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He’s Baaack! Caine’s Arcade 2

Caine's Arcade 2

Welcome to Shafspiration!   In this series, we’ll be re-posting the most inspiring and informative articles (and videos) on the web supplementing our family’s journey of entrepreneurism – not only because learning is one of our goals for the journey – but it also adds to the fun and AdVenture.

Recently, we shared the story about Caine, a young boy who became an entrepreneurial sensation by creating an arcade from scratch.  Several months and a fully funded college education later, he’s back….this time as part of a global movement celebrating kids’ creativity.  I gotta admit, I’m excited for this whole project.  I think it’s a great thing for parents to see, especially those who are creating an over-structured environment for their children.  And while Caine obviously caught a break when Nirvan Mullick came across his original arcade, this young boy and his creativity won’t be going anywhere soon.  Enjoy!

Have you ever tried giving your kids several cardboard boxes to see what they can make?  Why not?

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  1. Our most recent cardboard creation is still sitting around the house. The boys made a World War II bomber big enough for both of them to ride in. (Cooper is obsessed with WWII airplanes).

    September 20, 2012
  2. Kirsten, I think this is just awesome. I love the creativity in/with your family. I would imagine there are very few dull moments in your house – except when you want them, of course.

    September 25, 2012

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