Daycare Providers

Are you a stay at home mom, looking to open your own child care business?

Maybe you are an experienced daycare professional, looking for new resources to manage your work and stay organized. No matter where you are at in your career path, we've got useful tools and tips for you to help improve your child care business.

Find tips on:

  • How to start your own child care business
  • How to master the parent interview
  • How to create your own free website
  • Free printable forms and documents

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7 Tips for starting your in-home child care business

It may not be as difficult as you think. Some states in the U.S. only require a High School diploma and CPR certification to become a child care provider.

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Mastering the Parent Interview

eBook for daycare providers during parent interviews

eBook Resource

This 10 page eBook has tips and tools to do your best during interviews with new parents.

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Create your webpage, get discovered

Sign up and create a public webpage for your business, for free. Add your daycare business to search listings by city and state.

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Promote your care

Get listed in our local care search. Make your daycare visible to parents searching for child care.

Manage your business

Create your acount to access our free suite of tools and tips. Upgrade at any time to get premium account access.

It's that simple

Our tools are so easy to use, you'll be able to spend more time with your daycare children, less time on busy work. No more pen and paper, just a couple of simple clicks to handle your common tasks.

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Daycare Provider Resources

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  • A provider should give a daily report of activities
  • Recording time and details about food, potty and activities throughout the day
  • A provider can verify a check-in and both parents can see if their child has arrived
  • A provider should have sufficient knowledge in care, education and nutrition topics
  • A provider should be friendly and enjoy working with children