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Kids Initiate
By Galit Zamler

Kids initiate projects

Projects carried out in entrepreneurship educators schools


On this page, you will find a collection of projects implemented by students, kids, and youth.

Many have been implemented within the framework of schools who educate for entrepreneurship, and some ventures were set up by kids and young people who chose to share the story of their venture to inspire other children.

Young students who participate in the Entrepreneurship for Kids Program learn all the steps for establishing a venture, from concept to implementation in practice.

During the program, the young entrepreneurs set up projects, accompanied by a facilitator/teacher/one of the school staff.

Developing entrepreneurial thinking is built on a collection of encounters where students learn various subjects of entrepreneurship.

Watch the example and the subjects that were taught in one of the groups, where the student have raised ideas for projects, filtered them, carried out surveys, tested the ability to develop them and implemented them.

The venture: Earasmarker - eraser with markers
The young entrepreneurs: Fifth graders at the AD Gordon School in Kfar Saba

The idea for the product is a set of whiteboard markers attached to an eraser for use on the board.

The slogan of the students to the project: "Write lightly, and erase effectively!"

The young entrepreneurs explain the advantages of the product: "The product is large and therefore easy to find in case it had gone, lost, the product is easy to grasp and causes writing and erasing to be fun."

The student entrepreneurs prepared a model of the product and presented it in class:

The student entrepreneurs prepared a model of the product and presented it in class



In preparation for the Entrepreneurs Convention held at the end of the school year, the students prepared several units of the product and presented them to the participants at the convention.

the students prepared several units of the product and presented them to the participants at the convention

The students' venture: Eye Book
The young entrepreneurs: Fifth graders at the AD Gordon School in Kfar Saba

Eye Book is a handheld digital device with motion sensors that transfers pages alone in a book in the direction of reading.

The young entrepreneurs Liri, Yael, Shisal, Uri, Oz and Nicole formulated a slogan for the project: "Just take a look and it will happen!!!"

The entrepreneurial children explain how the idea for the project was born:

The entrepreneurial children explain how the idea for the project was born


"You must know the feeling - it's cold, you are lying in bed and you feel like reading a book. You cover yourself with a warm blanket, but it is too cold to get your hand out of the warm blanket and turn the pages in your book!!

So we've come up with a solution for you:

A regular book, with a pin on it, with motion sensors (eyes) that turns pages alone.

The device can be transferred between books."

In the picture, the students are proud to present their idea to the Entrepreneurs Convention organized at the end of the year at the school:

The students are proud to present their idea to the Entrepreneurs Convention


The initiative: Box Friend
The young entrepreneurs: 5th-grade students at the AD Gordon School in Kfar Saba

The children entrepreneurs Uri, Ohad, Omer, Yonatan, Tal and Eyal thought of a box used to solve fights, it records our experiences and presents them to remind us of the positive in the person we fight with.

The entrepreneurs present their idea to Box Friend:

he entrepreneurs present their idea to Box Friend




At the conference, the students presented a model of the box

At the conference, the students presented a model of the box


The initiative: Mix environmentally friendly car
The young entrepreneurs: 5th-grade students at the AD Gordon School in Kfar Saba

Mix - An eco-friendly car that combines electric and solar technology. Rotem, Maya, Dana, Arik and Tal, whose slogan is "Think green, go far."

Advantages of the car - powered by solar energy and electricity, thus saving air pollution and other pollution caused by the use of cars driven by oil, the car saves money and offers a better user's experience- by saving money and the environment benefits from reducing air pollution.

The young entrepreneurs plan that the car will be cheaper than other electric cars.

The young entrepreneurs prepared a three-dimensional computerized model of the solar car:

The young entrepreneurs prepared a three-dimensional computerized model of the solar car



In the photo: Mix's creative team at the school's Entrepreneurs Convention

Mix's creative team at the school's Entrepreneurs Convention

The venture: Chocolon - A waffle of ice cream with chocolate
The young entrepreneurs: Fifth graders at the AD Gordon School in Kfar Saba

The young entrepreneurs Yuval, Sagi, Assif, Uri, Liam, Lior and Gilad thought of an idea and put it into action: Chocolon - A waffle of Tilon with chocolate in various flavors.

The children explained the class the uniqueness of the product, who the target audience is, and how they intend to succeed in realizing it:

The children explained the class the uniqueness of the product




Their classmates encouraged them and loved the idea.

In order to persuade parents to invest in their idea of the project, the students distributed the chocolate at a booth at the Entrepreneurs Conference.

the students distributed the chocolate at a booth at the Entrepreneurs Conference



The entrepreneurial team of "Chocolon"

The entrepreneurial team of

The invention of the young students: I CUP - A personal and portable refrigerator
The young entrepreneurs: Sixth-grade students at the AD Gordon School in Kfar Saba


I CUP - A personal and portable refrigerator that you can take to trips.

The young entrepreneurs: Maya, Eden, Hadas, Kim, Eden, Noam and Shani presented the idea and the need for it to the class.

The young entrepreneurs presented the idea and the need for it to the class.


The two slogans chosen by the students: "On a trip you go - I cup you hold!"

And "The cup will make you live cold."

In preparation for the entrepreneurs conference held at the end of the school year, the initiators created a model of the glass and explained at the conference, attendees that the product can be used as a cup of ice cream that will not dissolve. It will come in different sizes according to need and has many uses such as the possibility of taking dairy products for trips, eating ice cream without getting dirty and taking to school dairy products, fruits and vegetables.

The kid initiators created a model of the glass and explained at the conference

The venture of the kids: Magic Hair - Hairstyles designer
The young entrepreneurs: Fifth graders at the AD Gordon School in Kfar Saba

Magic Hair - A revolutionary hair styling device.

The children introduced their idea to the Magic Hair project and explained its usefulness: "Anyone can design a hairstyle for himself easily, the product is suitable for people with disabilities, and the product will save people money."

The children introduced their idea to the Magic Hair project and explained its usefulness



At the entrepreneurs' conference, the students presented a model that illustrates the idea. The parents enjoyed the presentation of the idea

At the entrepreneurs' conference, the students presented a model that illustrates the idea

The young student's invention: Wonder button for socks
The young entrepreneurs: Sixth graders at the AD Gordon School in Kfar Saba

The idea for the project: putting socks together with special tik-tak button so that they do not get lost. Each pair of socks is fitted with buttons that connect them when the socks are put into the washing machine, so that the socks remain attached all the time.

The idea solves several problems: saving time instead of looking for and finding the pairs of socks while folding the laundry and saving money - so buying fewer new pairs instead of those whose couple is lost.

The slogan formulated by the students for the product: "With the wonder button you chose and your life improved!"

The entrepreneurial girls explained the need for the product and demonstrated its usefulness with a model they prepared:

The entrepreneurial girls demonstrated the product usefulness The entrepreneurial girls explained the need for the product

The students' venture: Schooly - A recycled organizer
The young entrepreneurs: 5th graders at the AD Gordon School in Kfar Saba

Schooly is a recycled Organizer that keeps order and organization and makes use of recycled materials to protect the environment.

The students prepared a prototype of used boxes, presented the idea for the project and asked for advice:

The students prepared a prototype of used boxes



In preparation for the entrepreneurs' conference held at the school, the initiators prepared an improved model of the project that they presented to the audience.

The kid initiators prepared an improved model of the project A model of Schooly - A recycled organizer

The venture of the kids: Food To Go
The young entrepreneurs: Sixth graders at the AD Gordon School in Kfar Saba

Food To Go - This is a heating box for food you take to trips

The young entrepreneurs introduced the project to the class:

The young entrepreneurs introduced the project to the class

The students explained that the idea stemmed from their need to warm up food on trips, since it sometimes cools and becomes tasteless

The environmental project: Beautiful landscape and happy faces
The young entrepreneurs: 6th-grade students at the AD Gordon School in Kfar Saba

Beautiful scenery, happy face - is an initiative to paint abandoned houses and buildings.

Explanation of the need for the environmental project:

"Have you ever crossed the Mogar area and suddenly saw a construction site that has stopped building, which is making the area look ugly and miserable?

Our group: 'beautiful scenery and happy faces' see the Mogar area every day. Therefore, we have decided to establish a venture.

In our project, we go to these places and paint the fences around them so that people living in the area will have a beautiful and colorful living environment.

Before we paint, we check whether we are allowed to paint in their area.

In front of the house of one of the group's members, there is such a place so we have already bought half the colors to paint it.

Join us for the initiative and eventually, everyone will have 'beautiful scenery and happy faces'."

The entrepreneurial girls explain in the classroom how the idea was born and how it can be realized.

Beautiful scenery, happy face - is an initiative to paint abandoned houses and buildings

The kids' venture: Hand on the heart to show that I care
The kid entrepreneurs: Fourth graders at "Dvora Omer" school in Netanya

Fourth graders at "Dvora Omer" school in Netanya participated during the year in entrepreneurship classes led by teacher Miri Yishai.


As part of a record day at the school, the entrepreneurs presented their ideas for the projects to Galit Zamler, asked questions and received answers, in order to advance the realization of the ideas.

The entrepreneurs presented their ideas for the projects to Galit Zamler


The entrepreneurial children felt a desire to take part in social and environmental involvement.

They decided that their project would deal with the recruitment of goods, clothing and more for needy people.

The group of entrepreneurs made sure to brand themselves with shirts designed by them.

The students met in the afternoon and moved among the residents of the neighborhood and collected many donations.

They took the donations to various organizations such as WIZO, help on the way, and more.

Some of the non-profit organizations volunteered to help sort out various donations received.

The students prepared a presentation (in Hebrew) that describes the idea, the need, and their achievements so far and came prepared with the following questions, in order to increase the scope of activities:

- How can you recruit volunteers?

- Can we raise money?

- How can I register as an association?

- What do you need to register as an association?

- How can we advertise our venture?

- How to locate people in need?

The kid's venture: Locker for each student
The young entrepreneur: Shachar Shufir Fourth grader at the Dvora Omer School in Netanya

Shahar participated during the school year in entrepreneurial classes led by the teacher Miri Yishai.

Shahar recognized the students' need for a personal locker. In order for anyone preparing such a locker, such as the locker Shachar made, he suggests that the locker will be made of cardboard so that the cartons can be recycled instead of becoming trash.

The locker Shachar presented was a sophisticated model that included a large cell for books, two smaller compartments, and an external lock.

kid's presentation explaining the idea of the Locker project to each student

Shachar's presentation (in Hebrew) explaining the idea of the Locker project to each student:


It should be noted that the need for students in Locker is a recurring need in other schools as well. Read below about the Locker with a shelf that was designed at the Alumot School.

The social venture of the kids There is no birthday without a cake
The kid entrepreneurs: Fourth graders at "Dvora Omer" school in Netanya

The entrepreneurial students showed sensitivity and understanding towards children coming from families with financial difficulties, hence the idea for the project was born:

These children will celebrate a birthday like any child with cake, activity and a gift.

The primary target audience for the project is the school's students.

The question that the young entrepreneurs asked Galit Zamler on a record day in which the students' projects were presented: How will we find families interested in the project?

The question that the young entrepreneurs asked Galit Zamler


Read below about a similar initiative by students at the Osishkin School in Ramat HaSharon: "Kids Operate Birthday Parties"

The kids' venture:
The kid entrepreneurs: Fourth graders at "Dvora Omer" school in Netanya

The young entrepreneurs thought that students sometimes forgot to come to school wearing a shirt with a school logo.

They thought of a simple and convenient solution - sticking the school logo on a shirt temporarily so that it could be removed at the end of the school day.

The first option to come up with the idea was by using a symbol that will be attached by Scotch to the shirt.

The aim of the initiative is to introduce the use of the product first in their school as a pilot, and then expand it to other schools.

The project meets the real needs of students, and can save money for parents. The school logo can be attached to each smooth shirt, and wear the shirts even outside the school and thus save money for parents.

A school logo for every shirt

The kids' social venture: CTC - Children Teach Children
The kid entrepreneurs: Fourth graders at "Dvora Omer" school in Netanya

Shira Mordechai, Rom Zohar, Noya Tamam, Liam Burstein, Yonatan Rivak and Eliad Manor are social entrepreneurs. The Fourth graders initiated the project "CTC - Children Teach Children".

As students, the young entrepreneurs realized that the cost of private tutoring is high, about NIS 100-120 per hour.

Understanding the need for private tutoring at a reasonable cost, the students presented a social-business project in which children from grades 4 and up will teach in the afternoon first to third graders and help them with homework and basic classes in math, English, Hebrew and science.

In addition, the older students will integrate experiential after-school activity groups of football, running, drama, dance and more.

The project's target audience is children aged 6-9 from the Kiryat Hasharon neighborhood in Netanya.

The children- entrepreneurs intend to market their project as follows:

They will collect information about their target audience, give everyone flyers, print branded shirts for the young mentors, and open a WhatsApp group which will include the older and younger students in the project.

The mentors and students were divided according to interests and started the tutoring process.

The group of entrepreneurs who organized to realize the project seemed enthusiastic and cohesive on a record day in which they presented their project.

Children Teach Children


This is a detailed presentation (in Hebrew) of the students' project:

The venture: "Dogbrella" - dog's umbrella
The kid entrepreneur: A fourth grader at the Dvora Omer school in Netanya
The young entrepreneurs: 5th Grade Students at the A.D School Gordon school "in Kfar Saba.

At the Dvora Omer elementary school in Netanya, the young entrepreneur recalled how in the winter she noticed that the dogs were unpleasant when it was raining.

