The goal that we set for all of 2023 was to reach 30% more Canadian kids than pre-COVID. What happened was even more incredible!
This combination of In-Kind & Funding Grant provides eligible schools & organizations with future-ready programs that include both physical and digital curriculum, tools, materials and resources.
Inspire your students to develop their financial literacy by teaching them how they can make money so they can buy things they REALLY want!
At Build a Biz Kids, we have been busy putting together our Future-Ready Educator Packages in preparation for our first deliveries to schools, libraries, and non-profits in British Columbia! This was our incredible journey!
Port Moody, BC – Build a Biz Kids is pleased to announce the launch of their Adopt a School Program in British Columbia that provides advanced tools, support and programming to educators supporting youth ages 7-13, with a specific focus on vulnerable populations.
Build an Online Business is back virtually this Spring! Get ready for your child to become a business owner as they learn how to launch their very own online store!
Nutrition isn’t just about the things you eat. Check out these 5 STEPS for teaching kids about nutrition to help them gain a deeper understanding and avoid disordered eating.
It’s back to school season, which means kids are getting ready to head back to the classroom. Here are some of our top choices for educational TikTok accounts for your kids to follow!
Did you know that Decision Making is a Skill? It falls under Soft Skills but it is anything but soft, it's critical! When kids are given the space to make decisions, and do so, it's important that we use that moment to credit them with that. Not the topic or actual choice that they made, but the action of choosing, making a decision, is one we want to encourage. For my son, I want to encourage him to try new things. New food, new clothes, hair styles, friend, sports, and so on. You can see that moment in your kids eyes when
Sports could easily be looked at as a place where our kids can learn resiliency. They missed the ball, missed the goal or they lost the game but tomorrow still came. Yes, they COULD learn resiliency, but are you and the coaches working actively to develop this SKILL in them? It was the game right before championships. Both teams were great! It was back and forth and I have never seen a crowd so big at a baseball game for 9 & 10 year olds. The final inning and it is close. My son missed a key catch that could have easily knocked one of their out. No prob, we still have another batter up and either we get the 3rd out or they get a run in. That's it. It's as close as it gets. Well, the other team