Meet Hannah and Grace. They love art. They love being creative. They love to tell people that art is their ‘thing’. For the most part, art is a solitary pursuit. That’s good because time spent doing art is time spent exploring and sharing one’s own imagination. But there are times that even artists want to be part of a group. They want to be on a team. Art class is a great place to gather and enjoy fellow art lovers, but how can they tell the world – they’re on the art team?
Creative Activities for Kids at Home
Get your LIMITED EDITION Artists T-shifts from the Bette Fetter store!
Bee an Artist
Artoozie knows that all children can and should be creative! This 100% cotton, tagless Tee is not just comfy, cozy, and adorable… t’s letting your preschooler make a big statement in a teeny-tiny way – Bee an Artist! Available in child sizes xs & s, get it here.
I’ve recently been featured in the latest issue of Franchising USA Magazine. Check out my article here, “Mastering the Art of Franchising” or by visiting the Young Rembrandts Franchise site . Here’s a sneak peak…
“The Young Rembrandts difference is that it’s not just a business or product, it’s a mission,” explains Fetter. “Our franchisees are passionate and mission orientated and the quality of the product doesn’t compare to just any art class. It’s been designed very intentionally to maximize the amount of impact we believe art can have on children academically and holistically.”
Last night our grandson Brayden had some subtraction homework to do. He had already finished his writing and sight words and his enthusiasm was beginning to fade. To reinvigorate homework time and make the math fun, his mom brought out the math manipulatives, but these were extra special manipulatives. Emily filled a small paper cup about half full of M+Ms. And as much as kids are attracted to small colorful objects, small colorful chocolate objects are really engaging. She explained that he could use the candy to count out and subtract the numbers, and when the homework was successfully completed, they were his to eat.
Enjoy our Springtime Sale going on now in the Bette Fetter Being Visual store. Take 30% off all orders of $30 or more! We have everything from colorful and artistic wearables to fun drawing workbooks, all for your little ones to enjoy. Our artistic t-shirts and hoodie make great birthday and Easter presents while our variety of workbooks are sure to keep the creativity flowing while at home!
Hurry and place your order today!
For some of us, it seems like winter has been dragging on forever. Just when we think the storms have ended and snow is melting, we get hit again and are forced to remain bundled up. Recently with Brayden, my grandson, it seems like most of his cold weather clothes are about at their tipping (or ripping) point, until we pulled out this gem.
Our “i do art” hoodie is the perfect gift for the “art kid” in your house or family. Cozy and durable, this hoodie is a masterpiece, covered in artistic attitude and sized child’s small –x large. This hoodie comes in one color and is a limited edition. Get one now before their gone!
This March will mark our 26th year of operating Young Rembrandts drawing classes. And while some things get better with age – other things need refreshing and updating over the years. Technology and marketing are two of the things that need regular refreshing and updating. A few years ago we invested in a new website for Young Rembrandts classes that included the most up to date online enrollment technology – all for the convenience of our parents. Today I’m excited to announce the release of a second new website dedicated to Young Rembrandts franchise sales; www.youngrembrandtsfranchise.com
- Bette explained and demonstrated the development of social and academic skills in preschool art classes.
- Bette explained her concern for Common Core and how informed parents can make a huge difference.
- Bette introduced her NEW morning charts for kids!
- She shared a fun holiday for you to celebrate at your local library.