Although she herself has no dog, she was sensitive to the environment and decided to make it easier for the dogs.

Her idea of the project is an umbrella for dogs, and to illustrate the idea, she made a model and dressed it a dog doll.

young entrepreneurs' idea of the project is an umbrella for dogs


The student called her project Dogbrella without hearing about a similar idea that was offered by the students at the A.D Gordon School in Kfar Saba.

At A.D Gordon school in Kfar Saba, A group of fifth-grade entrepreneurs also thought of the same problem, and they also proposed solving it with a very similar idea, and in the same name Dogbrella.

The young entrepreneurs defined the purpose of the project as allowing dogs to go outside even when it rains and to not get wet.

The slogan that the students formulated for the project in order to raise an investment: "Invest In Dogbrella and affect dogs".

In the picture, the young entrepreneurs explain the need for the project and illustrate with pictures how it should look:

the young entrepreneurs explain the need for the project and illustrate with pictures how it should look


In preparation for the Entrepreneur Convention held at the school, the students prepared a model of the project:

the students prepared a model of the project



The model was presented at the young entrepreneurs' stand.

The model was presented at the young entrepreneurs' stand

The kid's venture: Spinners
The kid entrepreneur: Itamar - fourth-grade student at the "Dvora Omer" school in Netanya

Spinners became the most popular toy among children.

Spinners became the most popular toy among children


The student Itamar thought to make positive use of the spinners, so even the teachers who are not satisfied with the new toy will find it useful.

Since students like to play with spinners, Itamar suggested that when teachers give a class assignment to students, they can encourage them to finish the task by allowing everyone who has completed the assignment to go to the corner and play with his Spinner

The first student to finish the task and get approval, may go to the corner and play, and when other students join him they can do spinner competitions as they like.

According to the entrepreneur, beyond the fact that the spinner game as a "prize" will encourage students to perform the tasks in the classroom, it will also become a connecting factor between students who do not usually play together.

Watch Itamar's presentation (in Hebrew) on the Spinners project:

The kid's initiative: A card game - know the city of Netanya
The kid entrepreneur: Omer - fourth-grade student at the "Dvora Omer" school in Netanya

A card game - know your city

Omer's goal is to prepare enough card game sets and give them to young first-grade students.

The plan is to begin with the project at the Dvora Omer School, where Itamar studies, to improve as much as possible the game, and then to expand the project to additional schools, as well as to create additional "Revi'iot" games.

See more ideas for entrepreneurship in the "Dvora Omer: school in Netanya.

Multidisciplinary Entrepreneurship Conference: 5th Conference
The young entrepreneurs: Students of the "Ramot Weizmann" School in Yavne

The uniqueness of the "Ramot Weizmann" school in Yavne, under the leadership of Amalia Suissa, is multidisciplinary entrepreneurship.

The school develops entrepreneurial skills such as research, information gathering, information analysis, creativity and critical thinking, group work and standing in front of an audience.

Every year since its establishment, the school has performed a multidisciplinary entrepreneurship conference.

Galit Zamler was invited to the conference and summarized the many entrepreneurial activities in briefly in this presentation (in Hebrew).

The initiative of the young students: Calm Waves: An anti-anger bracelet
The young entrepreneurs: Students from 7th grade at Yad Giora Middle School in Herzliya

The purpose of the bracelet is to help people with anger issues, using bleeps and vibrations around the wrist will be controlled by the bracelet.

The bracelet will check the heart rate and when the rate rises, the bracelet will activate.

The bracelet can prevent anger and reduce conflicts between people.

The young entrepreneurs prepared a model of the bracelets by themselves, and presented it in the competition "Move yourself", in which they also won the prize for innovation.

An idea for the invention of seventh graders - a bracelet against anger

In the exhibition of the initiatives that made it to the final round, the young entrepreneurs presented their idea for the initiative, and the need for it.

An invention of 7th graders - a bracelet against anger

The students were pleased that their idea was appreciated, and were satisfied about receiving the certificate of esteem and appreciation from Ms. Ronit Zakay, director of the Human Resources Mine in the Tel Aviv region.

The students were pleased that their idea was appreciated

In the final round of the competition, the students took part in the joint photo with all the entrepreneurs that made it to the final.

The initiative of the young students: A bag that turns into a seat - Mini Bigi
The young entrepreneurs: Students from 7th grade at Yad Giora Middle School in Herzliya

 An idea for the initiative is a bag that folds into a reclining mode

The students made it to the final round of the competition "Move yourself" and were among the final 10 entrepreneurs in the running for the prize.

The students made it to the final round of the competition

The initiative: Smell Busters
The young entrepreneurs: Students from 7th grade at Yad Giora Middle School in Herzliya


Since we are all bothered by the unpleasant smell that trash cans give off, students from 7th grade at Yad Giora Middle School in Herzliya decided to do something about it.

They thought of an air filter with the ability to extract the bad smells in the garbage can and emit a pleasant smell.

The student entrepreneurs made sure that the product would be protected, under the cover of the trash can, so that it would not get damaged.

An air filter with the ability to extract the bad smells in the garbage can and emit a pleasant smell.

The benefit of the product is that it can contribute to the quality of the environment and society, insofar as it will prevent bad smells in places where the trash cans are positioned.

Seventh graders present their idea of the project

The students prepared a film for the competition that presents their solution to the problem of trash can smell.

The students got to the final of the competition in the Tel Aviv region, "Get Moving", and won a certificate of esteem and appreciation for the innovative initiative.

The students got to the final of the competition in the Tel Aviv region

Also, read about the idea for the Television Program that made it as far as the top 10 in the competition.

The project: Kids Operate Birthday Parties
The young entrepreneurs: Students in the 5th and 6th grades in Osishkin school, Ramat HaSharon.

operate birthdays

The idea for the project of young entrepreneurs in the Osishkin school in Ramat HaSharon came from a personal need.

Hiring professional birthday operators and performers can be very expensive for parents. On the other hand, there are many 6th and 5th graders who can operate young kids through fun activities at much lower cost.

In this way, birthday kids can have an enjoyable birthday experience, their parents will save money and the students who operate the birthday parties will earn money, with pleasure and satisfaction.

The entrepreneurial kids checked and confirmed that there is a demand for such a venture.

To make it happen, the entrepreneurs organized a group of children that can operate or perform at birthdays according to their talents, such as make-up, sculpture, magic, DJ, games and more.

The young entrepreneurs faced the challenges of gathering information, building a website and more.


The project: Food Paths
The young entrepreneurs: The young students in the 5th and 6th grades in Osishkin school, Ramat HaSharon.

food trails

Osishkin school students in Ramat HaSharon who participated in entrepreneurial classes, hosted by Miri Molcho have raised many ideas for projects.

One of the ideas they promoted and worked toward executing is establishing "food paths" in the surrounding neighborhood of the school.

The idea of "food paths", is that when children will make their way to school and back home, they walk through paths alongside herb bushes and fruit trees will grow.

Since there are already various plants on the roadside which are maintained by the municipality, it is possible to substitute those with an edible plantation.

For example, instead of Bitter Orange trees, other citrus trees will be planted, such as orange, tangerine, etc.

The students appealed to the municipality, which invited them to attend a meeting of the Environment Committee, in the presence of the Mayor and his Deputy.

The students presented their idea at the meeting and brought the Committee's attention to the fact that this idea has been realized successfully in Northern Tel Aviv.

Members of the environmental committee liked the idea and now they are promoting its implementation.


Entrepreneurship products market: Year summary of entrepreneurial activity
The kids entrepreneur: Students in grades 1st -6th from the Sadot Karkur school in Pardes Hana-Karkur

The "Sadot" school encouraged innovative entrepreneurship among its students, and this year, 17 groups of young entrepreneurs went through a process of identifying needs, raising ideas for a solution, selecting the preferred concept and implementing it.

Galit Zamler, the developer of the Entrepreneurship for Kids Program, was invited by the school principal, Talmor Clos as a guest, and summed up the initiative products market in this presentation.

Entrepreneurial Festival: Displaying entrepreneurial processes, school projects and classes projects
The young entrepreneurs: Students in grades 1st -6th from the Kaplan school in Petah Tikva

The Kaplan school organized the Festival of Entrepreneurship at the school and invited parents, students and many guests.

During the entrepreneurship festival, projects were presented to the audience.

These projects were carried out during the year by school children who were accompanied by school staff, headed by the director, Tali Toledano.

Models of ideas for projects were also featured.

The students explained to parents and guests about the various projects, the process of identifying the need, finding solutions, choosing a solution and how it met the problem.

Galit Zamler, who was invited as a guest created this presentation to summarize the projects:

The project at school: An ice cream stand
The young entrepreneurs: The students in the 8th grade of HaManhil school, Ramat Gan.

The uniqueness of HaManhil school is Entrepreneurship, Leadership, Science and Technology.

Entrepreneurship school

Entrepreneurship studies, led by teacher Michal Mamman, are being taught in all grades of the school, and hence you can read about many other projects in which the young entrepreneur students in the school participated.

The 8th graders know they need to finance the party at the end of the year, at which they'll also end their time at HaManhil school. Because of this, the students discussed ideas for projects that will help them raise money for the graduation party.

After they discussed some ideas, they decided to execute the idea of setting up an ice cream stand in the school.

Ice cream stand project


As students who like to eat ice cream, they felt an immediate connection to the idea, prepared a detailed business plan, and asked for permission from the school director, Ayala Elbaz, to execute this idea.

Ayala, who encourages her students to undertake entrepreneurial thinking, supported the idea of setting up an ice cream stand in her school. The parents' committee also supported the idea.

The young entrepreneurs created a poll to determine the three favorite ice cream flavors among students. The poll results showed that the three favorite ice cream flavors are: vanilla, vanilla with chocolate chips, and chocolate.

The entrepreneurs made placards, visited the classrooms, and marketed their project to encourage students to visit the stand and buy ice cream.

The entrepreneurs prepared before the day of the project; they divided the roles among themselves, took care of small change, obtained a fridge that would keep the ice frozen, and arranged for ice cream spoons, cups, a price list, etc.

On the day of the activity, there was much excitement among the students. The atmosphere was happy and everyone enjoyed eating ice cream.

The money the students earned from this activity was invested in the graduation party for the 8th-grade pupils.

In addition, the students filmed, edited, and produced a video that described the project.

The young students' project: Soccer goal spots
The young entrepreneurs: The students of the 8th grade of HaManhil school, Ramat Gan.

 Soccer goal spots


In most of the schools in the country, there are soccer fields, but in HaManhil school in Ramat Gan, the courtyard is narrow and long. Because of this, there weren't soccer goal spots installed there.

The 8th graders in the leadership and entrepreneurship course of study, led by teacher Michal Mamman, decided to change the current situation.

They sent a letter to Mr. Rami Levi, the manager of the sports department of the Ramat Gan municipality, and asked him to help install soccer goal spots in their school, despite the existing restriction.

To convince him, the students told him that the idea was a dream for them, and that the goal posts would also be used by neighborhood residents and younger students in the school.

After it was approved by the school director, Ayala Elbaz, the letter was sent to Mr. Rami Levi.

The letter of the entrepreneurs:

The letter of the entrepreneurs

The translated letter:

To: Mr. Rami Levi - manager of the sports dept. in Ramat Gan Municipality

Subject: Installation of soccer goal spots in our school

We, the students of HaManhil school, as part of the leadership and entrepreneurship course of study, are interested in inviting you to be part of a social project in our school.

Soccer goal spots in the courtyard of the school are a necessity so that students can play during break hours and afternoon hours.

Soccer goal spots will be used as a means of recreation for all neighborhood residents, not only for school students.

The cost of a soccer goal spot isn't so much, and if the goal posts are installed in our school, it will support physical exercise among the students and will also unify the community.

We are aware that the structure of the school isn't standard and is very narrow, so we need goal spots which fit our structure.

In conclusion, soccer goal spots in our school will help the neighborhood and will encourage children to stay close to their houses so that their parents will not be worried.

We are asking for your financial support to make this dream come true, and we will very much appreciate your help.

We're sure that this project will encourage many children to come to our school while they're happy, like in the past.

Best regards, the students of HaManhil school.


From the moment the letter was sent, the students were tense and speculated about the chances of their request being approved.

Mr. Rami Levi acted quickly and tried to help the students; he inquired about the possibility of installing soccer goal spots in the courtyard of the school, but it was clear that the courtyard is very narrow.

He had to explain to the children that their request couldn't be approved.

Despite the negative response, Mr. Rami Levi was very impressed by the enterprise of the students and their attempt to change the current situation.

The letter of reply:

The letter of reply


The translated letter:

To: The students of the leadership and entrepreneurship course of study in HaManhil school, Ramat Gan.

Subject: Your letter related to the installation of soccer goal spots in your school

According to what I know from my conversation with Ms. Ayala Elbaz, the school director, due to construction taking place on school grounds, there is not enough courtyard space.

The courtyard is being used as a passageway during construction and is also used by the 1st-grade students during school break hours.

I will mention that we're talking about a long and narrow courtyard that can't become a standard sports court because of its problematic measurements.

Because of the need that becomes greater during this period, we decided, through coordination with the school director, to allow you to use the school hall by the turn of duty.

I'm happy that the students of the leadership course of study are taking responsibility to help and change some things.

Because of this, I will designate 2,000 NIS to the school in order to buy mobile sports equipment which will be used by the school's students.

