NMSU’s Arrowhead Center offers free classroom materials to elementary teachers in NM

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A still from “What is an Entrepreneur?,” a short animated video that is part of a suite of materials created by New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center in collaboration with NMSU Media Productions.

Just in time for National Entrepreneurship Week, which takes place this week, a new resource is available to elementary school teachers throughout New Mexico who want a fun and free way to introduce concepts of entrepreneurship and teamwork into their classrooms.

Innoventure Jr. – part of the Innoventure suite of K-12 entrepreneurship education programs created by Arrowhead Center at New Mexico State University – offers free online activity books, reusable workbooks and animated videos in English and Spanish that introduce elementary students to ideas like brainstorming, collaboration, problem-solving and goal-setting.

An introduction to using the entire suite of Innoventure Jr. materials, a teachers’ guide, the series of animated videos and a sampling of workbook activities are available as free downloads at arrowheadcenter.nmsu.edu/innoventurejr. Teachers can also email Bradford at ambradfo@nmsu.edu or call 575-646-7148 to request materials, ask questions or schedule a classroom visit from the Innoventure team.

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