Learning Express
learning_express.jpgLearning Express stores allow kids to learn and grow through educational toys and games. Franchise-owned stores offer a full line of children’s toys including developmental toys for infants, toddlers and preschoolers, as well as arts and crafts and other unique items like spy toys and construction sets.

Little Scoops
This retro ice cream parlor is a children’s party place that lets kids and adults take a step back in time to the 1950s. All parties come with pizza, soft drinks and – of course – ice cream sundaes. Kids take control by decorating their own sundaes with delicious, colorful toppings.

Pump It Up
pump_it_up.jpgKids of all ages love inflatable bounce play areas, and Pump It Up party locations offer a variety of different environments for kids to climb on, jump in, slide down and run around. Locations offer party packages, as well as pop-in playtimes.

Soccer Shots
Young kids who are taught soccer skills by the Soccer Shots franchised teams are also taught sportsmanship, good character, teamwork, healthy habits, creativity and even a word of the day. The goal and philosophy of Soccer Shots is to use soccer as a teaching tool, so franchisees should enjoy teaching children as much as coaching.

Young Chefs Academy
young_chefs_academy.gifThis franchise takes the mystery out of cooking by teaching kids their way around a kitchen. In addition to learning how to cook, each class teaches kitchen safety, etiquette and other skills kids can use at home. Young Chefs Academy has locations throughout the east, in addition to California and Nevada.

Originally posted by Dane Carlson on January 19, 2007 in Franchise Site.


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