Children’s Education franchises are broken roughly into two segments. The first is aimed at younger kids and often attempts to mix education, entertainment, and childcare. The second is tutoring, most frequently for older kids, in either school subjects or test preparation. Some tutoring companies have a less expensive work-at-home model, where the franchisee must recruit tutors and market to parents, while others offer a more expensive retail location model. While children’s education franchises tend to be somewhat seasonal, making most of their money during the school year, education franchises aimed at younger children often offer programs after school as well through summer camps to maintain revenue year round.