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Old 05-15-2014, 11:58 AM
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I just came across an ad for My Little Graham Crackers Family Childcare. I think it would be fun to name the most interesting daycare names in your area. Or maybe even the most common ones as well.
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Old 05-15-2014, 12:00 PM
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There's one around here called "Fundecational", where education meets fun.

I've always liked that one for some reason.

There's also Finner's Beginners, Creative Hearts, I like the one that you mentioned!
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I've seen a center called Artistocrats. They are on two busy streets and have an unfenced playground
To me the name is unappealing. It sounds like a combination of art and snobbiness

And for most common, I would say I have seen a lot with "sunshine" in the name. And a lot of A-B-C in the name also.

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Old 05-15-2014, 12:22 PM
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Mine is called Owl's Nest Nursery & Preschool. Around here, Kids Care is a dime a dozen.
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I have a Courtenays Cids Child Care around the corner.

The missing apostrophe bothers me ALMOST as much as C for kids (which is backwards, too). Why not just Courtenay's Child Care?

We have a center locally called Tot-al Care. It is pronounced TahhT ALL (as in little tot/toddlers) everyone says TOTAL care. It also has a pretty bad reputation.
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One of the "Sunshine" childcares here (a center) has no windows, no playground, and is on two extremely busy streets. Good name choice
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One of the "Sunshine" childcares here (a center) has no windows, no playground, and is on two extremely busy streets. Good name choice
must have been wishful thinking...
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And a lot of A-B-C in the name also.
Besides the obvious reasons for ABC, the best way to be listed first in any advertising is to have letters in your title.

Whether ABC or BBB....having letters, immediately puts you at the top of the alphabetical chain.




Creative daycare homes and child care center names around here are:
  • Rockin' Round the Clock (24 hour daycare center)
  • Wee Folks Garden (Our YMCA daycare center)
  • Imagination Station ~ (Depot A or Depot B depending on which age group your child fits into)
  • The Little School That Could....
  • Einie Meinie Einsteins
  • Bloomer's (each room is a different plant/flower etc)
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must have been wishful thinking...
Must be The no windows part bothers me. So creepy. It is in the back section of a store, looks like it would have been the storage room.
Can you imagine never seeing the light of day?
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A center here is called Neighborhood Kids. I like it as it suggests just your average kids playing in their neighborhood. Kind of vintage sounding. If it hadn't already been taken, I would have used it.

Hate one called Lil Rascals.

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You see tons of things like Lil Angels & Lil Stars. I hate the 'word' lil.. The one that bugs me here is Kiddie Factory. Long rectangular steel building painted in primary stripes on one of the busiest roads in Indy.
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My home is called Tir na nÓg Playcare (means Land of the young in Gaelic)
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We have one called phonics phactory. I would NEVER bring my child to somewhere with misspellings in the name. You could have phds running the place and I would even do it. I got the whole phonetic spelling thing but it just rubs me the wrong way.

Most common here is lil angels.

We also have a male run, unlicensed, dirt cheap daycare called "uncle bucks childcare" the only picture Is from the movie.
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I'd like to know how many "Home Away From Home" day cares there are. Seems like 1/2 of them around here are called that.
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The one that bugs me here is Kiddie Factory. Long rectangular steel building painted in primary stripes on one of the busiest roads in Indy.
The "Factory" part works
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I have a phd
You meant Post Hole Digger, yes?
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You meant Post Hole Digger, yes?

I actually realized while I was making my handbook(after I named my daycare) that the name abbreviated is phd.
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The misspellings drive me nuts too. Especially, "Lil". It makes my skin crawl.
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The daycares all around me have the cheeziest names! Some of the names are just outright annoying, lol.

I tried to be original but every freaking name I could think of was already taken somewhere in my state. So I started searching daycares in other countries and found one I love for my center. Its typical there, but the 1st one here in the US:-)
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The daycares all around me have the cheeziest names! Some of the names are just outright annoying, lol.

I tried to be original but every freaking name I could think of was already taken somewhere in my state. So I started searching daycares in other countries and found one I love for my center. Its typical there, but the 1st one here in the US:-)
Do you care to share? Now I'm curious.

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Here someone just started advertising named little stinkers, good luck with that. There is also Tatertots (potato state), munchkin university, smarty pants preschool, other than that pretty standard names. I can't stand misspelled words, drives me crazy.
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I have a Courtenays Cids Child Care around the corner.