I'll be happy if young leaders like you will use the equipment and encourage other students to be a part of sports activities.

Best regards, Lawyer Rami Levi, manager of the sports dept.


The students were disappointed with the response, but they understood the reasons and thanked Rami Levi and the school director for listening and for their support and money.

After their recovery from the negative response, the students decided to ask the municipality to construct a normal soccer court in their neighborhood.

The municipality asked the students to obtain the support of 80% of the school parents through signatures.

If they got this support, the municipality would consider approving the idea.

The young entrepreneurs started an information campaign, sent a letter, and explained the situation to the school parents.

Now they're collecting signatures for the campaign.

The project: Play area
The children entrepreneurs: The students of the 3rd grade of HaManhil school, Ramat Gan.

The 3rd graders who are participating in the entrepreneurship lessons of teacher Michal Mamman decided to create a corner of box games in the classroom.

The students collected box games in good condition from other students in the school. The other students were happy to donate to the project.

The result: The students collected some nice box games like Taki, Pick-Up Sticks, Submarines, and Ladders and Ropes.

So that the games corner will last for a long time, the students had to approve some rules, which they wrote on the blackboard.

1. We got to get the whole game back, as we got it.

2. Don't lose parts.

3. Don't rip the cards or the boxes.

4. Collect the game when you finish it.

5. Don't mix games.

6. Arrange the games in the games corner.

7. Don't disturb a friend during a game.

8. You can play only at the fixed time.

9. You must win & lose with dignity.

10. Play with fun with your friends.

11. Play with the game rules.

All students agreed to those rules and had a lot of fun with the games.

Play area project


The invention: Locker with shelf
The Inventors children: The students in the 4th grade of HaManhil school, Ramat Gan.

Like many other ideas, the idea for a locker with a shelf arose from a need that one of the students raised - to allow for distribution inside the locker.

The students liked the idea and joined in the design of the finished product.

The students brought square cartons and cut them on one side.

Cutting square cartons

They connected clamps from both sides in order to place the shelf.

A model of a locker

On the clamps, they placed a shelf that had also been created from a carton.

This is what the model of the shelf looked like:

A model of a locker with shelf

The students of the 4th grade in Hebrew Reali school in Haifa, with the help of teacher Keren Mizrahi, discussed many ideas for projects.

One group of students suggested this idea: the development of a lollipop wrapper that would be easy to open.

The idea was born from the need of the students; they're having difficulty opening the wrappers of lollipops.

The young entrepreneurs asked to improve upon the idea, so the lollipop will be bigger than normal, and they'll close the wrapper every time so that they can finish the lollipop easily.

This is the model of the lollipop:

Lollipop wrapper inititative


The opening is done with the help of a scotch. Because of the easy use of the wrapper, the students decided to call the project Easly, which means in Hebrew: Easy for me.

The students created a poll for the school's students; they also visited the classrooms and described their project. They answered questions, and discovered that most of the students were interested in a solution like that.

They were excited about the idea, so the children asked to show it to a candy company in Israel to determine the company's response and see if the idea can come true.

The students visited the factory of the Elite company in Israel, presented the project, explained the need, and answered questions.


Here's a photo from the visit:

A visit to Elite company


Elite directors liked the idea of an easy-open candy wrapper, but asked the students, How can we do a repeat use of the candy wrapper without it becoming sticky?

The students returned to the school with this question to continue developing the idea.

The project: Toddler head holder
The young entrepreneurs: The students of the 4th grade of "Hebrew Reali" school, Haifa.

The students of the 4th grade in "Hebrew Reali" school in Haifa who decided to take part in the entrepreneurship program taught by teacher Keren Mizrahi discussed many ideas.

After a process of reducing the number of ideas, they decided to develop one of them: a strip that will hold the head of the toddler who sleeps during travel in a car.

The young entrepreneurs felt a connection to the idea because the problem is known to them, and they started to develop the project with a lot of excitement.

They planned how the strip would look, how it would close, and how it would open. They even thought about different colored stripes for girls and boys.

After planning the project, the students created a poll for the targeted audience, and it was clear that if there were a product like this, a lot of parents would be interested in it.

Then the children had to create a prototype of the idea. To do this, they were helped by one of the grandmothers in their classroom who knows how to sew and who was willing to help them.

The result:

Toddler head holder initiative

It should be noted that one of the lessons the young entrepreneurs learned from the development of this project is that before we invest in a prototype, we must know the subject well.

The students didn't know that it's forbidden by law to tie infants in this way, even if the parents accept it.

children's venture: Squeezed fruit stand
The young entrepreneurs: The students of the 7th grade of "HaManhil" school, Ramat Gan.

Squeezed fruit stand

The young entrepreneurs from the 7th grade of "HaManhil" school in Ramat Gan had two ideas they wanted to realize.

One idea was a squeezed fruit stand, where they would sell fruit smoothies, which they made, to the other students.

The other idea was to change the school bell. They wanted to choose a song that would be used as the school bell instead of the standard school bell which is used in most of the schools.

However, they learned that the school bell system can't allow for replacement of the standard school bell, and if they want to change the standard school bell to a song, they would need to buy a new school bell system. That will cost a lot of money.

Michal Mamman, the teacher who leads the entrepreneurship program in "HaManhil" school, presented the children's ideas to the school principal, Ayala Elbaz.

Ayala gave her permission to start the project of a squeezed fruit stand at the school, but only if the children presented her with a detailed business and action plan.

She added that if it worked and the young entrepreneurs launched this stand at the school, she would allow the children to use the money earned from the stand sales to change the school bell system.

The young entrepreneurs started with planning the project.

They decided to prepare and sell the fruit smoothies in the science room.

They chose this room because it's a big room with a lot of space, it's located at the entrance to the school, and there is sink in it.

They planned which fruits they would use and how they'd get those fruits - by a mutual decision by Michal Mamman and Ayala Elbaz (school director) it was agreed that the fruits would be "recruited" by the participants in the project.

The children also set the price for every cup of fruit smoothie - the fruits were "recruited" from the school students, so they could sell the smoothies for 2ILS and still profit. The school staff helped the young entrepreneurs to "recruit" blenders for the mission.

The school teachers also helped the young entrepreneurs to keep pace with a lot of children from the school. The school teachers took care that every class in the school would come to buy a fruit smoothie in their turn. It should be noted that the young entrepreneurs also took care of a cash register, cups and straws.

The students took care of more things: They washed the fruits a day before the activity day. They asked the superintendent to give them an extension cord with some sockets. They prepared placards and took care of background music during the activity.

After the young entrepreneurs finished planning the detailed business plan, they met with the school director Ayala Elbaz, presented their plan to her and they got her confirmation to make this happen.

The entrepreneurs started to collect fruits from the school students and especially asked for peaches, apples, melons, bananas and pears.

The school director sent a mail to all school staff, students and parents in order to make the project succeed.

A mail to all school staff


On the day of the activity, the young entrepreneurs came to school very excited. The stand worked for three hours, in a very happy atmosphere.

Here are photos that illustrate the atmosphere:

Happy atmosphere at school

Michal summarized it: "It was very successful."

And the young entrepreneurs agreed: "It was fun."

Ayala Elbaz, the school's director, also concluded the project:

"Thank you, Michal, for the health break, you led the leadership course of study of the 7th grade.

The smile on the face of every child in school was everything for me. The timing was perfect.

On a very hot day, the children earned a fresh cup of health.

The children collected 520ILS and they're planning to buy a new school bell system with this money. Big thanks to Galit and Eva, who helped".


Now, the children are planning to realize the idea of replacing the old school bell system with a new one, with the money they earned from the sale of the fruit smoothies.

The children's project: Activity for 1st and 2nd grades
The young entrepreneurs: The members of young entrepreneurship project in "Mordei HaGeta'ot" school, Ramat Gan.

In honor of Israel Independence Day in 2015, the young entrepreneurship group (4th and 5th grades) of "Mordei HaGeta'ot" school arranged an activity for the 1st and 2nd grades in their school.

Israel Independence Day


The entrepreneurs organized an active break with some activity corners (with the subject of the Israeli Independence Day):

A corner of coloring pages - they printed the pages in their homes in advance.

A corner of Magen David puzzles - that they created by themselves.

A corner of making headbands - in white & blue colors.

A corner of making bracelets - in white & blue colors.

A corner of pennants - they make pennants with the children.

A corner of make-up - special makeup in the colors of the Israeli flag, to honor Independence Day.

The project of the children: Students' room
The young entrepreneurs: The students of 5th grade in "HaShalom" school, Mevaseret Zion.

Students room initiative

The idea to build a students' room was considered by the young students within the Entrepreneurship for Kids Program, which was hosted by the vice-principal Sigal Bar.

The idea arose from the need of the pupils to have a quiet and pleasant place of their own in the school, which will be used by them all year, especially on very hot or rainy days.

After the young entrepreneurs formulated the idea, they created a business plan and defined what they need to make their dream come true - they started to work in order to make it possible.

First, they talked with the school principal, Zehava Issachar. She approved them to execute the idea, and helped in the allocation of a room in the school for the project.

Zehava, who supports the entrepreneurial spirit among pupils, recruited to help her pupils, contacted the municipality and asked them to allocate a caravan that would be placed in the schoolyard and used as students' room.

After the room was allocated, the young students advanced to the next step. They already knew what they wanted in the room, so everyone would feel comfortable to stay in the room: poufs, library, books, computer, carpet, colorful walls, etc.

It was clear to them that if they wanted to execute the idea, they would need money. Because of this, they launched another project to collect money for the "Students' room" project - it was Tu Bishvat project, which appears further on this page.

In the "Free Lesson" magazine, published in March 2015 and written by Tamira Galili, that's what was written on the project: "According to Sigal Bar, the vice-principal and the project manager, the children worked very hard to collect the money for purchasing furniture and additional equipment."

Before they inserted the furniture, the young entrepreneurs took care that the room was colored with pleasant colors.

Additional pictures from the "Students' room" project:

Students' Room project At the students' room


Read the article (in Hebrew) about the experience of the pupils of the program, the support Sigal Bar gave to the pupils and the other projects launched in this program.

The invention of the children: Guess what
The young entrepreneurs: The students of 4th-6th grades in "Alumot" school, Tel-Aviv who participated the Hackathon

Guess game initiative

The project idea: A game for blind and not blind people, based on products you can touch, smell and hear.

Braille is written on the cards, through sequins. What's written is names of products that are inside the box.

The young entrepreneurs researched Braille, learned how people write in this font, wrote the names of the products, and respectively pressed sequins on the cards.

There's also a normal script on every card, for the people who see.

Game Instructions

- The game is for max. 4 participants.

- The participants are divided into 2 groups.

- In every group, there's one blind and one not blind.

- Every group lifts a card. The noun is written on the card.

- The blind participant in every group needs to find the product described on the card in the box.

- Every group gets a point for every item they identified in the box.

- The winning team is the team that identified more items than the other team.

Presenting the students' project

The kids' project: Charity box
The young entrepreneurs: The students of 4th-6th grades in "Alumot" school, Tel-Aviv who participated the Hackathon

Charity box project

Charity box is a box that will be placed in school and different products & items that are found on the ground by pupils will be collected in this box. Items like pencils, pens, scissors, notebooks, books, etc. With this box, every pupil who loses something will go and look for what he lost in this box.

In addition, the box will be used as Charity box. If someone needs something from the box, he will loan it for his personal use.

In the picture, the kids present the project is presented to the members of the shared Hackathon for the 4th-6th-grade pupils from 4 elementary schools.

It should be noted that it's the first year that "Alumot" school pupils are taking part in the Entrepreneurship for Kids Program, and during 3 events of the Hackathon projects, they learned, internalized and executed some ideas.

Presenting the students' project

The children's invention: Three bins trash -"Tri-Bin"
The young entrepreneurs: Students in grades four to six at "Kaplan" school in Petah Tikva who participated in the Hackathon.


Three bins trash project


The idea for the project: Three bins trash -"Tri-Bin" - a little can that will be on the student's desks, divided into three cells for three different types of trash: paper, organic, dry.

The product meets the need of children get up to the bin in the middle of class, and this interferes. When there's a bin on the table, the children do not have to get up to the trash.

Description of the Invention: The design is built for three cans (cells), each cell has a name (paper, organic, dry waste), and the trash bin is recycled. The can was designed in two shapes: round tin and square tin, both have the same divided cells.

Preparation Stages of the product: At first we put the needs, then we made a market survey to test the need. We wrote about the advantages and disadvantages of every need and finally decided on the preparation of the bin table.

Product Benefits:

- Prevents interference during the lesson - you do not have to get up to the trash during class

-The Tri-Bin raises awareness of the importance of recycling amongst school's students

- Helps to recyclable materials at school

The difficulties we encountered in preparing the product:

-The sizes of the deployment cells didn't fit the big box implementation measurements

-We didn't have the right material to make the cover of the cells

-One kid from the group left because he wanted to make a rounded product and made a model of his own.

Marketing the product:

Product name: Tri-Bin

Slogan: a bin for the desk, you don't have to get up all the time!

Booth Design: A table decorated with slogan signs, above, there will be hanged balloons with the product name, on the table will be baskets with candies and magnets with the product name and slogan.

In the picture - presenting the invention to the participants of the first Hackathon for Students in grades four to six in Israel.

Presenting the enterprise

The invention of the kids: Pencil case with a personal design
The young entrepreneurs: Students in grades four to six at "Kaplan" school in Petah Tikva who participated in the Hackathon.


