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Meet These 7 Innovative New Franchises for 2017

March 30, 2017

There are plenty of franchises using Lego blocks to teach STEM skills, but Snapology believes they can be used to make the world a better place in other ways, too -- like combating bullying. The company’s new Building Commitment to End Bullying program uses interactive, hands-on activities and celebrity videos to help kids see bullying situations from the perspective of the bully, the victim and the bystander.

172 New Franchise Companies Hoping to be the Next Big Thing

December 6, 2016

Fresh opportunities that have emerged in just the past three years... This story appears in the October 2016 issue of Entrepreneur. For many people, franchising's appeal lies in the ability to tread a tested path to business ownership that tens, hundreds or even thousands of others have traveled before. But what if you're more of the trailblazing type? There still might be a franchise for you. In fact, you might find it here, in our list of 172 companies that have started franchising in just the past three years....

New Kent business offers learning through fun

Nov 23, 2016

The concept of "learning through play" is reaching Kent through a new business called Snapology. Snapology is a franchise designed to educate children in S.T.E.A.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) through the use of Lego-brand bricks. Children involved in Snapology have the chance to participate in classes that teach them various forms of study through creating, designing, interacting and building with the bricks, while also teaching social skills such as teamwork. Some particular classes dealing with Snapology include robotics, programming and animation...

Snapology Brings Fun Learning to Monmouth County

Nov 23, 2016

PRESS RELEASE: Kids who take part in Snapology classes think they are just having fun playing with LEGO® bricks, K’Nex and computers. What they may not realize is that they’re learning, too. Set to open this winter, Snapology of Monmouth County in New Jersey will serve Red Bank, Middletown, Rumson, Fair Haven, Tinton Falls, Colts Neck, Eatontown, Long Branch, Ocean and surrounding areas. This marks the second territory in New Jersey, with company plans for 2-3 more in the next several years...

Building the future

Nov 20, 2016

PLAINFIELD — While children in his Snapology class build towers, bridges and everything in between, Steve Berg hopes he's helping to build a generation of thinkers. New to Indiana and based on the west side of Indianapolis, Snapology Indy-West Owner Steve Berg is ready to get children excited about science, engineering, art, math (S.T.E.A.M.) while they have fun. “I’ve been in engineering for 20 years and I’ve always enjoyed training young engineers,” Berg said. “I’ve always liked that aspect of mentoring and this is a perfect fit for me. I really enjoy seeing the kids light up when they learn something new.”...

Snapology Brings STEM Learning to Hartford County

Nov 1, 2016

October 24, 2016 // // PITTSBURGH, PA – Kids who take part in Snapology classes think they’re just having fun playing with building blocks and other materials that snap together. What kids around Hartford County may not realize is that they’re learning too. Snapology of Hartford-West owner, Paras Patani has had a life-long passion for technology. After an extensive 20-year career in surgical devices, Patani sought to use his knowledge and inspire children in his community. With own his daughter in mind, Patani was eager to bring Snapology’s STEM (STEAM)-based education lessons to the children of Hartford County...

Snapology Makes STEM Learning a ‘Snap’ in Northeast Louisville

Oct 26, 2016

PRESS RELEASE: Kids who take part in Snapology classes think they’re just having fun playing with building blocks and other materials that snap together. What kids around Northeast Louisville may not realize is that they’re learning too. Snapology of Northeast Louisville is coming this fall to the community and will service Jefferson and Oldham counties. This marks the first territory in Louisville, will company plans for two more within the next few years...

Snapology Inspires Young Creators with Tube Waze Walls, LEGOs, and More

Oct 26, 2016

Budding builders and creators have a new spot in St. Louis to hone their design skills. This Saturday, the region's first Snapology Discovery Center will host its grand opening. The space teaches engineering, science, physics, and literacy concepts through creative, interactive programming. Kids can tinker with LEGOs, tube maze walls, soft building blocks, and more while learning about entertaining topics like superheroes, Minecraft, and robotics...

Penn State Berks Gears Up For FIRST Lego League Competition

Sep 20, 2016

Snapology, which provides interactive, STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics) activities for children in the Reading area, approached Penn State Berks about partnering with FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) to bring a local FIRST Lego League competition to Berks County. Snapology will provide a space with a competition table for teams to practice with their robots. They will also offer mentoring sessions to help teams learn the aspects of programming and robotics using Lego Mindstorms.