The missing apostrophe bothers me ALMOST as much as C for kids (which is backwards, too). Why not just Courtenay's Child Care?

We have a center locally called Tot-al Care. It is pronounced TahhT ALL (as in little tot/toddlers) everyone says TOTAL care. It also has a pretty bad reputation.
Courtenays Cids is hysterical, I'm dying over here. How could you trust this woman to teach your child anything? Maybe that's the point, it's funny. I hope.
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the popular one here seems to be

busy bee....

Little steps
Academy Anything.....Come ON, it's a home daycare for children, not college..

or the village children...... that one cracks me up

I love the one that BC posted about the trains thats awesome

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Everything here is Little whatever (stars, angels, etc, etc) and lots of Precious whatever (kids, angels, etc). Or providers name like Angela's Daycare. boring.
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I actually realized while I was making my handbook(after I named my daycare) that the name abbreviated is phd.

Put that on your handbook
Soo much better than "academy"
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We have one called phonics phactory. I would NEVER bring my child to somewhere with misspellings in the name. You could have phds running the place and I would even do it. I got the whole phonetic spelling thing but it just rubs me the wrong way.
So I am guessing mine.. JimNaisium Childcare would be another decent example 😀
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My home is called Tir na nÓg Playcare (means Land of the young in Gaelic)
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I LOVE your daycare name!
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I've been a provider 13+ years now… I changed my name in 2004 and it stuck. Parents love the story behind the Tir na nOg legend too
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So I am guessing mine.. JimNaisium Childcare would be another decent example 😀
Personally, I think your name is VERY creative and perfect for your business...... considering your name.
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We have one called phonics phactory. I would NEVER bring my child to somewhere with misspellings in the name. You could have phds running the place and I would even do it. I got the whole phonetic spelling thing but it just rubs me the wrong way.

Most common here is lil angels.

We also have a male run, unlicensed, dirt cheap daycare called "uncle bucks child care" the only picture Is from the movie.


or The reference is a funny one, but also really not cool if that's the level of care he is providing!
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the popular one here seems to be

busy bee....

Little steps
Academy Anything.....Come ON, it's a home daycare for children, not college..

or the village children...... that one cracks me up

I love the one that BC posted about the trains thats awesome
The Village Children!
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So I am guessing mine.. JimNaisium Childcare would be another decent example 😀
I like your name too. It's not annoying like some of the names mentioned.
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The Village Children!
Hmm. We could do Children of the Corn
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Hmm. We could do Children of the Corn
That is exactly what I thought of when I saw that name!
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Around here EVERYONE is "lil" something. Drives me nuts.

I'm Mountaintop Family Daycare. Not extremely original, but we live on a mountain so it sort of stuck. LOL

No one even calls be my name...its always "hey mountaintop", "there goes Mountaintop", or "you're the mountaintop lady".
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So I am guessing mine.. JimNaisium Childcare would be another decent example ��
I don't mean changing something to be a play on a name or word. I mean intentionally misspelling a word for no good reason other then to make it look like a child wrote it. I can only assume if I saw the same word misspelled 5 days a week for the first 6 years of my life, I may struggle when asked to spell it correctly. Just seems pointless. I assume your name is Jim which makes your daycare name pretty darn cute!
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I just saw one called "Liz's Breadcrumbs Daycare" where every breadcrumb creates the perfect slice.

I think it's cute!
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I don't mean changing something to be a play on a name or word. I mean intentionally misspelling a word for no good reason other then to make it look like a child wrote it. I can only assume if I saw the same word misspelled 5 days a week for the first 6 years of my life, I may struggle when asked to spell it correctly. Just seems pointless. I assume your name is Jim which makes your daycare name pretty darn cute!
Yeah, like if it was JymzJymnazium...with the J's backwards...lol
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We have a lot of academies around here. Lots of creative kids, discovery kids, kinder prep...but thats all centers.
Home daycares are mostly lil this and that or sunshine ____. Many Ms. so and so's daycare....

Mine is Kaleidoscope Kids Home Learning Center....Its really long but I love it. I call it KKids for short and everyone has caught on.

Personally, I'm not a fan of of the lil's or other cutesie names.
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We have a lot of academies around here. Lots of creative kids, discovery kids, kinder prep...but thats all centers.
Home daycares are mostly lil this and that or sunshine ____. Many Ms. so and so's daycare....