Pencil case with a personal design

Invention description: A box in a pencil case average size, which can personalize the cell divisions.

The product meets the need of organizing the things and equipment in the pencil case - in this pencil case; it is possible to arrange the material in comfort to the user.

Preparation Stages of the model:

- Measuring height and width of objects usually stored in a pencil case.

- Drafting a smaller deployment of a pencil case by measuring objects, and writing the lengths and heights on the thumbnail layout in a rational size.

- Drafting the deployment of a pencil case in a reasonable size and a piece of the material that was drawn on.

- Folding the deployment, glowing to a shape of a pencil case, and coloring it.

-And eventually: adding the parts that enable cell division.

Invention description:


Product Benefits:

-The average and standard size of a pencil case fit a bag.

-Made from a suitable material: light weight, not so breakable, Solid

-Enables personal un-complexed cell division

-Easily opens and closed

-Design

The difficulties we encountered in preparing the product:

-Measuring the wanted size of the equipment

-A good smaller deployment draft

-Drafting in the wanted size.

Advertising the product:

Product name: Clicket- the wonder pencil case

Slogan: pencil case for everything

Booth Design: Papercuts decorations, helium balloons, poster, lace examples, ribbons

Audience: students, teachers. Academy students.

Benefits: Helps to organize the equipment in a comfortable way for the consumer.

Challenges in the implementation of the project:

- Working together in collaboration as a group

- Do everything with accurate measurements despite knowing the whole process can be destroyed in seconds.

- Buying materials and set them up all in one good product.

Materials for the sample preparation: Cardboard, fabric, glue, scissors

Materials for the prototype: kappa, Spray paint, glue, corrugated cardboard, scissors

In the picture - presenting the pencil case enterprise to the participants of the Hackathon.

Presenting the pencil case

The project: I wrote, I solved, I succeeded - a math game for blind kids
The young entrepreneurs: Students in grades four to six at "Kaplan" school in Petah Tikva who participated in the Hackathon.


A math game for blind kids

I wrote, I solved, I succeeded - a math game for blind kids in the first grade.

In the game, we learn the addition and subtraction skills in the field of 10.

Number of participants: 2-4

Parts of the game:

- Coins with embossed number on them

- Smooth Coins

- Works with highlighted signs of addition and subtraction using Tulip glue

- Keypad sequence from 1 to 10

I wrote, I solved, I succeeded


Game rules:

-Each participant in his turn composes an addition or subtraction exercise from the scattered coins.

- After doing the exercise, and solving it, he puts the smooth coin on the part of the solution that appears in the numeric sequence keypad.

- After a coin was placed on one of the numbers, you can't compose an exercise with the same result as the number of the coin.

-The game's ending: a full cover of the numeric sequence keypad with coins.

The invention of the children: Galgaldli - a bucket with wheels and a pole
The young entrepreneurs: Students in grades four to six at "Kaplan" school in Petah Tikva who participated in the Hackathon.


A bucket with wheels


The idea for the project: a bucket with wheels and a pole to help use it.

The product meets the need of: It's hard to move the bucket from one place to another when cleaning the house.

Target audience: Older adults and the disabled who are having a hard time lifting a bucket full of water.

How the invention meets the need?

The bucket has wheels and a pole, making it easy to move the bucket from one place to another without having to lift it up.

The developers presenting the project

The image of the developers presenting the project to the participants of the Hackathon

Stages of the production process of the prototype:

- Identifying the need and check whether there are already products that meet this need.

- Preparing a drawing of the product.

- Buying products that are required to make the product.

- We asked the father of the house for help in preparing the product - assembling the wheels and the pole.

- We managed a budget.

- We have added decorations to the product and we thought about ways to publish it.

Product components: bucket, wheels, pole

Project Benefits:

- Helps older adults and the disabled

- Easy, not fragile, solid

- Designed

- Moving the bucket around effortlessly

The difficulties we encountered in preparing the product:

-Budget management, thinking what would anything cost and how much money each person will have to bring

- Bringing the ingredients: find appropriate wheels and pole

Enterprise development challenges

- Teamwork: not everybody worked all the time

- Assembling the wheels: at first, the wheels did not fit into the bucket.

Advertising the product

Choosing a name for the product: Galgaldli

Slogan: same product, same price, just faster

Booth Design: A huge billboard with the slogan over the desk, little slogans sticking to the table, a stage where the product is placed, helium balloons, demo products.

The children's project: "BottleKeeper"- a bottle keeper
The young entrepreneurs: Students in grades four to five at "Yad Mordechai" school in Bat Yam who participated in the Hackathon.


A bottle keeper

BottleKeeper- a bottle keeper

The description of the idea:

"BottleKeeper" - a device that holds the water bottles of the students at gym classes.

On a flat surface, glue half 2 liter bottles, and put the private water bottles inside these bottles.

On each "BottleKeeper", there's a name list for each class, and that's how each kid knows where to put his bottle.

The product meets the need of:

The facility meets the need of students who come to gym class with a water bottle.

All the bottles are similar and children confuse them or forget them and sometimes water bottles are falling and the water's spilling.

Project Benefits:

Each kid finds his bottle easily.

The facility is comfortable and easy to use.

Most of the facility is made out of recycling materials.

Preparation Stages of the product by the student entrepreneurs:

"First, we thought about different subjects and we thought about the sports class problem with water bottles.

"Yad Mordechai" 's school is a green school. We are aware of environmental protection, we use and recycle materials, and so we used bottles and we decorated them with colored stickers.

We thought about putting the bottles on a plywood (a thin wooden surface), but eventually, we choose a kappa surface, which is lighter.

We intentionally numbered the bottles according to the name list in the class diary, to ease the identification of each bottle for the students.

We believe the facility is efficient, comfortable and eco-friendly."

The kids' project: Who am I? An introductory game for blind kids
The young entrepreneurs: Students in the sixth grade at "Yad Mordechai" school in Bat Yam who participated in the Hackathon.


Who am I?

Who am I? An introductory game for blind kids

The students described the idea for the project as:

A box containing various toys such as disk and a car, each toy represents something.

As in "pass the package", participants sit in a circle and pass the box from child to child when the background music is played.

Once the music stops, the boy with the box, takes out a toy and while touching one of the toys in the box, he has to guess what toy it is and link it to his personal world.

For example, if a kid took a car, he will talk about the place where he likes to travel, or put out a disc - then talk about a song he like...

An introductory game


Project Benefits:

Students will get to know each other by identifying toys.

So students will find the common thing between them.

Transferring toys from hand to hand creates openness and connection between children.

The preparation stages of the product from the point of view of the student entrepreneurs:

"At first, we thought about all kinds of ice breaking games and every time we saw the problems, we came back to the idea because we have seen that it is not suitable for children with impaired vision.

We realized that we need to think about alternative solutions for those with limited vision.

We wanted the game to be really nice and it would be possible to recognize.

We tried to think of a combination of the sense of touch and hearing in the game, and it led us to the current game.

We chose some items that can represent and symbolize something.

Of course, you could add additional objects in the box as much as your imagination allows."

Playing the game


Other ideas that came up during the development of the venture:

Task Preview:

Each child is asked to bring from home any object that is significant to him.

Sitting in a circle - each child tells about himself, why he chose to bring that particular object and say something that characterizes him/her.

After viewing the object through personal stories, we can ask other students if they were adopting the belongings of other students, and have found things in common.

Another idea for an introduction game:

Equipment needed - a ball containing a bell or a large balloon that contains rice that will make a noise.

The students sit in a small circle. After the initial introduction of the names, a student rolls a ball towards another child and says his name.

The boy, whose name was called, gets the ball and touches it to tell another 3 words starting with the first letter of his name. For example: Ronen - Ramzor (traffic light), rikud (dancing), ra'ash (noise), and then roll the ball toward the other child.

You can decide on any other ideas, such as saying the name of an animal.

The project: Dumishush - A box game
The young entrepreneurs: Students in fifth grade at "Hashalom" school in Mevaseret Zion, who participated in the Hackathon.


A box game initiative

Dumishush - a box game in the style of the familiar Domino suited for the blinds.

The students defined the project mission as:

Preparation of experiential and accessible game for blind population

The product meets the need of creating a game which vision and blind people can play together.

The solution:

Using a well familiar game and acknowledging the needs of the blind, combining the two, created a game suitable for blind people.

Planning and execution:

Choosing materials: black polygonal, split pins, wooden toothpicks, glue and double sided tape

Work division: We got divided into three groups work. Polygal cutting, punching holes and diverging split pins, pinning sticks and closing in double-sided tape and taped.

Work time: 3 sessions about 8 hours.

The assessment of the product: we ran out on test of the game, by playing with our eyes closed and we found out it's fun and playable

What can be improved?

Double-sided tape didn't tape well the games' part, so we strengthen with a glue tape

We think that if there were a game board, it would have been easier to put the Domino's dices.

Planning and execution

The students' project Class Organizer
The young entrepreneurs: Students in fifth grade at "Hashalom" school in Mevaseret Zion who participated in the Hackathon.


A group of Students in fifth grade at "Hashalom" school in Mevaseret Zion, who participates in the Hackathon, took an active part in three sessions at the first Hackathon in Israel.

During the Hackathon, students of "Hashalom" school with students of Kaplan in Petach Tikva, Yad Mordechai in Bat Yam and Alumot from Tel Aviv came up with project ideas and took some of them into practice.

The young entrepreneurs from "Hashalom" school thought and planned an venture for the good of the class students.

The project: organizer - as presented in the picture

Class Organizer


To this product, the students came after identifying it's a mutual problem to them and other students.

They defined the problem as:

When the class and the teacher are lacking the equipment or the equipment is in different places - This makes it difficult to work and manage the lesson.

The requirements It should meet for the solution:

- It would be convenient to see the equipment (made of transparent material).

- The solution does not need to take a lot of space.

- The necessary equipment for everyone would be organized.

- All equipment will be concentrated in one place.

- The equipment should be easy to access.

- It is desirable that the solution will use available lightweight materials, and even recycled.

The need that comes up from this problem- organized equipment for teachers and students.

The students raised different ideas for solving the problem:

- Personal Organizer per student (in the box on the table).

- An organizer for the teacher on their desk.

- An organizer for the classroom which also serves students and teachers.

Considerations in choosing the appropriate solution:

- The organizer will serve teachers and students.

- The organizer will take little space.

- The organizer is located in an accessible place.

- All equipment is concentrated in one place.

- Any equipment has special cell.

- The material from which the containers are made of, is transparent, making it easy to distinguish the equipment within it.

Needed materials:

Polygal, plastic bottles, paper, pages, nylon, split pins, adhesive tape, double-sided tape, colored tape.

Planning:

- Find a product name and password.

- Thinking about the material and the size of the base.

- Divide the tasks into groups.

- Design and draw the necessary containers for keeping the equipment.

- Decide on a product design, including the choice of colors and decorations.

- Plan and draw the position of the tanks and headlines on the board.

- Assemble, organize and connect the tanks to the board.

- Prepare the product name, passwords, and notes that say the contents of the tanks.

- Glue the headlines, slogans, and notes.

Improvement suggestions:

- Put a protective film on the cut edges bottles.

- Wrap with nylon the headlines to keep them safe.

- Strengthen the base panel.

How the ideas was implemented


The program continued plans are - during the summer break will be created 18 organizers for classes at "HaShalom" school, and the goal is to inspire other schools to adopt the product.

The project has been so successful and got a newspaper article named "Free class", the project also attended a scientific conference held in Jerusalem technological development; technology product category has received much interest and is nominated.

The project: T"u Beshvat fair
The young entrepreneurs: Students in fifth grade at "Hashalom" school in Mevaseret Zion

A group of students in fifth grade at "Hashalom" school in Mevaseret Zion came up with an idea for a project - students room, like that teachers' room, so students can have a cozy room to stay in.

The entrepreneurs' kids presented the idea to the school principal Zehava Issachar, and received her approval for the realization of the project.

To realize the idea of room for students, young entrepreneurs need money to pay for bean bags, rugs, library, computer, board games, shelves, etc.

The students decided to raise money through venture sales on T"u Beshvat Day.

Sigal Bar, vice principal and the accompanied for the students' entrepreneurship course project supported and encouraged the students.

Sales Fair was defined as T"u Beshvat fair. The young entrepreneurs prepared, priced and sold:

- Houseplants they prepared and planted

- Bookmarks recycled from natural materials which were prepared with first and second-graders

- Seed bags they made from newspapers

- Healthy sandwiches

- Skewers of fresh and dried fruit

- Popcorn

- Orange juice

- Cakes

The above products were recruited by the young entrepreneurs from the school, by themselves, through the allocation between the grades.

Enjoyment of the process, the planning, early preparation and sales on the fair day itself was great. The students felt great responsibility and a desire to sell as much as possible so that they can finance the project of the students' room.

The young entrepreneurs were satisfied with the achievements: an impressive decline in sales revenue.

Here are pictures from the sales fair:

Sales fair project

The children's project: School's guided tours
The young entrepreneurs: Students in fifth grade at "Sadot" school in Pardes Hana-Karkur.

"Sadot" school in Pardes Hana-Karkur is a growing school, whose graduates are fifth graders.

The attending Students of the Entrepreneurship for Kids Program came up with a social enterprise idea which they carried out during the school year.

The entrepreneur students were divided into groups of four students per group, and each group chose to accompany a class for the school's trip.