Snapology Opening Kids Discovery Center In Glendale

Sep 4, 2016

The article “Snapology opening kids discovery center in Glendale” featured an interview with St. Louis franchisee Peter Auffenberg. The first Missouri outpost of the growing Snapology chain is slated to open in St. Louis County in October. Peter Auffenberg has signed a franchise agreement to open a Snapology discovery center in 2,100 square feet of leased space at 10028 Manchester Road. Snapology discovery centers are stocked with LEGO bricks and other building toys, and the business runs camps centered around robotics and video game design.

For this teacher, learning science is a snap

Nov 23, 2016

Whitney Goduto organizing summer STEM program using building toys.

Snapology Brings Fun Learning to Northeast Ohio

Nov 23, 2016

Kids who take part in Snapology classes think they’re just having fun playing with LEGO® bricks, K’Nex and computers. What they may not realize is that they’re learning, too. Set to open early fall, Snapology of Kent will serve the Kent, Aurora, Hudson, and surrounding areas. Company plans for more nearby territories within the next couple of years in Akron, Canton, and Youngstown.

Snapology To Open Interactive Childrens Learning Center In Katy

Nov 23, 2016

Snapology, a business that provides kids with creative outlets, is opening a second Houston-area location and plans three more. Snapology lets kids develop skills in science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics by working with tools such as Lego, robotics and other creative outlets including an animation studio that lets them make short videos.

Snap! Building a new career with Legos

Nov 23, 2016

Larry Davis is building his own business out of Legos. His Snapology franchise, serving Philadelphia and part of the Main Line, is addressing the STEAM deficiency of today's children. For any parent who has stepped barefoot on a Lego brick, or crawled around the house looking for missing pieces, Larry Davis' new career might sound like a nightmare.

Snapology Puts the STEAM Back Into Reading, PA

Nov 23, 2016

Snapology - an interactive play-based concept offering programs that teach STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics) and other concepts mainly using building materials such as LEGO® bricks and related technology - has connected with Penn State to help bring the FIRST LEGO League competition to the Greater Reading, PA area in order to offer the same opportunity to participate in the global competition.

Snapology of North Pittsburgh is Now Open!

Nov 23, 2016

The Snapology of North Pittsburgh opened on October 1, just in time for the school year. The new Pittsburgh location will be serving North Hills, including Sewickley, Hampton, Pine, West View, West Deer, Cranberry, Wexford, and Mars. There are currently seven locations in Pennsylvania with company plans for two more within the next few years.

Snapology! Teaching science, technology, engineering, art and math to pre-schoolers

Nov 23, 2016

Kids who take part in Snapology classes think they are just having fun playing with building blocks and other materials that snap together. What they may not realize is that they are also learning and enhancing key developmental skills.

Snapology Targets Introduction Of Complex Concepts At Early Age

Nov 23, 2016

Snapology - an interactive, all-inclusive play-based concept for children ages 1-14 using LEGO* bricks and K'Nex to teach STEAM principle - owner Rushdi Husain opened Sugar Land in April, saying he desired to bring his passion of building and learning through LEGO* bricks to the children of the greater Houston area.

Snapology Brings Fun Learning to Katy

Nov 23, 2016

Kids who take part in Snapology classes think they’re just having fun playing with LEGO® bricks, K’Nex and computers. What they may not realize is that they’re learning, too.

Snapology Lego classes promote creative fun

Nov 23, 2016

Some of Snapology’s events are just for fun. Others are designed to get kids interested in topics like engineering and computer programming. For instance, a child who attends the engineering course will learn about a different mechanical principal each week, according to Cuffari. View Article Here!

Snapology Welcomes Summer with Tech-Savvy Camp Programs

Nov 23, 2016

Future jobs involving technology will grow over 20 percent by 2020. It is now evident that getting children involved in technology as early as possible should essential, but who said it can’t be fun?