Mine is Kaleidoscope Kids Home Learning Center....Its really long but I love it. I call it KKids for short and everyone has caught on.

Personally, I'm not a fan of of the lil's or other cutesie names.
Mine is similar and boy do people laugh when they have to write down my e-mail address. It takes them FOREVER.

All in-homes we have here are people's names, __last name_ Preschool, __last name__ Child Care and Preschool, and a Smart Pants ChildCare.
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I just saw one called "Liz's Breadcrumbs Daycare" where every breadcrumb creates the perfect slice.

I think it's cute!
ummm.... I don't get it LOL
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Mine is similar and boy do people laugh when they have to write down my e-mail address. It takes them FOREVER.

All in-homes we have here are people's names, __last name_ Preschool, __last name__ Child Care and Preschool, and a Smart Pants ChildCare.
I made everything kkidslearning...
so facebook is .com/kkidslearning
website that hasnt been created is kkidslearning.com
That way its shorter and easier to remember and spell
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Mine is Puddle Hoppers Daycare I live in Portland Oregon where it rains all.the.time.
We spend lots of time playing in the puddles
There's a Puddle Jumpers here Though the kids only play on a big wooden deck, so I don't think there's a lot of actual puddle jumping going on. The provider is really nice though, and very professional.
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Personally, I think your name is VERY creative and perfect for your business...... considering your name.
I agree. I was thinking Jimnaisium is one of the most original I’ve read in a long time.

I prefer purposefully phonetically misspelled names instead of misspelling for the sake of being unique with a total disregard for phonetics. Oh Fahneticks!

One of my children has a name that is spelled oddly but it is 100% phonetically correct. I named my child after my husband, so the twist in spelling is a homage to him.

Village Children -----> Village of the Darned Daycare
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Snot R Us Yes, I really was going to name my business this one. My husband and friends all did one or more of the following slapped their foreheads, blank stared me then laughed out loud, shook their heads. What stopped me is my friend’s husband said, “I would not take my kids there ever.” On the record, I still love the name. I get most don’t share my sense of humor and I’d probably have an empty house or full with parents that had no other options.
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Well actually, my name is in fact Wayne.. although a lot of people are starting to call me Jim because of the name. I actually came up with JimNaisium in high school when the movie Porky's was out. They had the name Michael Hunt paged through a diner (mike), and I started thinking of cleaner words to use as names along the same line of thinking.
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When I went to Oregon for a family child care orientation, the lady from the food program (former FCC provider) and the lady doing the orientation both said "You want to make sure that your daycare name stands out from the rest, and that it's not too similar to another daycare in town, so that their reputation doesn't affect your business." Both said "Whatever you do try to avoid using 'angles' in your daycare name! Every other daycare in this town is called 'Little Angel's Daycare' or something similar". The food program lady when on to add "Not to mention, most kids are not little angels."

At the time I was living on Diablo street (diablo= devil; in Spanish) and thought, what if there was a daycare called "Little Devil's Daycare"? and the logo could be a red baby with devil horns, a mustache, a pointy tail, and a rattle with flames and a pitchfork on it. Some parents might think it was funny, but I can see a lot of parents being offended by that; so I'll just stick with my original idea.

I also thought that if there was a Dr. Seuss (or even Mother Goose/ nursery rhyme) themed daycare maybe it could be called "Who-Care? We Care Daycare" and there slogan could be "Where a person's a person, no matter how small" or "I am the Lorax, I speak for the Kiddies" (variation of Dr. Seuss quotes).
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I have a Courtenays Cids Child Care around the corner.

