My birthday is in November, a notoriously inconsistent month of weather here in western Pennsylvania. The majority of my November shindigs consisted of my mom’s cousin, a professional clown, entertaining/terrifying my party guests in our cramped basement. Nothing says THANKS FOR COMING like making your third-grade BFF cry…
Fortunately, there are so many more options for today’s cold-weather birthday kiddos. As a parent and an educator, I’m all about disguising learning as fun which is why I’m a huge fan of Snapology birthday parties. I’ve yet to meet a kid who doesn’t like building with Legos or playing games on an iPad, which are highlights of a Snapology par-tay! Oh and parents: set-up, clean-up, and everything in between is taken care of by a Snapology party instructor. Read: bring your kid and a few cupcakes and DONE.
Suited for kiddos up to the age of 14 (or even corporations/schools looking for some team-building activities for their employees!), Snapology offers more than just parties: camps, weekly activities, STEAM-oriented learning and play are sure to keep minds busy. Kids get hands-on experience with robotics, video game design, coding, engineering and more! There are already a half a dozen locations already in Pennsylvania, and, did you know, like McDonalds or Subway, you can actually buy a Snapology franchise? It’s true! You could make money while helping little ones in your neighborhood learn. Talk about a win-win. I envision my franchise as…
a bright, safe space where kiddos come after school.
a playground for the mind where young scholars explore their love of all things technology.
an extension of learning that doesn’t feel or look anything like traditional learning: it’s fun, accessible, hands-on, and keeps kids busy.
The options are limitless, and so are the rewards. The skills practiced at a Snapology joint are the same ones today’s employers are touting as must-haves. Big brains make big money. Just promise you’ll invite me to your franchise unveiling because my kids want dibs on their new party spot.
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