Kidcreate Studio offers three different artsy options that are valuable for customers and for Franchise Owner’s revenue streams: Registration based classes, group activities, and community events.
What are Registration Based Classes?
Registration based classes are a type of class or camp that is offered with the hopes that families enroll their children. It is not guaranteed to run but the majority of them typically do. There are minimum enrollment numbers predetermined. The minimum number of children enrolled must be met in order to enable the class or camp to run.
Registration based classes are offered at the Studio, through Community Education and Parks and Recreation Programs along with daycares, preschools, and Montessori’s.
What are Group Activities?
This type of class is booked by a program or organization with the idea that all the children will be participating in the activity. Group Activities are offered through Care Programs, Scout Troops, Daycares, Preschools, Montessori’s, Church Groups, and “Moms” Groups. Different terminology is used when referring to this type of class, including outreach programs, in-center activities, and field trips.
These types of class bookings tend to be for a very large number of kids and can be very profitable!
What are Community Events?
For Community Events, an art station is set up where the kids at the even can create a predetermined art activity. Any of the children at the even can participate if they so choose!
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Elliot Eisner was a professor of Art and Education at the Stanford Graduate School of Education. Considered one of the United States’ leading academic minds, he was active in several fields, including arts education, and he was the recipient of a University of Louisville Grawemeyer Award in 2005 for his work in education.
In his book The Arts and the Creation of Mind, Elliot Eisner describes 10 different skills that are not only applicable to children (and people of all ages) but also applicable to life.
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We have a new Kidcreate Studio opening in Savage, Minnesota and would like to welcome Carrie Berger to the Kidcreate Family!
Carrie Berger spent 20 years in business administration working for large Fortune 500 companies. She always had the aspiration of being a business owner but didn’t exactly know which field would suit her best. In 2017, her goal was to find a franchise that would allow her time with her family and be a benefit to the community. When Kidcreate Studio was presented to her she knew this was the business for her. It provides an encouraging environment for kids to learn, be creative, and most importantly have fun! Carrie is honored to be able to bring Kidcreate Studio to her hometown in Prior Lake-Savage, MN.
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It was established long ago that children benefit from learning art. Art teaches children many things, from creativity to problem-solving to confidence, and more; yet, across the entire country, school districts continue to cut back in order to focus on reading, writing, arithmetic, and other STEM-related curriculums. Why?
While it’s true that reading, writing, math, and science and technology-related programs are vital to a children’s education, there are numerous studies that show that art education has an enormously positive measurable impact on academics for children – that stays with them throughout their lives.
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