough Production
- Chapter 9: Finance Fun Lesson
Mr. Sam Lesson and Activity
Field Trip to Walton Five and Dime
Arkansas Entrepreneur Case Studies: Dog Party USA
Live Binder for ALE Entrepreneurship Education