For the trip, the entrepreneur students learned the trip route, and on the day of the trip they were used as guides, and they explained to the students about the places they had visited just like adult guides.

The idea was a pleasure and a very fulfilling exercise for both the very young leaders, and the students who benefited from hearing explanations close up of students of their school.

Sadot school

The students' project: Vintage Clothing Store
The young entrepreneurs: Seventh-grade students studying entrepreneurship at the "HaBiluim" school in Ramat Gan

Students in the seventh grade at the school for design and architecture "HaBiluim" in Ramat Gan are participants in the course Business Entrepreneurial, hosted by the school principal, Michael Pinto.

After students learned about different types of projects: business, social, social-business, technology, etc., they made a joint decision: the establishment of the store for selling clothes - vintage - a second-hand shop that sells clothing, toys, accessories, books, etc...

To get the parents involved in this project, the students explained about the issues that will be taught to them as part of the entrepreneurial classes:

- Economic initiative and entrepreneurship

- Building a Business Plan

- Marketing

- The art of sales

- Accounting

- Building a website where the offered items will be displayed for sale

To contribute towards the opening of the store, parents were asked to pick up and bring throughout the year:

Used clothing in good condition for children, women and men, games, jewelry - accessories, books, hangers and clothes hanging wheels.

A letter to the students' parents


The project targets:

- The experience of students in seventh grade in the planning, implementation and marketing of the project

- Cooperation between the school's students and parents for the success of the enterprise

- Contribution to the school's community and assistance to needy families

With great enthusiasm, "launch Junk vintage" was launched by the entrepreneur students from the school and the principal, Michael Pinto.

Parents of students came and contributed many clothes and accessories in good condition. The donations were moved to the school's shelter where the student entrepreneurs sorted the clothes by color in order to wash them.

Vintage dlothing store at school

At school, students used the teacher Bat-Sheva, who designed etiquette clothes, and with a special "gun" acquired for the project, they pinned the etiquette to the sold clothing in the vintage store.

On the etiquette, they mentioned that the slogan chosen to appear on the etiquette was the design and architecture school's "HaBiluim", and the: "Just a second - second-hand shop".

An etiquette


Each entrepreneurship family group washed a bag of clothes, and when they came back clean and ironed, the students hung them on the hangers and racks donated by parents at the school.

Vintage store project


One of the signs that indicate the potential for success of an enterprise is the level of passion, of the entrepreneur to realize his idea. The vintage store project of school students "HaBiluim" was successful because of the help of the school principal Michael Pinto. His ability to excite both the school's students and the parents of the developers, contributed a great deal to the success of the enterprise.

Beyond the many clothes and accessories donated by parents, Michael turned to various companies in the country, telling them about the students' project and managed to win their support for the project. The companies sent hundreds of brand-new clothing items and accessories to the school's for the store.

This is the place to thank Renuar, Home Center and Sack's network - thanks to their generous initiative, the project was a great success.

Recieving clothes


Even the process of applying for support from commercial companies has become a learning tool for the entrepreneur students, and while Michael called the companies to try and get their support, the entrepreneur students sat in his office and listened in on the conversations, and learned from him directly how to make calls aimed at raising support from commercial agencies for the project.

As you can see in the picture, Michael's office became very quickly a clothes garage, so it was decided to purchase a warehouse - the process was accompanied by learning about the financial subject of starting a business, the need to raise initial capital (students recruited by operating "sweet breaks"), a cost - benefit point balance sheet etc..

The students learned why they should issue invoices and how to do it, and prepared a common thought process for a price-list of clothing and accessories offered for sale.

Price list


The first selling day was scheduled for the meeting of the parents' assembly for students at the school. Student developers were well prepared for this day with an emphasis on the marketing side.

Every three students formed a group and each group had a job: one entrepreneur invited parents to the vintage shop, a second entrepreneur told about the project and its goals, and the third entrepreneur measured clothes in the shop to give a sense of movement in the store.

The first selling day


Revenue from the vintage shop quickly reached a very respectable amount. The store has become a topic of conversation between parents and neighborhood residents, and the project continues to operate to the satisfaction of the young entrepreneurs and their customers.

As defined in the design stages of the project, all proceeds are for the benefit of school children and needy families among the students, who receive, thanks to the store, shopping bags.

The students with the assistance of the teacher Bat-Sheva designed the store from the outside and from the inside so that it would attract buyers to come in and buy.

The vintage studio


The next step in the marketing of the project is photographing students as the shop models.

Proud of their Store project, the students prepared a presentation to conclude:

The project: Happy is healthy
The young entrepreneurs: Sixth graders Bnei-Bnot Mitzvah at "Kaplan" school in Petah Tikva.

Happy is healthy

Sixth graders at the "Kaplan" school who are part of entrepreneurship chosen in collaboration with students from Houston in the US to create a project entirely in the community.

Near the Kaplan School in Petach Tikva is the Schneider hospital for Children, which raised in the students the desire to light the Children's Chanukah candle with Schneider's sick children.

Maybe you do not know this, but there is money to buy the right to light a candle with sick children, and usually, that right is purchased by wealthy people.

A Jewish school in Houston liked the idea and they are simultaneously working to light a candle with sick children at the hospital near them.

The students decided to raise money so that they can acquire this right, as the uniqueness of their enterprise was, on the one hand, to cheer up the Schneider Children's Hospital, while on the other hand, raise funds.

It was decided that the most appropriate day to raise funds will be the locked ceremony of the Global Entrepreneurship Week 2014, So parents and many educators will come to the school to watch the ceremony, and it will then be possible to raise money for them.


Towards this day, the students used a team of teachers, including a Math teacher who is also a clown, a Theater teacher, the singer Si Heiman, who teaches a course at the school and other teachers who contributed to this happy project.

The students made smiling cookies, funny balloons, standup, fun art workshops related to laughter and more - all were offered for the fee they used to purchase the right to light the first candle with the children in the hospital.

This invitation went out to the parents:

The invitation went out to the parents


Fund raising art has become a happy day, a fun and pleasurable during which the students will raise the required amount of money for lighting the candle with Schneider's Children.

Ticket sales positions for various operating stations:

Ticket sales positions


An Example - an activity station with balloons

A work station with balloons


Another example - soap bubble games station

Soap bubbles Games Station


As mentioned above, the funding was successful, and the students were very moved that they would be able to light the first candle of Hanukkah with Schneider's children, in the presence of the director of the hospital, Professor Peres, who was delighted with the event and asked for continued cooperation. The mayor was also there and lit candles with the children.

The first candle of Hanukkah With Schneider's children

The project: Floor Painting
The young entrepreneurs: Fifth-graders from "Noam Mohaliver" in Bnei Brak.

With the decision to educate entrepreneurs in different classes in the school, "Noam Mohaliver" began preparing their favorite project.

Fifth-grade students chose a floor games venture where they had to draw in the schoolyard. These games will provide some fun for the students during their breaks.

In order for the paintings to be nice, they wanted to use a company that specializes in that, but when they realized the costs are too high, it was decided that the entrepreneur girls would paint the floor games themselves.

The girls achieved their painting financing it from sales of "sweet break".

The girls planned the paintings they drew and painted, rolled up their sleeves, used gloves and paint brushes and began the task of painting.

Floor painting

When the paint had dried, the girls were satisfied with the result and enjoyed playing with the drawings:

Enjoy playing with the drawings The girls were satisfied

The project: Tissue holder device
The young entrepreneurs: Third graders from "Noam Mohaliver" in Bnei Brak

Third-grade students from Noam Mohaliver chose to develop a tissue holder device.

The idea arose from the need of the girls who frequently had to leave the classroom to take tissues and therefore interrupted the lesson.

The girls began developing a pilot for a tissue holder device of their own for their class. If the venture succeeded, it will be expanded to more school classes.

In the first phase, each student should bring a tissue holder model, and then later on, they would use a professional handyman to produce the professional installation model based on one or a combination of the students' models.

The project: Puzzles for Nitzan's children
The young entrepreneurs: Sixth-graders from Noam Mohaliver in Bnei Brak

Sixth-graders from Noam Mohaliver volunteer on a regular basis at the Nitzan school for children with disabilities.

The students asked and received from the management of Nitzan a special place assigned to them - where they would be responsible for decorating this corner with puzzles which will be put together by the children's of Nitzan.

To raise money to purchase the puzzles, the students held various sales activities, such as selling handmade bracelets.

After they managed to raise enough money for the project, the students acquired the puzzles and with the children of Nitzan, put them together, framed them and hung them on the corner walls.

Puzzles for Nitzans' children The puzzles project

The invention: Shirt for any size
The young entrepreneurs: Yair, Geffen and Shani from the "Mordei HaGeta'ot" school in Ramat Gan

Shirt for any size project


Yair participated in the Entrepreneurship for Kids Program in the Young Leadership program within the School.

After watching the movie Back to the Future, the project idea came to Yair T-shirt for any size.

Yair co-opted Geffen and Shani and together they carried out the project.

Read in detail about the process from the start till the end of the project page: T-shirt for any size.


The project presentation:

The students' project: Storage table
The young entrepreneurs: Leadership Graduate members from the "Mordei HaGetao't" School in Ramat Gan


Grades six, seven and eight from the "Mordei HaGeta'ot" school in Ramat Gan, who chose the route - Leadership Development, participated in the Entrepreneurship for Kids Program.

The students learned all the steps the developer goes through from concept through to development and carrying.

Students who were exposed to various examples of projects also thought also about ideas for projects, which we examined together.

Many ideas were raised, but were then filtered, and it was suggested that the group would carry out only one project idea.

The idea that all members of the group felt connected to was: Storage table.

The idea came from the television series Arthur, where students of the school have classroom desks storage cells.

The TV series Arthur


This is an idea stemming from a real need of the students; Today, some students acquire a locker earlier in the year which adds up to over 100 NIS per year. Lockers are located in the hallways at school, so students who forgot their notebook or a blocker notebook from the locker, are forced to interrupt the lesson, ask the teacher to go out to bring the missing item, as well as losing their study materials, while the class continues to learn.

Lockers at school


The second option is being faced when the students don't buy a locker at all. But then the students have to carry heavy bags, which is harmful to their health.

The storage table project solved these problems, and improves the existing tables, and adds hooks for hanging backpacks on the sides of the storage table. I also had the possibility of locking the storage box with a lock, so it could be used as any kind of a locker.

The group thought together about how the table will look. They also prepared a preliminary sketch of the table.

A preliminary sketch of the table.

During the planning for the table, problems occurred which we had to solve such as: When it comes to storage tables, you need to know which table belongs to whom, especially on days when you move the tables, and then place them back again. Another problem that students came up with is how can we avoid the storage cells closing on the fingers of the students?

The entrepreneurs' students found solutions to these problems and more.

To check whether there is a demand from the students in the school for project storage table, the young entrepreneurs went to each class and presented the project.

First, the students explained the situation as it is today, that is to say the pain:

Explaining the need

Then they explained their solution and the benefits of it.

The solution benefits


Most of the school's students have expressed an interest and a desire to replace the existing tables with the Table Storage as presented by the leaders' developers.

At this point, the idea of the project must be approved by the school principal, Ronni Shasha, who approved going forward on the project, hoping to manufacture 15 storage tables, subject to costs and limited budget.

Even before the actual exercise, the young entrepreneurs presented their ideas to an experienced entrepreneurial venture, during a visit conducted by The Complex (Ha-Mitham).

Young entrepreneurs present their ideas


Further, we received assistance from a lovely woman, Orly Asaf, an architect by profession, who willingly answered our questions to her, sketched and drew according to our explanations, the first drawing, a professional sketch.

A professional sketch

We searched and we found a woodworker, Lior Tzuk who understood our intention, and had the knowledge to implement a prototype of the concept, in accordance with the professional drawing. Lior had a particularly tight deadline, and we thanked him.

Young entrepreneurs and their project


The table was placed in front of the school, and received great interest from the students, and comments like: Will we have one of these? I also thought such a table is needed, great idea and so on.

Presenting the project


The school year ended, and if the group continues next year, they will continue to promote the project, storage table at the school.

The venture of the young students: Kiosk Mordei
The young entrepreneurs: Members of the Young Leadership from the "Mordei HaGeta'ot" school in Ramat Gan

Students in grades three, four and five from "Mordei HaGeta'ot" in Ramat Gan, who chose the route Leadership Development, attended the Entrepreneurship for Kids Program, thought about ideas for projects and some of them were carried out with the guidance of the teacher, Michal Mamman.

One of the ideas was the establishment of a kiosk at the school.

The original idea was conceived by three young entrepreneurs in the group: Amichai, Ofek and Ido. Their original dream was to set up a kiosk at the school and sell sweets to students.

The developers presented their ideas to a group of entrepreneurial leadership, and the latter asked the developers' clarification questions about the project: how they will build the kiosk? Where will they get the candies? If you sell food, then who will prepare the food? Who will sell in the kiosk? When will you sell in the kiosk?

The young entrepreneurs listened to the questions, sat and thought about appropriate responses, and returned to the next meeting prepared with answers.

Additionally, they drew a model of the kiosk, as they saw it in their minds.

At this point, the idea of a kiosk was, along with other ideas, put forward in the leadership group, for the approval of the school principal, Ronni Shasha.

Ronni loved the idea, but explained that the school cannot sell sweets, as the PTA at the school has not authorized the sale of products for money.

