Summer is meant for refreshing drinks like lemonade! Give your kids a fun hobby during summer break where they can learn entrepreneur skills disguised in a DIY Lemonade Stand for kids! Kids are really creative and love inventing and doing new things. This lemonade stand is a perfect opportunity for them to grow those skills.
DIY Lemonade Stand for Kids
I remember growing up on a block full of kids. We created a kids club where everyone had to pay weekly dues and then we chose collectively how to spend our club money. Other times we planned our own kid’s garage sale, and before computers were a thing, we made activity pages for kids that we sold to neighbors. We were always looking for ways to make money while having fun!
This nostalgic lemonade stand kit is a great way for kids to learn about investing in a business, making a profit, organization skills, and much more. Plus they will have the BEST time doing it! Giving them creative opportunities like this can spark their future endeavors too!
Included in the DIY Lemonade Stand PDF is:
Lemonade Garland Buntings to hang at their stand
A Price List
Cupcake toppers (or print on sticker paper for stickers)
Lemonade stand Invitations
It’s everything kids need to organize their own lemonade stand! Click the image below to get the kit.
What can kids sell at their lemonade stand?
- Water bottles
How much should kids charge for lemonade?
Anywhere between 50 cents and $1 is typical. You can always add a tip jar and start with a small amount of change in it to encourage others to give a tip.
While you’re here, check out these lemonade recipes: Lemonade, Easy Lemonade Cupcakes, Raspberry Lemon Popsicles
We highly recommend kids host their stand in a dry shaded spot. We hope your kids have a fantastic time creating memories!
Leslie Susan Clingan says
I stopped at a lemonade stand last summer. It was a run by a young high school gal raising money for a charity. The lemonade was soooo good and it was red hot that day.
Love this diy you have created. You are so clever. I think it is important to encourage children to learn how to make money, respect and save money at an early age.
And those lemonade doughnuts!! Yes, please. Have never used protein powder before in anything but smoothies. Would really like to try this recipe.