As school comes to a close, working parents plan childcare and activities for their kids to keep the “I’m bored blues” at bay. For lots of kids, summertime fun is filled with playdates, camps, activities and the beach. For working parents, keeping kids active and out of trouble can be challenging.
Franchise Solutions has put together a list of franchise and business opportunities which solve two problems at once; earning a living that is flexible enough to spend time with your kids while they are out of school. Tell us which franchise opportunities excite you and your family.
Skyhawks Sports Camps for Kids – The name of the franchise says it all. Since 1979, Skyhawks has been offering sports programs for children.
Young Rembrandts– Encourages creativity, technique, and joy of the artistic process by offering a unique, step-by-step method that successfully teaches children how to draw.
Bach to Rock – If you have a passion for music and the arts and educating children, learn more about this top-rated music school franchise.
Challenge Island – Provides exciting project-based programs designed to teach creative problem solving and creative thinking to children, ages 4-13 and older. Kids perform tasks such as: dreaming up roller coasters, inventing new ice-cream flavors and building bridges over “shark infested” waters.
Mathnasium Learning Center – A franchise opportunity that is an excellent blend of owning a business while making a positive impact on children. Mathnasium is an educational franchise that helps children discover how much fun math can be as they catch up, maintain and get ahead in their education.
Discovery Point Franchise – A day care business that has provided quality child care since 1988.
Kona Ice – Bring an unforgettable experience that appeals to the kid in all of us by selling gourmet shaved ice. This top-rated franchise has a fun corporate culture.
Franchising gives you the best of both worlds. You can work for yourself, but have corporate backing and the support of the franchise system. Additionally, you can have a flexible schedule to determine where you want to spend your time; whether it’s with your kids, spouse, the business or personal time.
This article was originally published by FranchiseSolutions.com
Published: June 19, 2014