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Companies selling products for kids and child care are always looking for something to help sell their product. That's where child modeling comes in. Your child could be the next Go-gurt kid, or the next face to appear on a box of Cheerios, or to be seen wolfing down fries in a Wendy's commercial. Child modeling doesn't just mean TV commercials, it also includes catalouges, magazines, newspapers, and now, even online ordering services provided by many of the more hip companies.
If you think that your child has a good look or personality that would help sell pancakes from IHOP or jeans from JC Penny, why not look into child modeling? It's fun and financially rewarding, and if they are interested in acting, it is a great way to build experience and get their foot in the door of the entertainment industry.
There are many ways to go about it, agencies, online talent services, looking out for child modeling in local publications for open casting calls, but the real challenge is not necessarily finding modeling work for your child, it is making sure that they learn how to deal with not being selected, and how to stay modest and humble if they are selected and their career starts to blow up. Overall, if child modeling seems like a possible path for your youngster, it's up to you to be a good guide and teach them how to survive along the way.