Business Board Games
Ages 8 to adult
A Unique Bundle of 3 Educational Games for Business, Entrepreneurship, and Accounting
Entrepreneur Board Game
A unique board game designed specifically for gaining business ownership skills in a fun, educational context. Includes optional accounting activities. For ages 12 to adult.
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All games are designed specifically for learning and include the supplemental resources shown below. Suitable for youth and adults.
Entrepreneur Business Simulation
A realistic small business startup and operations simulation. Start with a lemonade stand, level up to a kiosk, food truck, and full business. This is the GoVenture Entrepreneur Advanced online software simulation. You will have an instructor account with the ability to play as one student for a limited time. This allows you to host a group activity with students where you can play the simulation on a big screen (or share your screen if playing on a webinar). While playing, encourage students to advise you on the best decisions to make for the business. Explain and discuss the various decisions as you make them. This is an engaging and high-impact learning activity — more about Group Events
Printable worksheets that students can use to practice accounting while running their food truck business. Includes General Journal, General Ledger, Income Statement, and Balance Sheet. Provided as Adobe PDF. View Worksheets (PDF)
Business Superhero Book
Helps students learn the fundamental concepts of business and entrepreneurship. The 200-page book is easy to read with large text and lots of examples to make fundamental business concepts easy to understand. Students can use it as a reference for topics they need help with, or read it from cover to cover to gain practical business wisdom. Provided as Adobe PDF.
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Lessons and Activities
Over 50 lesson plans and activities designed to bring business education alive in the classroom. Every key decision a business owner needs to make in starting and running a business is addressed. Glossary included. Provided as Adobe PDF.
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Basics of starting and managing a food truck business.
Handling money, managing expenses, understanding loans and interest.
Deciding selling locations and resource management.
Calculations for profit, cost, and financial transactions.
Selection of food types, inventory management, and strategic choices.
Understanding supply and demand, market competition.
Engaging in community service through food donations.
Interacting with diverse customers and meeting their preferences.
Managing business risks and opportunities.
Efficient use of time and resources for maximum benefit.
Competing and negotiating with other players.
Exploring different roles within a food truck business.
Developing a foundational understanding of running a small business.
Gaining practical skills in budgeting, loans, and expense management.
Enhancing problem-solving and strategic decision-making abilities.
Improving mathematical calculations relevant to business operations.
Learning to analyze market conditions and customer preferences.
Recognizing the importance of community involvement and ethical business practices.
Understanding customer service and its impact on business success.
Developing flexibility in business strategies to cope with competitive environments.
Collaboration and Negotiation
Learning to interact and negotiate effectively with others.
Cultivating efficient management of time and resources.
Fostering an entrepreneurial spirit and innovative thinking.