This era of entrepreneurship offers multiple possibilities for families to work as teams in small businesses. These endeavors, undertaken with your oversight and supervision, offer children the opportunity to use their talents and imagination as they learn to be timely and diligent. Here are some of the best business ideas you can undertake with your kids.

Care for Lawns and Clean Houses

Lawn care and gardening provide great summer activities for children in which they work outdoors beautifying landscapes. When the weather turns, they can undertake indoor jobs such as washing dishes, dusting, and vacuuming for relative and neighbors.

Sell Artwork Online

If your kids have artistic talent, consider helping them sell their paintings, sculptures, jewelry, and other handmade goods on the internet. Numerous online marketplaces provide space in which you can list products, set prices, and contribute to seller forums.

Write Children’s Books

Take advantage of the countless memorable anecdotes from your children’s lives to author books for kids. Use input and illustrations from your children to turn these ideas into stories with inspiring lessons.

Babysit and Pet Sit

Your older kids can learn responsibility by caring for others in the form of babysitting or caring for pets. Several websites offer opportunities to post qualifications and availability for these services.

Tutor Younger Children

Another possibility among business ideas for older children is to provide tutoring services for younger kids in subjects in which they excel. You can help by overseeing tutoring sessions and giving them lifts to and from appointments.

Repair Computers

It’s not unusual for kids with a penchant for technology to be more tech-savvy than their parents. If this is the case with your children, perhaps they would enjoy the opportunity to repair computers for relatives, neighbors, and others that become aware of their services through flyers or social media advertisements.

For more advice on business ideas for families, get in touch with IRC Commercial Lending.