Bring Lemonade Day Calgary to your class

Guide your class through Lemonade Day’s 15-step curriculum and help them start, own, and operate their own lemonade stand on July 20, 2024. FREE for your classroom thanks to the support of generous sponsors.

Did you know?

Only 28%

of parents are currently talking to their kids about money

1 of 5 teens

lack basic financial
literacy skills

 3 of 4 kids

feel confused about what school learning has to do with the real world

Age 8 to 14

is a critical window for developing saving and spending habits

Lemonade Day brings
classroom concepts
to life

Lemonade Day expands your classroom curriculum and provides youth with a fun
opportunity to apply their learnings in a safe, real-world environment.

How to get your class engaged


Request an intro call with our team

Complete this form to request more information about Lemonade Day Calgary and learn how we’ll set you and your classroom up for success.


Register your class

Register your students for Lemonade Day online. All registrants receive access to individual printed workbooks and/or the My Lemonade Day app.


Teach the Lemonade Day lessons

We equip you with a Teacher’s Guide that includes lesson plans, a customizable program timeline, and a Best Practices Guide to help you along the way. Lessons can be completed in four, 1-hour sessions or seven, 20-30-minute sessions.


Encourage parents and guardians to support

Teach the lessons, then encourage parents and guardians to help their youth put the plan into action. Students work with their parent or guardian to shop for supplies, build the stand, and get all their cups in a row before July 20, 2024.


Cheer your students on and visit their stands

We know school’s out for summer (hooray!), but if you’re around on July 20th, why not stop by a few students’ stands and show your support? Following Lemonade Day, we’ll send you a Classroom Impact Report with your students’ results (if reported).

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I met my goals. I learned A LOT. I have $20 for a toy, $60 for the Children’s Hospital, and lots to put in the bank.

Charlie, Age 6
Lemonade Day Entrepreneur, 2023

I want to put up a lemonade stand every year until I earn enough money to start my own business.

Shriya, Age 8
Lemonade Day Entrepreneur, 2023

I was a little scared no one would want to buy my lemonade, but I did it anyways. And I made up my own jokes to tell people.

Fern, Age 6
Lemonade Day Entrepreneur, 2023

The hardest thing I faced was talking to people. I felt shy at the beginning, and then I learned it was better to be brave and friendly.

Millie, Age 5
Lemonade Day Entrepreneur, 2023

We thought selling lemonade would be fun, and guess what? It is! Plus, it’s cool to have our own little business.

Josiah (Age 11), Isaiah (Age 9), and Elias (Age 7)
Lemonade Day Entrepreneurs, 2023

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