Success as a visual thinker requires investing in yourself and believing in your value as a creative, big picture thinker. If you need a reminder of how awesome you really are, I encourage you to take a few minutes to listen to this love letter to visual learners.
Young Rembrandts was created to help all children have access to art and feel confident in their ability to learn anything. Young Rembrandts franchise owners share this desire to make a difference in their own communities. Here is a quote from a Young Rembrandts franchisee in Chicago about what a difference owning a Young Rembrandts franchise has made in her life and community.
Owning a Young Rembrandts franchise is such a rewarding experience and a wonderful way to give back to the communities you are a part of all while making your own schedule. Here is a quote from a Young Rembrandts franchisee in Canada about what a difference Young Rembrandts has made in her life.
Take a look at what Young Rembrandts’s franchisee in Michigan has to say about the difference she is making in her community. “What we do is so valuable, because the curriculum is fantastic for kids. I really enjoy being able to give kids the ability to learn new art skills since many schools have begun to take it out of the curriculum. It’s just a great way to put art back in their lives.”
During the month of May, Young Rembrandts franchisees across the country are visiting school administrators and staff in their territories to say a sincere thank you for another great year by dropping off a personalized gift or certificate to show appreciation.
A few weeks ago, I wrote about the change I’ve seen in my grandson since computer time had increased. He had what we all thought were healthy boundaries and he could be creative in the games he was playing. But even with those considerations, he was becoming more and more obsessed with the characters and the games.
I just blessed some kids in Alabama, Texas, Pennsylvania, Georgia and Arizona and it feels GREAT! I don’t know them or their teachers, but I do know their schools can’t give them what they need. Determined to give their students art, their teachers posted their projects on Donors Choose, a website anyone can view and donate on.
Ever notice when kids don’t have their face in a screen, they’re still thinking and talking like they do. There are times my grandson seems to be speaking a foreign language, with great enthusiasm, but it’s not anything I understand. This is just not working for me anymore. I miss my grandson. I’ve been brewing on finding common ground. Finding a steady stream of things, we can talk about together. Not homework and not tech talk.