Pizza Parlor Entrepreneurship Activity
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Start a pizza parlor with this problem-based learning entrepreneurship activity. This full entrepreneurship simulation starts with the mayor handing out $1,000 grants to build businesses. Choices made at the beginning of the game, like how big the restaurant will be, will affect the business later.
Along the way, students can get creative with creating a business name and logo, learn key business and sales terms, marketing techniques, and budgeting skills. The end includes a reflection.
This lesson can be adapted for multiple grades but was designed for grades 4-7. Math skills, problem-solving skills, and budgeting are frequent skills.
There are 21 pages of activities and 3 pages of answer keys/teacher guides.
- Definitions Review
- Creating a Logo
- Buying a Building
- Choosing Your Pizza Sizes
- Custom Pizzas
- Fixed Costs and Variable Costs
- Creating Add-on Menu Items
- Building Inventory
- Create a Menu
- Competitive Advantage
- Create an Advertisement
- Create a Coupon
- 3 Order Sheets
- 2 DIY Order Sheets
Looks great! I haven’t used it yet but plan to this semester! My students will be excited!
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