Going back to school can throw a curveball at our right-brain thinking champs. Sitting still and tuning in can feel like trying to leash a tornado, especially for those young explorers who learn best by seeing, touching, and doing. After-school enrichment programs are like the secret sauce for those kids who are missing out on some action-packed learning during the regular school hours. But here’s the million-dollar question: how do you pick the perfect activity for your kid?
Given Young Rembrandts art education focus, is it important that franchisees be established in the arts to ensure success? Just as with any business, a passion for driving growth is important for success, as is a belief in the franchise’s mission of quality arts education.
Art has an impact on every aspect of our children’s lives. When children are confident in their creativity they can then feel confident to share ideas and try new things. Look at the positive impact Young Rembrandts classes have had on this former student as he has grown in the arts.
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.
Why do we expect art technique to be intuitive? Can you imagine going to statistics class and having the professor say – explore? Look at these numbers. Read these new problems and give it a go. Try and figure out how to make numbers do that. No explanation. Not even a text book.