51 Best Cute and Clever DayCare Center Names


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The DayCare industry generated $45 Billion in 2015, and projected increases in disposable income will allow families to spend more on daycare services. For those who love children, owning and operating your own daycare is a rewarding way to use your passion to help others. A small daycare service can successfully operate out of their own home, and for medium to large daycares, you’ll need to rent a larger property (ideally with lots of space for play). If you’re thinking about starting your own daycare, there are some things to consider:

1. Acquire Licensing:

Licensing requirements vary from state to state, sometimes depending on the number of children you plan on watching. For more on these requirements, reach out to your state’s Department of Social Services, Department of Health or Department of Family Services.

2. Project Costs:

Creating a fun, safe, and nurturing environment is what sets your daycare apart from the rest. This means you’ll have to get some toys, games, art supplies, etc. The best thing you can do is write out a business plan for your DayCare to outline the costs, financing, prices, and everything in between, that way you can set aside a set amount of money and your purchases wont be a surprise. Here’s a great online resource from the Small Business Administration to walk you through the process.

3. Marketing:

Once you’ve set up shop, you’ll need to get the word out about your daycare services. For small operations, this could be as simple as word-of-mouth references from friends and family, but medium to large operations should take advantage of social media outlets like Facebook and Yelp. Keep in mind these social media sites rely heavily on reviews and testimonials, so make sure to maintain a positive relationship with your customers because a negative review could spell disaster.

First and foremost, you need a good, cute, clever name for your daycare that your customers will be sure to remember and pass along. Here’s a list of some good daycare names we found:

Wallaby

Le Petit Bebe Day Care

All Children Great & Small

Grace Lino Child Care Center

Tomlinson Family Child Care

Angel City Daycare

County Kid’s Place KinderCare

Joy Picus Child Development Center

PlayCreations Kids

Ana’s Child Day Care

Ruiz Family Daycare

Mendez Family Daycare

Andi’s Daycare

Caldera-Cobain Family Child Care

Atwater Park Center

Hanna’s Family Daycare

Lyric Pre-School

Blythe’s Garden

La Petite Academy

Tita Mira Family Daycare

Adam Family Daycare

Creative Center for Children

Tender Years Child Care

Sunny Day Care

Metro Gateway Child Development Center

Valley Village Little School

Kidville Brentwood

Happy Day Family Day Care

Furer Family Daycare

Miss Alana’s Childcare

Sunset Montessori Preschool

Studio City Child Care

Schusterland Daycare

Happy Family Daycare

Bright Horizons

Play Mountain Place

Sherman Oaks Child Care

La Casita Verde

Elias Family Child Care

Le Petit Gan

Imagine Nation Encino

Playgroup Echo Park

Pine Tree Preschool

Kiddo Kare

Aisha’s Daycare

Good Shepherd School

Sunshine Kids Family Child Care

California Wiz Kids

Westminster Child Center

Sunshine Child Care

Baby Blue Child Care

‘Day Care’ interest over time:

 

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