Rummage your closets for things that your children have either outgrown or don’t use anymore but are still in good working condition. Classify items by type and arrange them on a table with your child’s help. Make posters and hang them in the barangay hall and other places in your neighborhood where it’s allowed. When assigning the prices, be realistic. Keep in mind that these are items that you would otherwise dispose of, and earning from them is actually just a bonus.
2. Sell sago’t gulaman, ice drop, halo halo and other kakanin
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Any business involving food is almost always a hit, for what’s summer without halo-halo? You and your kids could bond while preparing the ingredients. Assign to them the task of mixing the gulaman powder and water, or get them involved in forming the palitaw balls. If they’re too young to assist in cooking, they can help make the signage and labels for your selling stall using their craft supplies. It’s also an opportunity to introduce to your kids the rich flavors of native delicacies.
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