Do you happen to love children and see yourself being around them all the time? Starting a business aimed at children can help you follow your passion and make a considerable profit while doing it. If you are seriously considering starting your own business and are in need of creative kid-related business ideas, here are five best, in fact, profitable small business ideas for children:
1. Children’s party planning
Some parents are so crazy about their children that they would go to incredible lengths to see their wildest fantasies come true. If you were to start a children’s event planning business, you would organize and host birthday parties or other special events with one aim in mind: keeping kids entertained and happy. This type of business can be started from home, with an initial investment of $3000 – $7000.
2. Design toys and accessories
We know children love to imitate adults and want to appear older, and that’s why they want replicas of popular appliances and devices they see their parents using. Digital cameras, mobile phones, tablets, computers – you can design plenty of creative toys for children belonging to certain age groups.
3. Child and day-care services
This business is ideal for those who wish to work from the comfort of their own home and cannot afford to invest large amounts of money. You can choose your working schedule according to your needs. It would be advisable that you have experience looking after your own children and, of course, that you have tons of patience to spare. All you need is a childproof home, with plenty of space, and possibly a back yard. If not, you can always take the kids to a nearby park.
4. Educational lessons and tutoring
Kids can absorb large amounts of information from an early age if they are properly guided. You can start a tutoring/educational business for children of all ages, and teach writing, reading, foreign languages, maths, crafts, dancing, swimming, ballet… and the list could go on forever.
5. Healthy, organic snacks and beverages for children
Most parents want to make sure their children eat healthy, balanced meals and stay away from highly-processed, high-fat foods currently on the market. Provide healthier alternatives – organic foods made without the use of preservatives or artificial ingredients with attractive packaging – and sell them either online or offline.