Did you have a lemonade stand when you were a kid? I did, and it was usually just a folding table I’d drag out of the garage and set up on the sidewalk in front of my house on hot summer days. I’d decorate it with crudely drawn advertisements on scraps of cardboard.
Many complain that today’s children have no imagination and need incredibly structured playtime. I don’t agree, but if you do, this cardboard lemonade stand from Arte Bebe might be just the thing for your little entrepreneur in training. For $92 plus $10 shipping you get a 2′ by 3.5′ pre-folded stand.
Via my wife, who thinks that our homeschooled children should use their flexible schedule to their entrepreneurial advantage and selling icy drinks to the neighborhood kids as they get off the schoolbus. Too bad they’ll have pay federal income tax at their parents’ tax rate.
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