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Develop Marketing Skills in Children.

We are living in a world where everything involves marketing. Exposing children to such skills at an early age allows them to develop their imagination and creativity. The following resources give detailed ways to teach marketing to students. Students will also be exposed to practical ways in which they can promote products using television or radio commercials.
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Develop Marketing Skills in Children.
  • Suzzanne McLean says:
    This presentation is a simple overview of the positives of teaching marketing to students. Two graphic designers volunteered their time to teach marketing to sixth graders. Positive results came out from this activity. Children can be taught these skills and start applying in their everyday lives, so that when students are adults; then, they will not be strangers to that field. Teachers may get volunteers to speak about marketing to students and make them aware of what is marketing.
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    teachingkidsbusiness.com
    teachingkidsbusiness.com
    Suzzanne McLean says:
    Teachers may inform themselves of the different aspects of marketing. This website gives a simple and concise content about marketing. Exposing students to such content makes them see the relevance of attending school.
  • Suzzanne McLean says:
    Educators can teach marketing in interesting and exciting ways for students. This article outlines the different ways in which marketing may be taught. Some of these are: jingle making, making commercials and recording radio promotions.
  • Suzzanne McLean says:
    The lesson plan on this website outlines the different activities for teaching marketing plan. Students will learn about the strategies of marketing for their impact on individuals and businesses. The teacher may tweak the lesson plan to the needs of the students.
  • Suzzanne McLean says:
    It is very important to teach marketing to students as shown in this article. Many times, we are quick at inviting doctors, scientists and lawyers to schools to motivate students to pursue these careers. However, marketers sometimes are overlooked. Teachers are encouraged to invite marketers to stimulate students’ interest in marketing. When children are aware of the creativity and imagination that can be had from marketing; then, it will have positive effects on the students' life.
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