2. Tutoring Service Provider
Kids can share their knowledge by tutoring younger kids in their school or neighborhood who need help with specific subjects.
Tutoring Services help kids improve their knowledge because sharing knowledge helps them to become more knowledgeable.
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Kids can also use their creativity and innovation skills to come up with various ideas regarding new products and services, create those products and services or even sell their ideas. Ideas can also be sold to others who want to develop them for themselves.
For example, Sania, a 14 year old, created Sania Box and raised $8000 on Kickstarter.
Kids typically have various artistic skills such as drawing, paper crafting, and painting. So, these artistic kids can use their skills and artwork to sell directly to customers. In addition, artwork created by kids has its own fan base.
For example, 12-year old Moonpreneur, Deleena created a short-animated covid-awareness campaign for NFT platforms.
5. Balloon Artist
Balloon artists are kids who work at festivals and special events. So, if a kid knows how to create different kinds of items out of balloons, the kid can charge customers individually or can support event organizers by providing these services.
6. Greeting Card Maker
Making greeting cards is a popular activity among children. But, they usually make greeting cards for themselves, to give to their friends or family members. But, this can also be used as a business concept. Kids can create and sell various types of greeting cards based on their interests.