The missing apostrophe bothers me ALMOST as much as C for kids (which is backwards, too). Why not just Courtenay's Child Care?
No wonder she doesn't know how to spell ,if her name is spelled "Courtenay", does she pronounce it "Court-en-nay"? That would bug me, because I would want to just call her Courtney, because it rolls off the tongue better. I used to know a girl in middle school named Tiffanay (Tiff-en-eh) and she used to get annoyed when people called her Tiffany (Tiff-en-ee) by mistake.
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My husband just reminded me of one down the road on a rough, very busy road..Decisions Childcare. Are we deciding if we want to leave our kids in a run down extremely busy area?
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When picking a name we wanted something that could have a cute sign so we wanted a picture of some kind that would work with the name. A friend's daughter suggested "Little Sprouts" and using a cartoon character that looked like a kid sprout. We loved it! But when we abbreviate our name Little Sprouts Daycare the initials are LSD lol Then we opened a preschool and wanted the names to tie in together so it's Big Sprouts Preschool. We call it BS lol Here's our logo. Our slogan is "Where children come to learn and GROW!"
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When picking a name we wanted something that could have a cute sign so we wanted a picture of some kind that would work with the name. A friend's daughter suggested "Little Sprouts" and using a cartoon character that looked like a kid sprout. We loved it! But when we abbreviate our name Little Sprouts Daycare the initials are LSD lol Then we opened a preschool and wanted the names to tie in together so it's Big Sprouts Preschool. We call it BS lol Here's our logo. Our slogan is "Where children come to learn and GROW!"
I LOVE the Sprouts idea! I've been playing with the idea of doing something along this line, also.
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My licensed day care is called... ISTY BITSY COUNTRY DAY CARE... MY SIGN HAS A FRIENDLY SPIDER HANGING FROM A WEB
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My licensed day care is called... ISTY BITSY COUNTRY DAY CARE... MY SIGN HAS A FRIENDLY SPIDER HANGING FROM A WEB
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my licensed day care is called... Isty bitsy country day care... My sign has a friendly spider hanging from a web
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I am legally unlicensed, so I don't have an "official" name but I've used "Puddle Jumpers" on my business cards. In The first daycare I ever worked at while in college, each classroom had a name. I was in the 2yo room and the lead teacher called us the "puddle jumpers". I've always liked it....
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We have:
Tiny Tots
Small Wonders (infant care only)
Iddy-Biddies
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TLC Academy
Children's Place
Discovery Daycare
Lil' Squirts
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In poor areas, the daycares in Ohio are called "Miss" something Daycare, like "Miss Ataea's Daycare". We also have a place called "Tia's Nest".
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I also thought that if there was a Dr. Seuss (or even Mother Goose/ nursery rhyme) themed daycare maybe it could be called "Who-Care? We Care Daycare" and there slogan could be "Where a person's a person, no matter how small" or "I am the Lorax, I speak for the Kiddies" (variation of Dr. Seuss quotes).
There's a pretty lousy center not too far from here I jokingly (sort of) say someday I'm going to stage a coup and turn it into a Dr Suess themed center called Mr Seuss's Funzeum. Think my wife would shoot me if I actually did it. .

One of the clerks at the local grocery store calls me Daddy Daycare after the Eddie Murphy movie. I recently found out I'm known in town by that name. Maybe I should run with it.
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I'm pretty sure there's a Tater Tots in Idaho.
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I actually realized while I was making my handbook(after I named my daycare) that the name abbreviated is phd.
I did the same...SID... terrible! just terrible! I don't tell anyone!
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There's a pretty lousy center not too far from here I jokingly (sort of) say someday I'm going to stage a coup and turn it into a Dr Suess themed center called Mr Seuss's Funzeum. Think my wife would shoot me if I actually did it. .

One of the clerks at the local grocery store calls me Daddy Daycare after the Eddie Murphy movie. I recently found out I'm known in town by that name. Maybe I should run with it.
That would be funny! Love it!
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Okay, ya'll--don't judge. My provider friend and I always joke around about merging our daycares into one, and calling it Lil Sh!tz. Of course we are completely kidding!

There is one here in town that has a name that makes my skin crawl. I won't post it, because my hometown would be very easy to figure out, but trust me.....yuck.
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Okay, ya'll--don't judge. My provider friend and I always joke around about merging our daycares into one, and calling it Lil Sh!tz. Of course we are completely kidding!

There is one here in town that has a name that makes my skin crawl. I won't post it, because my hometown would be very easy to figure out, but trust me.....yuck.
Haha, when I was getting started my friends joked that I should call it Bebe's kids for the old 90's movie. "they don'y die, they multiply, they Bebe's kids." I decided to go with Learning Through Play. Name says it all.
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About 45 minutes from me we have a "Where anything can happen" child care center. And anything can happen as a baby was locked in the center after everyone left because they thought she was a babydoll. Like seriously?
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I realize this thread is old but it is so fun!!! I am bringing it back to life!!!!!

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Besides the obvious reasons for ABC, the best way to be listed first in any advertising is to have letters in your title.

