A New Approach to Education Franchises

A New Approach to Education Franchises

We live in a time when parents and teachers are looking for new ways to educate their students and children. It’s more common now than ever to consider homeschool options and to shop for online resources in order to facilitate a home study program.

Kidcreate Studio is an education franchise that offers homeschool classes to enhance art exploration, creativity and experimentation to kids. Our classes give young students a chance to get messy, try new things and develop useful skills. Research has shown that exposure to art classes boosts self-esteem, teaches advanced cognitive abilities, improves spatial-temporal skills and is part of a well-balanced education.

Because public funding for art classes is being drastically reduced, educators are having to look elsewhere for such opportunities. That’s where our education franchise is filling a significant need within our communities.

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One of the most exciting components of the Kidcreate franchise model is our operating profit percentage. For us to legally disclose this information, you will need to see our Franchise Disclosure Document. To obtain the FDD, we ask that you first request more info, and we will then be in touch to get you our numbers.

*Please refer to Item 19 of our 2020 Franchise Disclosure Document

The Kidcreate Advantage

When you operate a Kidcreate Studio, you’re intersecting with three lucrative industries: education and tutoring ($102.8 billion), birthday parties ($25 billion) and summer camps ($3.5 billion). Franchise Owners also appreciate other benefits.

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Fulfillment and Flexibility

When you leave the corporate world to run your own education franchise, you’re choosing to take charge of your future. You will love the satisfaction that comes from delighting children with the amazing gift of art, all while striking a healthy balance between work and home life.

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Two Models to Choose From

If you’d like to start small and scale up, a great way to do that is by investing in a mobile franchise until it’s doing well enough you can think about opening a brick and mortar studio. There are advantages to both models. Going mobile means offering clients the convenience of showing up at their doorstep, while running a studio gives you a place to accommodate camps, birthday parties, and your own classes.

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Resilient, Low Risk

As an experiential business, our hands-on setup means we won’t be replaced by technological advancements. We were able to thrive during the recession of 2008-2009 and have adapted to the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s reassuring to offer a valuable service that parents and teachers are eager to take advantage of, regardless of the times we live in.

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“I always had the aspiration of being a business owner but didn’t exactly know which field would suit me best. When Kidcreate Studio was presented to me, I knew this was the business. It provides an encouraging environment for kids to learn, be creative, and most importantly have fun! I am honored to be able to bring Kidcreate Studio to my hometown in Prior Lake-Savage, MN.”

– Carrie Berger


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More to Shout About

As if all that isn’t exciting enough, we also have an exceptional support team on hand ready to assist you at every stage of your journey. Kidcreate Academy will instruct you with all there is to know to start your own studio. We’re here to help with marketing and to ensure you have the latest curriculum based on current trends. Inquire below to learn more today.

Ready to get started? Put your leadership skills to the test today with our kids entertainment franchise opportunity.



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