Making summer fun to teach your kids life lessons
(BPT) - Ah, the hot days of summer when a neighborhood lemonade stand is the perfect place to buy – or sell – a cold, refreshing drink. While a lemonade stand is a classic summer activity for kids and their parents, it’s also a great way to help teach children about earning money, building community and expressing creativity.
To set a lemonade stand apart and attract neighborhood attention, kids can have the opportunity to show off their personalities and have fun personalizing their “business.” One example is to offer a sweet and creamy beverage just for adults to enjoy, like International Delight Iced Coffee. After all, they deserve a summer treat too.
Lifestyle blogger, Kim Stoegbauer of The TomKat Studio, has teamed with International Delight to create a simple guide parents can download to help their kids punch up their lemonade stands. It includes tips and free printables – even a drink calculator to help determine how many drinks you should make for the number of people you expect. Find it at http://www.internationaldelight.com/summer. Parents can also try these five creative tips to make their booth stand out above the rest.
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