April 20, 2009 // Franchising.com // - As families across the nation struggle in the current economy, many are tightening their belts when it comes to how much they spend on their kids' summer camps. The joys of kids' summer camps can still be within reach for parents who look to day camps as a viable option to overnight camps.
"In their search for shorter or less expensive camp alternatives, parents will find that they have many choices," says Herman, president of KidzArt. "Affordable, inspiring, unique day camps that stimulate kids' brains and allow them to explore something new and have a ton of fun are certainly available. A program with a sound curriculum and a caring, experienced staff is the formula for a great summer program."
KidzArt, an international, multi-cultural art education program, provides summer camp classes ranging 2- 6 hours in duration for children in kindergarten through sixth grade. The camp classes provide children with a guided foundation for drawing, creating multi-media two and three-dimension art projects and also teah brainstorming and creative thinking. "KidzArt camps allows kids to explore, express and be motivated by their artwork in a noncompetitive environment," says Herman.
Where offered, KidzArt campers can participate in themed programs where they will learn from the "masters" by painting, sculpting and drawing based on the works and styles of famous artists. Or kids can participate in our eco-friendly camp program and create mixed media masterpieces made from recycled materials, including paper made from elephant poo!
Founded in 1998, KidzArt is an international art enrichment franchise company that helps kids of all ages explore their inner artistic potential. Through afterschool classes, camps and birthday parties, KidzArt offers a diverse, multi-cultural, multi-media drawing and fine arts curriculum designed to inspire kids throughout the world. KidzArt's "no mistakes" philosophy encourages children to try new things, explore their creativity and overcome their inhibitions or obstacles in order to grow and learn. Franchising since July 2002, KidzArt has franchised units throughout the US, China, the Middle East, Singapore and South Korea. To find out more about KidzArt visit www.kidzart.com or call 800-379-8302.