If you think this answer discouraged the young entrepreneurs, then you would be wrong. The young entrepreneurs were determined to carry out the project, and therefore decided on the following changes:

Convenience store sold which ice cream, sandwiches and drinks.

To overcome the problem of the prohibition of sale for money, the developers decided to sell for equal money - and so it was decided that students can acquire their products in exchange for bottles refundable deposit fee of 0.30NIS per bottle.

In view of the changes in the project, which has also become a valuable educational and value for school students, school administration confirmed the realization of the project.

To be able to move forward effectively, the young entrepreneurs raised their friends Initiatives Leadership Group, who expressed willingness to participate in the project, and a group of 11 students became a leading team of an enterprise kiosk.

The group sat and thought about a name for the kiosk, raised many names, but once the name Kiosk Mordei came up, everybody expressed enthusiasm and accepted it.

The group met to discuss the pricing of those products that will be sold at the kiosk, as priced bottles.

It was decided when to open the kiosk at the school, and as a result, the entrepreneur students will begin extensive marketing activities.

They made illuminating signs announcing the opening of the kiosks using passwords, which they came up with.

During two weeks each morning, the developers went between classes and reminded students at the school to bring bottles.

Initially, the bottles came in really slowly, but a few days later, students began arriving with bags full of bottles.

Every day at recess, the young entrepreneurs collected the bottles at an agreed spot near the stage in the schoolyard.

In exchange for bottles, students received a coupon with the purchased product illustrated. They were asked to bring the coupons when the kiosk was running, and by handing over their coupons, they will receive the product they purchased. That way the young entrepreneurs could know exactly how many products to purchase and of what kind, which helped them avoid financial loss.

The bottles were collected in the room, then were classified into large bags - 180 bottles each in one bag. We took the bags to the nearest branch of the organization ELA recycling, and for the bottles, we received the deposit.

The teachers at the school were recruited for the success of the project. An email was sent to all teachers where they were asked to allow young entrepreneurs to enter the classrooms at mornings to publish the enterprise, and encourage students to bring bottles.

We can learn about the success of collecting the bottles from an email sent by one of the teachers at the school where she wrote: I am sure the kiosk will have a great success. The children in my class shop coupons in quantities that would allow them to eat popsicles 24 hours non-stop.

At the same time, the entrepreneur students brand the selling booths. They had three booths in the school, so they made a stand for each product: Popsicles, sandwiches and drinks.

On the day the kiosk opened, the entrepreneurs arrived early in the morning, prepared sandwiches from the fresh rolls that the teacher Michal bought, wore badges, received the pre-ordered ice cream, and waited in excitement for the big break, when the sales were made.

The entire school students were excited about the sale; students were directed in an orderly fashion to the kiosk stands, one Grade at a time, so that the waiting entrepreneurs, could serve them all comfortably.

At the end of the sale, the entrepreneurs gathered in the teacher's room and conducted a summary and conclusions of the venture.

The teacher Michal concluded the project kiosk Mordei as follows:

The children have experienced what it's like to be independent entrepreneurs in the field.

They may never forget this experiential process and it will always be in their memories!

I hope that the students have learned what it's like to be an entrepreneur and can initiate projects themselves without fear or apprehension.

There is no doubt that they will be leaders because they were on this project and they certainly understand that this place is not so scary.

Thanks to everyone who helped and supported behind the scenes.

Images attached.

May there be many more such ventures!


This presentation that summarizes the project kiosk Mordei:

The venture in the school: Mind Games
The young entrepreneurs: Members of the Young Leadership School "Mordei HaGeta'ot" in Ramat Gan

Youth Leadership track students in grades three, four and five, under the guidance of the teacher, Michal Mamman, initiated a day of mind games guiding students in the first and second grades.

We used the mind games from Lior - a mind game Guide.

Lior guided the young entrepreneurs, teaching them the game in advance, and explained to them the significance of being in the role of a guide.

To differentiate the young entrepreneurs from school children who came to play games, and to highlight the entrepreneurial being part of a team - we made sure to name tag the young entrepreneurs.

The entrepreneurial leaders arrived early in the morning, organized the games, defined the area and waited for the students. The first graders arrived first and during the second hour, the second graders arrived.

The result, as summarized by the teacher:

The kids had a great time, everything was neat, organized, and our young leaders worked nicely.

They explained, played with the children and felt like guides who really lead!

The young entrepreneurs have experienced the difficulty of training with small children and dealing with children who didn't cooperate.

It was beautiful to see how they managed to outdo themselves and still take care of those children to enjoy themselves in a different way.

It was amazing!

Here are images from this presentation, which shows the successful project process from beginning to end.

The project of students at school: A Play room
The young entrepreneurs: Members of the Young Leadership School "Mordei HaGeta'ot" in Ramat Gan


A group of young leaders in grades three, four and five, under the guidance of the teacher, Michal Mamman, thought about ideas for projects and after the process of thinking, asking questions, and feedback - thought about how to implement their ideas.

One of the projects was a playing room - the establishment of board games for the benefit of students in each class, so that they can play with them at recess.

The original idea, rolling up to a final project, the process, the implementation and success of the enterprise - is in this presentation.

The project: Costumarket - Costumes sales
The young entrepreneurs: Entrepreneurship course students in junior high school of democracy Lev Hasharon

A group of students in the seventh, eighth and ninth grades who participated in the entrepreneurship course from the junior high school of democracy Lev Hasharon set up a venture to sell costumes at school.

The students had planned the venture, marketed it and implemented it - with an impressive success.

A group of developers turned to all the school's students and teachers, and called them to donate costumes that have no more need for them, for the benefit of selling to the students.

All those who contributed a costume got a credit in purchasing another costume.

In this presentation, you can see the steps in action.

The project: Barbari - Healthy Bar
The young entrepreneurs: The participants in the Entrepreneurship for Kids Program from "Amirim" school in Binyamina are four, five and six grade students


Barbari - A healthy bar venture! Chosen as the children's final project for Entrepreneurship for Kids Program.

A healthy bar at school

The vision - accessibility of healthy lifestyles for children by selling fresh sweetened vegetables and fruits, colorful and stimulating to the eye with the message that fruits and vegetables can be an alternative to processed snacks.

During the work program:

- Children engaged in recruiting, organizing and selecting produce.

- The children prepared to submit and sell their produce.

- The children engaged in branding, marketing and advertising the stands.

- The children set up the stands.

- The children were pricing the products and the business model as part of carrying out the business theory that the children learned during the study of entrepreneurship.

The kids entrepreneurs

The participants in the Entrepreneurship for Kids Program from "Amirim" school in Binyamina are four, five and six grade students - guided by Hilla Attias Almagor.

The project: Selling costumes
The young entrepreneurs: Fourth graders who participated in Entrepreneurship for Kids Program from "Brenner" elementary school in Givatayim
The Young Entrepreneurs: Members of the Leadership Development classes three, four, and five at the "Mordei HaGeta'ot" school in Ramat-Gan.


The initiative's fourth graders from Brenner school in Givatayim, who participated in the Entrepreneurship for Kids Program, formulated and carried out this project towards the holiday of Purim.

The young entrepreneurs asked all the school's students to bring Purim costumes and accessories which they no longer needed.

The response was impressive, and beautiful costumes were collected, donated, and offered for sale at the school's fair.

The money collected was intended to establish the radio room at the school, and the remaining costumes and props the young entrepreneurs contributed to poor families.

The idea behind the project was to combine business entrepreneurship with social entrepreneurship.

The Initiative of the school's students Mordei HaGeta'ot in Ramat Gan:

Students in grades three, four, and five in the entrepreneurial leadership group in Mordei HaGeta'ot school in Ramat Gan, were guided by the teacher, Sarit Alfital - who came up with the project idea, planned and carried out the Costumes fair.

To ensure the success of this initiative, the young entrepreneurs asked the students to bring costumes they no longer needed and were in good condition. In return, the students received coupons entitling them to the select a costume and accessories on the fair.

Asking for costumes


The school newspaper published an article about the project, which was conducted in a joyful Purim atmosphere.

At the school newspaper Wriiten about the project


The young entrepreneurs agreed:

In the leadership entrepreneurship, we thought of an initiative related to the Purim project. As we have no ideas, we decided to hold a costume fair aimed at recycling, reuse and reduce costs for the costumes.

We divided into teams, with each team responsible for a grade and each day they moved between classrooms of each grade to collect donations of costumes, accessories and bottles.

The idea is that whoever brings a costume/prop will receive an equal value coupon and those who did not bring anything could get a coupon for recycling bottles.

During the next few days, as we walked between classes, we found that there was not much cooperation and we feared that our venture would not be successful. However, as the days passed and the date of the fair neared, the cooperation of students improved.

On the day the fair took place, all the members of the leadership came early in the morning to arrange everything. Sarit, our teacher, bought connectives and clips on which we hung the costumes, also organized desks and put our accessories on them.

Representatives handed out coupons to students, and they began to attend the fair. When the children arrived, we were very nervous because we realized that the costumes were scattered on the floor, but while it took us some time to organize, we were happy, we laughed and enjoyed ourselves very much to see everybody buying and enjoying themselves.

At the end of the fair, some costumes and accessories were left over so we donated them to the first grade so they could have a box of costumes to play with at recess. We also contributed accessories to Salit the theater teacher.

When we met a week after the Fair, Sarit told us that teachers of the 1st-5th grades said the fair was successful and that their students enjoyed it and everyone left satisfied.

We, the members of the leadership, felt proud of ourselves for being able to help students choose a costume/prop.

The young entrepreneurs: Dog Adoption Day
The young entrepreneurs: 4th graders, Entrepreneurship for Kids Program participants from "Mordei HaGeta'ot" school in Ramat Gan


17 students from the 4th grade participated in the Entrepreneurship for Kids Program. During the school year, students in the program have raised ideas for projects, and chose to focus on one project which was promoted and implemented:
Dog Adoption Day.

Dog Adoption Day


The young entrepreneurs accompanied by Shirly Ben-Yaakov science teacher, prepared a business and marketing plan for the enterprise, defined and divided the roles and worked as a team.

The dogs needing adoption were brought by Geva Zin from Geva's kennels, and the cooperation with him was very successful.

Geva's kennels


After planning the project, the students met with the school principal, Ronni Shasha, and described their plans to her and asked for her approval to commence the project.

The project was approved, and it was scheduled for Friday morning the first of June.

After receiving the approval to put the project into practice, the students marketed adoption day among school students and their parents in many different ways.

Marketing activity by students


The dogs arrived early in the morning in a special car from Geva's kennels. The entrepreneur students wore white shirts, received white hats and badges - to distinguish them as an entrepreneurial team, responsible for the adoption day.

The adoption dogs day venture was a big success: 4 dogs were adopted and have found a home.

Teri the dog was adopted Gali the dog was adopted Putch the dog was adopted Putcha the dog was adopted

The process and the steps that the entrepreneurs student experienced in this project were described and written down. Students initiate Dog adoption day

The kids' venture: Pitot bataboon
The young entrepreneurs: A group of fifth-graders participating in the Entrepreneurship for Kids Program from the "Psagot" primary school in Kiryat Bialik

5th graders from "Psagot" in Kiryat Bialik split into groups, and each group has set up an enterprise.

Nurit Ebnsitz, a host for the Entrepreneurship for kids at school, says:

One group planned and carried out the pitot in the taboon.

pitot in the taboon project


The entrepreneur students have employed their parents to assist in the work of baking the pitot, and they made sure to purchase a partially baked pitot, spread chocolate and extras like colored candies.

Depending on the costs the young entrepreneurs prepared a price list which was presented to the buyers.

Towards the actual day of the project, all the students in the schools and their parents have been updated about the project, and the response to purchase hot pita with chocolate spread directly from the taboon has become a real success.

The kids' initiative: Makeup and nail polish stands
The young entrepreneurs: Fifth graders participating in the Entrepreneurship for Kids Program from the "Psagot" primary school in Kiryat Bialik

Makeup and nail polish stands project

The Psagot school in Kiryat Bialik has 14 selected students from the fifth grade participating in the Entrepreneurship for Kids Program.

The students were divided into groups and each group chose a project to establish.

A group of students raised the idea of the project: setting up a makeup and nail polish stand for Purim.

The aim of the project was to create an atmosphere of Purim on the school as well as the experience in setting up a venture.

After processing the concept and design, the Group began their preparations: the young entrepreneurs asked school students if they wanted to contribute nail polish and makeup, and purchased nail art and other items they needed to realize the project.

After preparing and organizing the project, it was launched during the week before Purim. The group took care to set up a table and chairs - This is the stand where the young entrepreneurs did make-up for the schools' students at recess during the whole week.

The Group invested a lot of in naming the project and they chose the name. Lakipur - the name reflects the essence of the project - nail polish and makeup, but also refers to Purim - the word pur is it.

The name of the project


For the different options of makeup and nail polish, they set a symbolic price which they published in the price list, that was placed near the stand.

In conclusion, the teacher Nurit Ebnsitz who accompanied the young entrepreneurs indicates: The stand was inundated with students... there were girls who made facial makeup or normal makeup, and there were those who refused the nail polish but decorated with nail art.
The project was very successful and there was great excitement

The initiative of the kids: Coffee Shop at the School
The young entrepreneurs: A group of 5th graders from the "Psagot" school in Kiryat Bialik

Coffee shop at the School

On this page, there are a number of projects of the entrepreneur students from "Psagot" in Kiryat Bialik.

The entrepreneur students are 5th graders participating in the Entrepreneurship for Kids Program, under the supervision of the teacher and school pedagogic coordinator, Nurit Ebnsitz.