Whether ABC or BBB....having letters, immediately puts you at the top of the alphabetical chain.




Creative daycare homes and child care center names around here are:
  • Rockin' Round the Clock (24 hour daycare center)
  • Wee Folks Garden (Our YMCA daycare center)
  • Imagination Station ~ (Depot A or Depot B depending on which age group your child fits into)
  • The Little School That Could....
  • Einie Meinie Einsteins
  • Bloomer's (each room is a different plant/flower etc)
I really LOVE the name Imagination Station and would have completely stolen that name is there was not a similar program with the name Imagine Preschool close by....

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I have a Courtenays Cids Child Care around the corner.

The missing apostrophe bothers me ALMOST as much as C for kids (which is backwards, too). Why not just Courtenay's Child Care?
This would drive me to call and offer consulting services. Why would she think that was smart?
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Some common names I have come across:

Head Start (there are tons here that are either federally or state funded)
"City Name" Daycare/Preschool
"Owner's Name" Daycare"
"University Name" Preschool
"Street Name" Daycare / Preschool


Unique Names I have seen:

Firehouse Preschool - built in an old firestation
Imagine Preschool
Barefoot Atelier/Preschool
Linnea's Garden
Pacific Oaks Children's School
Little Dolphins By the Sea - near the beach
Wagon Wheel School
Kids Klub - nearly 24 hour mega center for childcare
Winding Willows
Enchanted Garden
Village Playgarden
Cheerful Beginnings - this is infant care only
Branches Atelier
Blueberry Atelier (closed)
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Good morning,
I know this original post is old, but I love it. I was exploring the internet for unique names for a daycare/preschool. I am still in school at the moment, but exploring options for opening my own daycare with a preschool and after school care provided.
I currently reside in Oklahoma, but we are not 100% sure that we are going to stay here after I graduate. I am in the process of earning my Early Childhood Education/Early Childhood Special Education Degree. In Oklahoma public education is at the bottom (currently ranked 49th in the US) for teacher pay, hence the reason that I am not sure that we will stay here.
But anyway, I am looking for some ideas or suggestions on unique names for a center!
Thanks in advance for advice.
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I joked with a local preacher a while back about renaming their church pre-school Holy Terrors. Apparently when he told the Director she didn't find it nearly as funny as we did.
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I joked with a local preacher a while back about renaming their church pre-school Holy Terrors. Apparently when he told the Director she didn't find it nearly as funny as we did.
Some people just have no sense of humor!
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Playmates child care and preschool, Most oftenly know as playmates.... Yea, we get some pretty odd calls
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Ones near me that are unique:

From One Mom to Another
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Holly's Petite Maison Home Daycare
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There was a gal that had her's named "Serendipity." I thought that was fun and cute!
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My favorite that's local is Happy Hippos Daycare.

I didn't want to pay for a name so mine is My Last name, comma first name family child care home. It's what licensing assigned me.

I used to go by Little People, but I can't do that without a DBA anymore.
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I'm hoping to start my in-home daycare soon, but I'm needing a name for the application. My boyfriend suggested the best one ever, but...well, you tell me...

Me to boyfriend: Help me name my business!
Boyfriend: Hmmm.....Soggy Bottom Daycare.
Me: What!? Really?? hahahahahahaha
Boyfriend: What!! We live in a soggy bottom!!

I love it and cannot think of anything else, but I'm afraid people will think I don't change diapers
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I'm hoping to start my in-home daycare soon, but I'm needing a name for the application. My boyfriend suggested the best one ever, but...well, you tell me...

Me to boyfriend: Help me name my business!
Boyfriend: Hmmm.....Soggy Bottom Daycare.
Me: What!? Really?? hahahahahahaha
Boyfriend: What!! We live in a soggy bottom!!

I love it and cannot think of anything else, but I'm afraid people will think I don't change diapers
Yeah I wouldn’t name a daycare Soggy Bottom
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That's hilarious.

Hm. . . . honest day care names.

"House of Chaos."

"Snips 'n' Snails 'n' STOP PULLING THE PUPPY DOG'S TAIL."

"Pestle's House of Let's Everybody Nap at the Same Time, 'mkay?"

"Sunshine, Daisies, Butter Mellow, Why's Your Stupid Poopy Yellow?"
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That's hilarious.

Hm. . . . honest day care names.

"House of Chaos."

