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Young Entrepreneurs Learn Money's Value By Selling Old Clothes, Toysi
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May 08, 2013 11:03 AM
Kids aged five years and older are learning what it is like to own a business by selling things at a children’s flea market in the city of Pasadena, California. Children and parents scour the market for fun things to buy, from old toys to clothes and things the young entrepreneurs made themselves. Elizabeth Lee has details from Pasadena.

Young Entrepreneurs Learn Money's Value By Selling Old Clothes, Toys

Published May 08, 2013

Kids aged five years and older are learning what it is like to own a business by selling things at a children’s flea market in the city of Pasadena, California. Children and parents scour the market for fun things to buy, from old toys to clothes and things the young entrepreneurs made themselves. Elizabeth Lee has details from Pasadena.


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