The students were divided into groups of entrepreneurs. One group established a coffee shop which worked on the day the parents' evening was held.

The young entrepreneurs planned what to sell and how their coffee shop would look like. They raised cakes from parents in the school, and sold alongside the cakes, raspberry juice for the students.

The coffee shop was a success and all profits were kept for the benefit of the school.

The Initiative: Establishing a community website
The young entrepreneurs: 6th-grade students participated in the Entrepreneurship for Kids Program from the "Kaplan" school in Petah Tikva.

20 students in the 6th grade who were selected from the "Kaplan" School to attend the Entrepreneurship for Kids Program decided to establish a technological enterprise - a web site of the school community, aimed to help the entire school community.

The students set a vision, planned the construction of the project, and worked to market it among students and parents so they could understand the benefits of the website and its contribution to students and their families.

As the students learned from their visit at Wix company and during the meetings of the Entrepreneurship for Kids Program - they should start small, and grow over time.

We deserve congratulations! - A new website was born to "Kaplan".

The young team of Kaplan entrepreneurs was excited to launch the new school's website.

The goal: mutual help to the entire school community.

To publish your inquiry, you can contact in writing through the school's reference box.

Or fill out an online form on the website.

Visit our website - To enter, click on the logo Young Entrepreneurs in "Kaplan"

Which is on the right (blue icons)

We'll meet online,

The selected young entrepreneurs

Establishing a community web site

The children's venture: Food and candy stand
The young entrepreneurs: Or, Ziv Tom Omer Barak, aged 12

Children who are participating in the Entrepreneurship for Kids Program set up a food and sweets stand for a week in the community center Sde Boker Givatayim. All the details - in the video here:

The Initiative: A stand for selling fruit juice
The young entrepreneurs: 4th and 5th graders from the "Psagot" primary school in Kiryat Bialik

Psagot school

In the primary school "Psagot" Kiryat Bialik there are 14 selected students from fifth grade who are participating in the Entrepreneurship for Kids Program.

The students were divided into groups and each group chose a project.

Four students decided to set up a stand selling fresh juices.

Since the students have learned in program meetings about the steps for planning and establishing an enterprise in order to succeed, they acted according to a plan, in which they also:

Set goals, prepared and tested a survey of school students as to what juices they want to drink, coordinated a date with the Deputy Director of the School, examined what needs to be done to establish a joint venture and where to get fruit so that they can meet the costs of the project.

Also, after checking fruit acquisition costs and the cost of preparing a glass of juice, they decided on a selling price that they will still allow them to make a profit and prepared price lists.

It was decided that the students will use their stand to sell juices during a recess at Tu B'Shvat.

The survey revealed that there is a preference for freshly squeezed orange juice and lemon-mint juice.

A stand for selling fruit juice


The students obtained the oranges and lemons from three sources: some were donated by stores in the school's area, the majority of them were brought to the school by the students - early before the day they established the enterprise, and some were purchased by the young developers.

The glasses, straws and mint - the students acquired towards the project, and the squeezing juice machine and jars they brought from home.

The students made sure to label the project: Make a sign and a price list (3 NIS per glass of orange juice and 2 NIS cup of lemon-mint juice) and on the tin they wrote: I eat garbage.


To the group of the entrepreneurs, it was important to feel that the project was their responsibility, so although the teacher Nurit Avenshitz was at their disposal, they tried to do everything themselves.

On the day of the enterprise, and to cope with the large number of school children who came to buy natural juices, the entrepreneur students group enlisted the parents of these students to come and help, and they began the squeezing work at 8:00 in the morning - so during the active break, the orders remained, and the developers kept up with the demand from the school's students.

At the end of the project, the students talked about their experiences, learned lessons and explained that they thought their venture was a great success - because we were able to sell, without making any mess and we made a profit. Revenues amounted to 645 NIS, and the profit amounted to 560 NIS. This sum is kept for the benefit of enterprises which will be established in the future by school students.

The Initiative: Kiosk at the school

The young entrepreneurs: Six students in fifth grade from the "Moreshet Moshe" school in Ramat Gan

A group of fifth graders who participated in the Entrepreneurship for Kids Program established a venture entrepreneurship week: A kiosk at the school.

The children planned the construction of the project, prepared a detailed business plan with setting goals and objectives, divided the roles and were ready to run for the ventures week.

The Initiative: Change the school's ringing bell
The young entrepreneurs: A group of students from the 7th grade middle school Hazav Alfei Menashe
The young entrepreneurs: School students Tze'elon in Be'er Ya'akov
The young entrepreneurs: School students Alumot in Tel Aviv

Change the school's ringing bell

The application at Alumot school

A group of 4th-6th graders from Alumot participated in the first year of implementation of the Entrepreneurship for Kids Program in three of the first Hackathon for students in Israel events.

As part of these events, the group of the entrepreneur students was hosted in three schools from different cities: School Kaplan in Petah Tikva school Yad Mordechai in Bat Yam and school HaShalom in Mevaseret Zion.

These visits revealed to the students, among other things, that each school's bell rang in a different way. Thus was born the idea to replace the standard ringing tone at the school to a song ring. This was encouraged by the teacher, Orna Ya'akovson.

The announcement of the project to replace the ringing among the teachers and students was made through the school's radio.

A box was placed in the school, and each student was entitled to propose an idea of a Hebrew candidacy song to replace the ringtone along with a reason - why did he believe this is a proper song?

The vote was the next step, after filtering reduced the number of songs. The final songs were played, and in a democratic electoral process, the replaced song was chosen by the majority of votes.

The application at Junior High School Hazav

Participants in the Entrepreneurship for Kids Program and youth from middle school Hazav in Alfei Menashe introduced a number of ideas for projects.


One group chose to change the school ring tone, so that instead of a standard ring, the students will hear an alternative song.

These days, students are planning the project, accompanied by the parents from the leadership of the school.

Among other things, they will apply to the management of the school and the student council for approval of the project, while they are examining the issue of copyright for the songs they want to play.

The songs will be chosen by the class who will collect the most bottles - which is from another venture of an entrepreneurs group, also from Hazav.

Parents who accompany the developer students do this through school meetings and group discussions which they opened on Facebook.

The application at Tze'elon school

The School Tze'elon composed an original anthem highlighting the uniqueness of entrepreneurship education at their school.

The ringtone at school was changed, so that now the ringtone that plays at the school is the Anthem.

The Initiative: Recycling bottles
The young entrepreneurs: A group of students from the 7th-grade middle school Hazav in Alfei Menashe


As mentioned above, the participants in the Entrepreneurship for Kids Program and youth from middle school, Hazav in Alfei Menashe introduced a number of ideas for projects.


One group chose a project which has a financial profit: collecting recyclable bottles and selling them directly to the recycling corporation - ELA.

To the young entrepreneurs, it was the challenge: to collect as many bottles as they can, and to engage school children with the project.

To do so, they joined a group of entrepreneurs who chose to change the school's ringtone, and decided to hold a competition between school classes:

The grade who collected the most recyclable bottles is the one that will select the songs that will replace the school's ringtone.

This initiative was also accompanied by parents through school leadership meetings and group discussions on Facebook.

Recycling bottles

The Initiative: Decorating School
The young entrepreneurs: A group of students from the 7th-grade middle school Hazav in Alfei Menashe

The idea to decorate the school came up by one student participating in the Entrepreneurship for Kids Program and junior high school students Hazav in Alfei Menashe.

When the students sat down to rank the ideas for projects, it seemed that this idea was not in the top priority of the group.

However, there was a discussion with facilitators on the benefits to the enterprise of this project. What can we earn from the venture? (Whether only money interests us).

This discussion motivated students to understand that entrepreneurship is not just for material gain, but it has a satisfying action, that can affect the environment, enjoying the process, and more.

Following the discussion, it was decided to implement the project of decorating the school.

Children and adolescents initiating


Entrepreneurship is not confined to adults.

As you can see here, there are also children and youth entrepreneurs, some business entrepreneurs and some are social entrepreneurs.

If you have an idea you want to share with us, you are welcome to send us an email and tell us about your initiative and even attach pictures, and we will make sure you'll appear on the site - send here.

The Initiative: 16th birthday
The young entrepreneur: Itay Perlman, 16

16th birthday

As the 16th anniversary of Itay arrived, Itay decided that, unlike the US, which is known for their famous sweet 16 celebrations, he wanted to celebrate in a different way.

Itay's choice moved me, so I asked him to tell me the story of the project: 16th birthday.

In Entrepreneurship, we learn to be alert to the environment and to identify opportunities, and that's just what Itay did.

On his Facebook page, he says that a few weeks before his 16th birthday, he had an accident, which caused him to be hospitalized for five days in the hospital.

During his stay at the hospital, Itay saw a sad 16-year-old amputee boy.

At this point, Itay decided, that when he was 16, he would celebrate with sick children in hospitals and would make them happy.

Itay said and did; Towards the 16th birthday, he purchased candies with his own money, and when people heard the reason for the purchase of candies and his good intentions, they also wanted to help him with his cause.

Itay's goodwill revealed him to the beautiful side of the Jewish culture, the sense of belonging and care that exists here.

Itay came to the hospital, and moved between the children's departments and distributed sweets to the sick children and that pleased them very much.

The satisfied feeling that Itay had for implementing his idea, the recruitment of additional people and then spreading the initiative across the various channels gave Itay the power to understand that he has the power to make a difference for good in society.

Itay would like to encourage more children like him to celebrate their 16th birthday by giving and helping others.

The Initiative: Growing and selling silkworms
The young entrepreneur: Barak, 11

Three years ago I bought some silk larvae, because I wanted to see the process of their development. At the end of the process, I had a lot of silkworm eggs, and I decided I wanted to keep them for next year.

I kept the eggs in the refrigerator in a box for years, and after the Passover holiday, I took them out of the fridge and put them in a shoebox. I made sure to keep picking them mulberry leaves from the tree, so they had something to eat as soon as the eggs hatched.

Then, I created another generation of silk-worm, but the second year I did not think about selling because I did not have so many silkworms. This year a lot of butterflies laid eggs, so the third year I had a lot of silkworms.

You can see in the picture all the silkworms.

Growing and selling silkworms

In order to sell, I just went to the garden near my house with the box of larvae and asked: Who wants silkworms? So the first day I earned 37 NIS, and it greatly encouraged me, and now, every day I go to a different garden and sell my silkworms.

To encourage children and parents to buy, I sell the larvae in a disposable plate and give them some mulberry leaves, until they pick their own.

In conclusion, I would like to say that I had fun making money by myself rather than receiving it from my parents, and the content I learned while I participated in the Entrepreneurship for Kids Program, such as a supportive environment and a deflating environment helped me to understand what I'm up against and still keep the project.

Some people said yuck, It's disgusting, and other such statements, but there were also people who encouraged me, and told me well done. Some parents even thanked me for helping them teaching their children about the life cycle of silkworms.
There were also those who said that selling silkworms is not a good example of entrepreneurship.

Learn more about the process of growing silkworms.

The Initiative: Establishing an entrepreneurship center
The young entrepreneur: Rotem Laniado, 11th grade

Rotem Laniado, 11th grade

Rotem set up at the high school Alon in Ramat Hasharon, where he studies at an entrepreneurship center called Together.

Students and teenagers come to this center during recess and after school hours to process ideas and projects, to present them to friends and hear their opinion. In addition, Rotem organizes lectures on entrepreneurship. Some are at the center of entrepreneurship in school, and some of them outside the school, including Google Campus.

The Entrepreneurship Center has existed for a year now, with the encouragement of the school principal, even though it is a school that's known for their art uniqueness.

Rotem and the young entrepreneurs have managed to combine both Entrepreneurship and Innovation to this unique school, and this is how the students got to know the art of Photoshop. The photography students were invited to hackathons to take photographs and videos and edit them, while for the music students, they developed a guitar with a tablet etc.

To encourage other young people to the Entrepreneurship Center, Rotem came to a nearby middle school in the city, and told the older students about its activities and invited them to join.

The School Director liked the initiative and organized a meeting on the subject with the Ministry of Education and the municipality.

This is a symbol of the center:

Establishing an entrepreneurship center

In Global Entrepreneurship Week 2014 Rotem came as an entrepreneur guest to lecture to parents of students. Read about it at this link.

The Initiative: Building websites
The young entrepreneur: Victor, 16

The relationship with Victor created due to the discussion he wrote at cafe Marker. Victor wrote:

What do you think about young entrepreneurs under the age of 18? I am a young entrepreneur who doesn't sit in one spot I always dream about opportunities and new possibilities. I participated in many frames as young business leaders and met with startups, and vice presidents and visited the offices of companies like Intel. While people in my age have difficulty finding a job, I'm working on new ideas. Is it good or I should come down from the clouds and be like everyone else?'

I turned to Victor and I asked him to elaborate and talk about his initiative:

From when I was in the 6th grade, I dreamt about setting up my own business. The programming field interested me, and when I began to study it seriously in high school, I realized that this was my field. I started building my site, so I have something to show my customers.

Building websites


The first customer found me on a social network where I published that I would build a free website with the aim of marketing.

When I began to work with my first customer, I got a lot of self-confidence, and I told myself that I'm on the right track to success.

My immediate environment is supportive of me and tries hard to market me.

My ambition for the future is also my business vision: that every small business (even the grocery store) would have a website, and of course that my venture will succeed.