Adaptive Play and its benefits for children with Autism

Nov 23, 2016

Adaptive Play began as an alternative to traditional structured curriculum for children with learning, behavioral, and/or physical challenges. Play is a great distractor tool for children because it allows them to have fun, express their feelings, and have self-actualization through toys. Adaptive Play allows children to participate in activities that target the development of cognitive, social and motor skills. Adaptive Play also encourages cause and effect planning skills, abstract thinking, and science and technology at the child’s pace. Although adaptive play is beneficial for all children, research has proven on countless occasions that it is particularly effective in children on the Autism spectrum. Autism is defined as developmental difficulties in social interactions, verbal and nonverbal communication, and brain development. As Autism prevalence grows, with one in 68 children on the spectrum, it is one of the fastest-growing developmental disorders in the nation. Children with autism have a unique way of communicating and often lack socialization skills, and so adaptive play encourages interaction.

Snapology Brings Fun Learning to Sugar Land

Nov 23, 2016

Snapology has come to the greater Houston area just in time for the summer. Also offering summer classes to keep local children’s brains active during the summer, Rushdi Husain brings his educational influence and entrepreneurial spirit to serve the Sugar Land and Missouri City areas.

Small Business Forum:

Nov 23, 2016

There are some “rules” of business success most entrepreneurs abide by. But many also have their own “secrets”—things they do or believe that helped them achieve success. In “Secrets of Success,” a weekly interview series here at’s Small Business Forum, I ask some of today’s smartest, most innovative, most successful business owners to share their insights and success secrets with you.

Transitioning From Motherhood

Nov 23, 2016

With my sister as my best friend and business partner, it is safe to that I have always incorporated family with what I do for a living. We looked at starting our own business from the perspective of a mother. As parents, it is important that our children grow and succeed. When we were thinking about starting a business, we wanted to include our children. With that being said, I would like to provide some tips for mothers that are thinking about re-joining the workforce or transitioning into entrepreneurship.

Ohio Woman Leaves a Career on Campus to Make Learning Fun With Legos at Snapology

Nov 23, 2016

In August of 2014, Gina Cuffari, an Ohio-based mother of two who had spent years working as a campus director, said she was sold on the mission of Snapology, a company that uses building blocks like Legos and technology to combine play with education for children in preschool all the way up to 14 years of age.

Snapology Makes Interactive Learning Fun

Nov 23, 2016

The Small Business Spotlight article, “Snapology Makes Interactive Learning Fun” featured the brand and answers provided by Laura Coe. Small Business Trends is an award-winning online publication for small business owners, entrepreneurs, and the people who interact with them.

A Labor of Love

Nov 23, 2016

Who says you can’t have fun and learn at the same time? That’s certainly true for sisters and Snapology co-founders Laura and Lisa Coe. “My sister — I didn’t have a child at the time, I do now, but — Laura had two children and really loved the idea of teaching with Legos. The more excited about it that we got, the more our business grew,” Lisa says.

San Antonio Snapology on KSAT- TV ABC Segment

Nov 23, 2016

Watch Alejandra, our San Antonio owner discuss Snapology on National Lego Day!

Snapology: Using building blocks to teach kids about science

Nov 23, 2016

Using building blocks to teach kids about science

Nov 23, 2016

Snapology discovery center in Bethel Park disguises learning as playtime

It takes almost no time for the surge of children to knock over the piles of plush building blocks and stacks of Lego bricks in the Snapology discovery center in Bethel Park. Dozens tumble around the room during “free play,” while others file into classes where they can design replicas of their favorite superhero or program Lego alligators to open and close their mouths. Most are having too much fun to realize that there is an ulterior motive, Snapology's founders said.

Snapology Welcomes Summer with Tech-Savvy Camp Programs

In this Salute to American Success, we’re taking a look at Snapology. The company uses building blocks (like LEGOs) and technology to combine play with education, for kids one to 14 years of age. Some of the classes include engineering, science, architecture, robotics, among others. The company was founded in 2011 by sisters Lisa and Laura Coe. “Our parents were entrepreneurs,” Laura Coe said. “We sort of grew up with an entrepreneurial background, helping in whatever way we could.”

Snapology Makes Learning Fun with Play-Based Activities, Launches National Franchise Initiative

Kids who take part in Snapology classes think they’re just having fun playing with building blocks and other materials that snap together. What they may not realize is that they’re learning, too. In addition to being introduced to science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics (STEAM), Snapology students learn skills like patience and teamwork and have a place to engage their creativity.