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We gave the kids feedback, helped build a prototype of their business, taught advertisement and how to sell their products.” Judging by the mini cash registers each kid brought that were full by the end of the event, the Woodmont fifth graders definitely learned their lessons and prospered from it.“It’s really fun to make our own business and then sell our own products,” said fifth grader Raihanna Shamsudin.“The program teaches how to sell and market your products, and how to make them pop from the competition.” Some young entrepreneurs were able to sell out their product inventory, ranging from scented candles, to bookmarks and magnets, plants, greeting cards and even bath salts.And the parents, customers and school staff were proud to see their kids succeed in the TREP$ program.MONTVILLE, NJ - Children are the future, and the fifth graders of Woodmont Elementary demonstrated that they can be the next generation of entrepreneurs when they held their third annual TREP$ Marketplace on May 10.Held within Woodmont's gymnasium, over 100 Montville residents, friends and family arrived and shopped around 30 different vendors.Visit and read your exclusive Montville news at TAPinto Montville 24/7 for FREE: TAPintoMontvilleSign up to receive FREE TAPinto news in your email inbox: Follow TAPinto on Twitter: @Montville TAP Like us on Facebook: https:// TAP/ Download the FREE TAPinto App!Click here for Android - Click here for i OS to get news as it is happening.
Prior to this day, the fifth graders attended workshops for two months.
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This event is part of a program by TREP$ ED, LLC, a non-profit organization from Fairfield that provides schools, parent associations, and local organizations with TREP$™, a comprehensive project-based entrepreneurship curriculum designed for students in the fourth through eighth grades.
At Woodmont, TREP$ is specifically open to the fifth grade students, who get to learn the business basics, make homemade products, design print ads, develop business plans and sales techniques, and finally at the big event, sell their goods to customers.“TREPS makes us learn to run a business, learn a price and work with friends as a team.” Shamsudin developed a coaster business, known as “Coaster City,” with her fifth-grade classmates, Julia Aydemir and Lena Takhim.