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To give their kids a head start on crucial business skills, parents are pouring money into unconventional extracurriculars, from high-end baseball card collecting to social etiquette for 6-year-olds

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Some parents, skeptical of school curriculums and eager to level their kids up before they enter the working world, are investing in extracurriculars that'll teach their children essential life and business skills.
The activities - including race car driving, selling baseball cards, and social etiquette - can cost several thousand dollars a year.
Parents Jacqueline and Jonathan Sanchez invested more than $50,000 into building a real estate company to give their four- and six-year-old kids hands-on experience running a small business.
"Our oldest doesn't ask us to buy him the latest toy...
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