Over the last several years we at Kidcreate have managed to create a one-of-a-kind business. Using our unique art program to offer both a brick and mortar studio location and an on-the-go partner program, we have managed to create some of the strongest unit economics in the kids franchise industry. These programs, along with our tried and true business model, make opening your own Kidcreate a breeze. If starting your own kid friendly franchise excites you, we want to talk to you.
TWO BUSINESSES IN ONE
We are the one and only children’s arts and craft franchise with a real, physical, brick and mortar studio. In our beautiful studios we are able to offer customers studio classes, art-themed birthdays and retail sales.
Allows you to bring our highly sought-out curriculum to private schools, community centers, preschools and more. Kidcreate Studios offers a fantastic marketing channel to bring new loyal customers to your studio.
In the last decade we have worked hard and have experienced strong success. Kid friendly franchises are becoming increasingly more lucrative, now booming to a $25 billion industry, and Kidcreate has found a unique approach to tapping into that industry. Not only does our business model set us apart, but it also allows us to bring in our great teachers and our award winning curriculum which exposes children to a variety of different art materials and techniques.
Setting us apart from other brands is our four revenue streams that we offer, namely studio classes and camps, On-the-Go programs, host parties and events, and products for sale. As opposed to other art franchises, we keep the mess out of the home and do our best to create a truly great work-life balance. Utilizing these streams Kidcreate enjoys some of the strongest economics in the kids franchise industry.
Declining public art education creates an unmet need, which is exactly where the Kidcreate comes in. We fill a growing void and address parents’ increased concerns for their children’s future. Art is a great way to enrich any program’s curriculum. It is tons of fun and great for the brain too! Plus, a Kidcreate activity is so easy. We supply the curriculum, teachers, art materials, giggles and grins! We believe that by helping children grow, we help ourselves grow. We give parents peace-of-mind by bringing art back into the lives of children.
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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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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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Makeeka never dreamed she would be a business owner, but is over-joyed by her choice to make a passion into a career. A previous veteran, Harris served 10 years with the army before deciding to change her career goals. She felt as though her service in the military prepared her for skills in great customer service, emotional intelligence, and empathy; all essential abilities for a Kidcreate Studio owner.
Makeeka, a mother of three daughters and one stepson, believe Kidcreate is a great family-functioning business. She states:
“My favorite part about owning and operating a Kidcreate Studio is seeing the joy and excitement on my students’ faces! I enjoy getting messy with them and helping them create cool projects that they go home and brag to their parents about. I enjoy a job that really focuses on children, their ideas and their own creative development.”
When kids participate in creating arts and crafts, there are many movements involved. From holding a paintbrush to coloring with a crayon, a child’s fine motor skills progress through this hands-on approach to education. Other actions, such as using scissors, help develop the dexterity children need for writing.
2. Language Development
In addition to getting their hands physically dirty creating art, children have the opportunity to expand their vocabulary by learning words for colors, shapes and various actions. This helps children use descriptive words to discuss their creation, and will help them express what feelings are elicited from observing different types of art by the time they are in elementary school.
Studies show art education strengthens both critical-thinking and problem-solving skills in young children. The process of creating art gives children choices and urges them to make decisions in the course of creating their art – a crucial skill that translates into other parts of life. For example, exploration through art will encourage children to try new ideas in other areas of life. Not only will this further spark creativity and imagination, but children can also use critical thinking to react to new experiences and problem-solve when necessary.
4. Cultural Awareness
Exposing children to a variety of interpretations on society is a great way to help them understand the nuances of their surroundings and embrace the differences they see around them in the diverse society we live in today.
5. Encourages Neural Connections
Because art employs any or all of the senses, such as sight, sound, taste and smell, the synapses in the brain of a small child fire away as they experience situations that immerse their senses and further encourage their creativity. In fact, a young brain makes billions of new connections with every bit of new knowledge it is exposed to. In young children, artistic activities lead to the formation of well-rounded personalities, good attachment, self-esteem and better mental health.
Summer is approaching quickly and it has a lot of parents wondering how they can keep their children occupied and learning throughout the summer months. Kidcreate Studio summer camp is not only a way to keep your children busy, it will also keep them engaged and learning through art education activities.
Kidcreate Studio offers three and four-day,half-day camps designed to inspire, educate, and entertain young artists. These programs are between $99 and $150 and are available to children as young as 3-years-old.