How You Can Help Kids Learn with a Kidcreate Studio Franchise!

How You Can Help Kids Learn with a Kidcreate Studio Franchise!

Ever since the No Child Left Behind Act was enacted in 2001, art programs in schools have been steadily declining. These programs have been deemed nonessential, as schools are now focusing more on the sciences. This has been happening despite the fact that experts agree that there are many benefits to learning about both art and science that supports the positive impact of art in schools. Some of these benefits, according to PBS, include:

  1. Increased Motor Skills – Many hand movements help students to increase their motor skills, such as using a paintbrush or coloring. Scissors especially aid in dexterity. Often times, schools have benchmarks in place to measure students’ motor skills and they expect them to reach a certain level by kindergarten.
  2. Visual Learning – Many different art forms help students to develop visual-spatial skills, which is very important in the digital age. Children are taking in more visual information at a younger age and art can assist them in navigating a world filled with graphic symbolism. Dr. Kerry Freedman says, “Art education teaches students how to interpret, criticize, and use visual information, and how to make choices based on it.”
  3. Innovation – When children are allowed to express themselves artistically, it helps to develop their inventiveness. In a world where it is an advantage to be forward-thinking, innovative people can be a great asset in the current job market.

Art Franchising Opportunities

There are many other advantages to art programs, such as decision making, language development, and improved academic performance. Parents know the importance of art in their children’s lives and they are seeking alternatives to underfunded (or nonexistent) school programs. This is why art franchises, such as Kidcreate Studio, are becoming more and more popular! It is an excellent franchise option, as it is recession-resistant, there are multiple revenue streams, and our model allows Owners freedom and flexibility.

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MAKE YOUR MARK.

TAKE THE FIRST STEP.

Kidcreate Studio is a growing movement of entrepreneurs, inspired to bring creativity and fun to kids through award-winning curriculum.

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10 Lessons that Art Teaches

10 Lessons that Art Teaches

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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Summer Camps – US Market Research Report

Summer Camps – US Market Research Report

The Summer Camps industry is similar to the Party and Events Planning industry in that its growth can be heavily attributed to a decrease in unemployment growth and an increase in disposable income. In addition to these two driving forces, though, people are spending more and more money on outdoor recreational activities. All of these things, combined with an increased determination in parents, when it comes to their children’s health and education, means that this industry is worth approximately $3 billion – a number that is expected to increase every year for the next five years.

While there is some concern in the industry regarding actual summer camps, it’s important to remember that Kidcreate Studios is way more than just summer camps – this is just one way that we take advantage of our multiple business models and add to our revenue streams.

Art and Academic Achievement

Art and Academic Achievement

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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Party and Event Planners – US Market Research Report

Party and Event Planners – US Market Research Report

Kidcreate Studios works in multiple industries which allows us to take successfully take advantage of multiple business models and revenue streams. One of the main industries that we work in is the Party (and Event Planners) industry.

This industry has grown well over the last five years as unemployment has decreased and disposable income has increased. It is estimated that in 2018, alone, this industry will be worth approximately $5 billion – and it’s in a position to increase from here.

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How Kidcreate Studio Simplifies Business Technology

How Kidcreate Studio Simplifies Business Technology

The rise of technology in small business has helped catapult entrepreneurs into the mainstream market, giving them the ability to compete with bigger brands while helping streamline their operations. In fact, technology assists small-business owners in leveraging capital to improve aspects of the business such as profits, productivity, customer service and the ability to market more efficiently and to a larger audience.

Oftentimes, understanding and implementing various forms of business technology can be daunting for business owners, who must first determine the technology best suited for their needs, then learn how to utilize it and weave it into the current business model.

For Kidcreate Studio franchisees, all the legwork has been done. With a seamless integration of multiple technology-based systems in place, from initial training to ongoing support, franchisees are given all the tools necessary to succeed:

Class-Tracking Software is custom designed to allow franchisees to record where classes have been offered, track class performance and organize curriculum information.

Database Management is customized with a variety of web forms to help build and grow a database which also generates sales leads. In addition, the software serves as an all-in-one sales and marketing program, hosting more than 20 customized marketing campaigns, sending weekly newsletters, automating customer surveys and assisting in employee task allocation.

Online Registration system is fully integrated, automatically transferring customer information where it needs to be. From start to finish, the online registration process includes payment processing, a confirmation email, addition of the student’s name to the class roster and the customer’s data imported into the franchisee’s Kidcreate Studio database.

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If you are looking to start a business with positive, outgoing and business savvy operators in markets across the U.S, please follow this link to learn more about Kidcreate Studio franchise opportunities! Kidcreate Studio offers art classes, summer camps, art-themed birthday parties and retail items while Kidcreate On-The-Go Studio goes portable creating partnerships within the community to bring the same great teachers and curriculum to other facilities such as; community education, parks and recreation and care programs along with preschools, daycares and Montessori’s. In turn, filling the void left behind with the decline in funded visual arts programs.