Lessons from Lemonade Project Year 2

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A lemonade stand is far more than just a way to sell some lemonade and guilt adults into buying some (even if they are not thirsty) because you are a cute kid. Real life lessons abound when undertaking a lemonade stand project and here is just one installment in that journey from Jean Latting's Blog

In previous posts, I described the lessons in integrity, self-regulation, and deferred gratification that Morgan, my seven-year-old granddaughter, is learning. She is developing these internal motivators through her participation in National Lemonade Day, a national event designed to teach children entrepreneurial skills and help them develop positive character traits. ...

So far this year, she is learning the value of self-regulation, deferred gratification, and thrift.

Read the full post on Jean Latting's Blog



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