My recommendation to young entrepreneurs is to ignore the ridicule of others. Remember only the positive comments and get motivated from them to continue until you succeed. Another recommendation: create more connections and learn to get along with people, customers and business partners.

The Initiative: Computer games
The young entrepreneur: Jonathan Shiloh, age 9

Computer games

Jonathan Shiloh, 9-year-old who loves computers and he is very familiar with the world of computer games.

At one point, Jonathan began to plan with his father, who works at Microsoft, a computer game, but then Microsoft was looking for interesting ideas for community projects.

Hence, a collaboration between the Kodu software development process and Jonathan was clear.

The Kodu allows children and adults to easily design games in a visually and friendly way, without requiring any knowledge of any programming language.

Jonathan was the one who defined the laws of the various measures that can be used in the development of games - a skill he acquired from the computer games he played so far and with great imagination.

In the exhibition that was held in April, 2012 sponsored by Microsoft to the developers' community in Israel, Jonathan and his father presented the Kodu project which was much appreciated.

At the exhibition

The success of the project has already been documented and one example is that school children in Kiryat Ono use Kudo software to develop computer games. (April, 2012)

Site users are invited to get to know Kodu.

The Initiative: Doggie sitter
The young entrepreneur: Yagel, age 14, and Hadar, age 9

Doggie sitter Take care of dogs

Yagel tells:

I have a dog named Chiquita. I take her out for a walk in the neighborhood every day. One day when I'd just been out for a walk with Chiquita, the neighbor saw me and asked me if I'd like to take her dogs for a walk too, and she would pay me for that.

The neighbor has four dogs: Puff, Tanni, Jook, Nicky

I am very glad for the opportunity, and that's exactly what I wanted to do, so I can earn some money. I asked my brother Hadar to join me, because taking out four dogs and Chiquita is really not that easy. We walk with them every day for half an hour to an hour.

It's like that for almost a year that we get to take the dogs out, and we already bought a nice ring for Mom's birthday with the money we earned.

The mother encourages us to continue, because in her opinion, it encourages us to be responsible.

Children entrepreneurs can find here the needs of dog owners. Someone who will ease the burden on them, and take their dogs for a walk at least once a day or once a week, and initiate a request for dog owners (preferably to people they know personally) and offer to do it for them. This initiative is particularly suitable for those who like dogs.

Another young entrepreneur Roy, 10, also decided to serve as Doggie Sitter. His mother says:

Roy had a dog, hence his love for dogs.

He decided that in this summer vacation, he would take care of dogs.

He approached the owner of a dog barber close to his home, and asked her to put a sign which he prepared.

This is the ad that Roy prepared:

An ad for doggie sitter

Spend many hours away from home? Going out for a few days of vacation?

I am a 10-year-old boy. I am responsible and love pets.

I would like to help you in taking care of your dog.

For example, take him outside, play with him, brush him and feed him

He will be cute and pretty.

I'm within walking distance of this store.

Want to know me? Contact me by telephone:

Because of hanging out this ad, Roy began to treat a dog named Bilbi, a tiny 4-month poodle.

Roy uses the knowledge he acquired in training dogs and even trained Bilbi to listen to him when he asked her: 'Sit down,' Come ',' Good 'and more.

Roy is pleased because he loves dogs and because he can make money on his own.

Roy in picture with Bilbi the dog.

Roy in picture with Bilbi the dog

Parents are invited to read the article by Galit Zamler: What do children learn from Doggie sitter? (In Hebrew)

The Initiative: Selling old toys and games
The young entrepreneur: Omer and Noa, ages 10.5, Guy, Amir and Ido ages 10

At the local mall floor the young entrepreneurs sell their wares: board games, toys, Gogosim, Brochures, CDs, etc.

Selling old toys and games

Noa says: My mother and my sister have a birthday soon, and I do not have enough money to buy them presents, so I decided to sell things I do not need and with the money I earn, I will buy their gifts. I also recommend other kids to come and sell things they do not need, because there are others who need them, so it is possible to make money.

Second hand project Selling second hand toys

Guy says that today, for example, he earned 40 NIS, and he is going to save the money and not rush to spend it.

The Initiative: Braiding
The young entrepreneur: Omer, aged 10.5

It turns out that Omer, who sells her old games and toys, is a serial entrepreneur;

Last year, she asked her mother to buy her small rubber bands and a special hair brush. Omer took care to bring a stool from her grandmother, that she uses in the shower. Omer had prepared a price list and priced the braids by types, so that each child will know exactly what it would cost for her to braid.

Omer went down with all the equipment to the garden next to the house and offered the girls a seat on the stool so she could braid their hair.

Braiding project

The initiative quickly became a hit and a there was a long line, all waiting for Omer to braid their hair. Omer worked until 20:00, and earned a lot of money.

Omer says: I got the idea from a trip to Eilat, where women sit and braid for a fee.

Omer's mother says: Omer is a self-confident, charismatic, creative, practical and impractical and therefore she is successful. As a mother, I support and encourage her.

The Initiative: Camp for young children
The young entrepreneur: Cherry, 12 and Nehemiah, 15

Cherry and Nehemiah live in Bnei Brak, and usually, they babysit in the afternoon. Both identified the need of mothers to have their children minded in the neighborhood: during the fasting days, the children do not go to the kindergarten, and the fasting mothers struggle to care for their children and prepare the food.

Once Cherry and Nehemiah recognized the need, they turned to mothers, they already knew and offered to send their children to a one-day camp, for a small fee.

Camp for young children

The rumor spread, and soon 20 children signed up.

Given the success, the girls decided to hold off a camp, even during vacations. They turned on their own initiative to the mothers, hung posters in the streets, got another two friends to help them - so during the holidays, children from the ages of 4 to 9 come to the camp.

The entrepreneurs say that although it's hard work because you have to plan each day's activity for all the children, prepare meals for them, take them to the garden and the responsibility is huge - it pays off. We have nothing to do on vacations anyway, and instead of babysitting only our little brothers, we're also helping other mothers and earning money.

In addition, a young entrepreneur who initiated a camp: Eden, 12 years old

 A young entrepreneur who initiated a camp

Participants / in the camp of Eden (seated second from right)

Hanna Beit Halahmi writes extensively in the -Post magazine second thoughts on the initiative of a 12-year-old girl, Eden Mendelovich, who ran a camp for children during the summer.

Children who are considering to set up a similar venture, are invited to learn from Eden.

The Initiative: Theatre plays for kids
The young entrepreneur: Itay, 11 years old

Theatre plays for kids

Itay wrote: It has already been five years since I was in 1st grade (and even when I was in kindergarten) I did children's plays.

How I thought of the idea: At first I thought about what I love to do, which could be fun for children and we have not done before in school. So I got the idea of a presentation of a play to the class where I learn.

When I was in kindergarten, I did the plays with my friend Evyatar, and when we got to first class, I asked him if he wanted to continue with the idea for another year and he agreed.

We decided we would deliver one play at the end of the year and we thought a lot about the subject of the play. In the end, we decided that the show will be about the teachers who taught us in that year.

A year later we decided to continue, but this time, we concluded that we should show it more than once, and we decided that the show will occur towards holidays and special days. We needed more players for the show to be interesting, so we did auditions that helped us to choose players, that were in fact from class and were good enough, in our opinion, to take part in the performance.

There were many preparations for each show, but first of all, we had, of course, to ask for permission to perform, and we needed to plan the show, organize costumes and accessories. We used the props we had at home.

Our target audience: students in our class, and I think they really enjoyed it.

The Initiative: Selling Tropit
The young entrepreneur: Ariel, 13 years old

Selling Tropits

Ariel, who also participated in the Entrepreneurship for Kids Program tells: I saw children selling all kinds of toys and old games, and I remembered that last year one kid sold Tropit, and succeeded. This year, that boy is not here, so I decided I would sell Tropit. I asked my grandfather to buy a box of Tropits in the market, because it is cheaper there, and I sold each Tropit for half a shekel.

Today it was the first time I sold, and for two and a half hours I managed to sell almost all the Tropits.

A woman asked me: How much is a Tropit? And although I told her it costs a half shekel, she paid me 5 NIS and told me to keep the change.

I enjoyed the sale and that people came to buy from me, and I was not ashamed to walk around the children and ask them if they wanted to buy a Tropit.

The Initiative: Design and selling jewelry
The young entrepreneur: Elamar, 11 years old

Design and selling jewelry

Elamar writes: I participated in the Entrepreneurship for Kids Program and after the program, I wanted to do something where I could also earn money.

I thought, what can I do? Then I got an idea: make bracelets and necklaces and sell them.

The first piece I made did not come out so well, the second piece was better, but not perfect, and the third was amazing, and I make jewelry and sold them.

Young entrepreneur's project

Elamar answers questions:

Who encouraged you?

My parents encouraged me.

Why had you specifically decided to make bracelets and necklaces?

Because I thought I knew how to make beautiful jewelry and I had the materials... and it's pretty easy and can be combined with an entire business from small bracelets ... and necklaces...

How was your first sale?

My first sale was fun. I was very excited and I knew I'd succeeded and I did not give up.

The Initiative: Collecting bottles for recycling
The young entrepreneur: Shlomi, age 16 and Tomer age 10

Collecting bottles for recycling

Shlomi, Tomer and another friend collect bottles and receive the deposit in return.

In The Marker Site (in Hebrew), you can read about their own initiative. How did the idea come up and how to implement it in practice.

The Initiative: Entertainment for birthday
The young entrepreneur: Adaia, 14 years old

Entertainment for birthday


Adaia Gal is operating birthday parties for children. The initiative began by chance, but Adaia saw that it was good and kept going.

In The Marker Site, Adaia tells about her venture, preparation, and how to reach customers.

The Initiative: The preparation and selling of artworks
The young entrepreneur: Lee Keren, 9

The preparation and selling of artworks

Lee Keren did not watch television for 100 days, during which she learned from others what entrepreneurship is?, and who is an entrepreneur? What is the difference between a successful entrepreneur to a failing one, negotiation, public relations and advertising, and how humor and optimism can help achieve goals?.

Lee, who loves art, studied how she could make her hobby into a source of income as well. Read about it in this article published on the ET ZE site.

The Initiative: Purchases on Ebay And selling in Israel
The young entrepreneur: Or, 12.5 years old

Purchases on Ebay And selling in Israel

Or, a child of 12.5, took part in the Entrepreneurship for Kids Program. On the one hand, he likes computers and on the other, he has a highly developed commercial sense, and is interested in entrepreneurship. The combination of these factors resulted in him browsing on eBay's site, where he found that covers for iPod with the characters of the common Angry Birds game are selling at a very low price, compared to their prices in the country.

Or took the initiative, asked his father to get him 10 covers, calculated how much he should sell each cover for so that he can benefit and the buyers will also be satisfied. In view of the high cost of similar coves in the country, Or decided to sell each cover 3 times more than the purchase price he paid on - eBay. At the same time, Or turned to his friends and invited them to purchase these covers.

Before the covers arrived in Israel, Or already had two orders. Everyone enjoyed this initiative, including Or and the buyers that obtained the covers at less than half the price they are selling for in the country.

Covers for iPod

source: Ebay site

The Initiative: An orange juice Stand
The young entrepreneur: Tomer 12.5, and Ohad 13.5

An orange juice Stand

Before Summer Vacation starts, Tomer and Ohad thought about how they could keep themselves busy in the summer and earn money.

The idea that Tomer came up with was: the establishment of an orange juice stand near the local mall, a place to reach parents and children.

Tomer and Ohad tell: Already during the school period, we planned and calculated how much the oranges will cost us, disposable cups, trash bags and straws, and accordingly we have decided on the price: for a little cup - 4 NIS and for a big cup - 6 NIS.
Ohad's father helped by purchasing the oranges, and Tomer brought the orange squeezer from home.

To the question: Is your venture successful? They reply: it's going great. Today we already earned 100 NIS. And at the end of the day, we share the profits equally.

If you want to know what Tomer and Ohad do with the money, then here's the answer: We are saving.

The two young entrepreneurs

In the picture - Tomer and Ohad, the young entrepreneurs

Tomer and Ohad made sure to wear orange shirts - in the orange color and a name tag pinned to their shirt - just like with real business.

The Initiative: Selling popcorn
The young entrepreneur: Geffen - 13, Nufar 10, Shaked 9.5 - and Zohar 13.5 years old

Selling popcorn


Shaked and Nufar search what to sell to make money. They talked with Geffen and Zohar and persuaded them to join it.

Joint thinking proposed the idea: selling popcorn to passersby in the local mall complex.

The girl entrepreneurs prepared their own popcorn booth, and to attract customers, Nufar made chocolate balls, and Zohar and Geffen purchased drinking bottles.

The girls: we did not really know how much to sell, so when we started, we asked one man: 'How much are you willing to buy?' And so we set the price based on the amount they are willing to pay us.

Question: is your venture successful? They replied, We earned a lot, but we managed to spend everything...

The initiative: Nail neutering stand
The young entrepreneur: Two girls from Ramat Gan, aged 13

Nail neutering stand

The two girls decided to open a vanity area where they propose to apply nail polish for the girls.

For this purpose, they bought nail polishes in a variety of colors, made a sign and set up in a busy area.

As you can see from the price list, they switched between transparent nail polish and colored nail and offered:

Applying nail polish on both hands NIS 7

Applying clear polish on both hands - NIS 4

Watch more ideas for projects by children who participated in the Entrepreneurship for Kids Program.

Projects by young students