"Snips 'n' Snails 'n' STOP PULLING THE PUPPY DOG'S TAIL."

"Pestle's House of Let's Everybody Nap at the Same Time, 'mkay?"

"Sunshine, Daisies, Butter Mellow, Why's Your Stupid Poopy Yellow?"


I'm thinking about a name change today. Considering something like"Oh H$77 No" or simply "WTH".
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Lately I’m thinking this would be fitting for my daycare:

Booger Eaters...or should I go with a more catchy version? Booger Eaterz!
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Chicken Little
Sister Dog (no, not a doggy daycare)
Promised Land
Busy Bee (we also have a cleaning company called Busy Brooms; I keep mixing those two up)
Wee Care
LaPetite
Kribs2Kids
Building Kids
Sproutlings (that's a pediatric daycare, I job shadowed there once)
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What do you think of Kids R Fun?
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I love Soggy Bottoms! Cuz lets be real ... kids have soggy bottoms. I am seriously considering 'Toots and Giggles Daycare' for my home daycare. What do you think?
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My licensed day care is called... ISTY BITSY COUNTRY DAY CARE... MY SIGN HAS A FRIENDLY SPIDER HANGING FROM A WEB
What a great name. I love it!

Some rather unique names I’ve seen:
Tots of Love
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Hi, I am planning to open preschool with name Little Continent.... Is it appealing
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Ok obviously I don't mean this rudely but the very first thing I read is A Little Incontinent.

Sorry but that's how my mind immediately interpreted it.
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Children's Continent

Creative Continent

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Ok obviously I don't mean this rudely but the very first thing I read is A Little Incontinent.

Sorry but that's how my mind immediately interpreted it.
Not far away from me, there is a Day Care named BJ daycare.
when I saw it the first time I recognized I have a dirty mind. To be honest, it happens every time I see that name. Sorry. :-(
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Not far away from me, there is a Day Care named BJ daycare.
when I saw it the first time I recognized I have a dirty mind. To be honest, it happens every time I see that name. Sorry. :-(
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Mine is Little Diddles. With a tag line “over the moon for kids”

My family nickname was always Diddle. At 38 years old my aunts, uncles and cousins still call me that.
I love anytime I find nursery rhyme decor for my welcome room.
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I am leaning more towards House of Babes Child Care Center... What do you all think? I really need honest opinions. Thanks in advance

My fall back is 1,2,3 & ME! Child Care Center... What do you think?
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I am leaning more towards House of Babes Child Care Center... What do you all think? I really need honest opinions. Thanks in advance

My fall back is 1,2,3 & ME! Child Care Center... What do you think?
Honest? ...... the first one sounds like you might have adult dancers verses preschool going on...


I'd go with the second option. It sounds more kid friendly and better at stating what it is you do.
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Honest? ...... the first one sounds like you might have adult dancers verses preschool going on...


I'd go with the second option. It sounds more kid friendly and better at stating what it is you do.
We actually have a strip club called house of babes about 30 minutes north of here 🤣🤣 so I would not entertain that name at all!
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We actually have a strip club called house of babes about 30 minutes north of here 🤣🤣 so I would not entertain that name at all!
Oh good...I am glad I am not the only person that made that connection.... I was thinking it might just be me.

But when reading, it was the first thing that popped into my head.
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I was thinking more biblical but I see now lol... Please help with a creative name... any suggestions
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Are you a center or home based?
Are you in a big city, near any landmarks or anything significant?

Are there other centers in your community with funky or stand out names?

Are you a religious program?
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Best Day Ever! daycare. My own 8 old is hitting Sponge Bob pretty hard and he loves that song. Sponge Bob has been around so long plenty of parents will get the reference, plus it’s sweet, optimistic, and easy to remember.
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I will be a center and I'm in west texas. Everything is is The Permian Basin... so I'm looking for something that will help me stand out.
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I will be a center and I'm in west texas. Everything is is The Permian Basin... so I'm looking for something that will help me stand out.
I visited texas for the first time last year and will be there again in a few months. The one thing I noticed and loved everywhere was the vivid bottlebrush shrubs.

So, with that, I suggest Bottlebrush Branch Childcare and Preschool.

You could even take it deeper to the local feel with Bottlebrush Ranch...

I loved Texas, by the way.
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I’m in Texas, too! There used to be a center here called the Tiny Texan. I thought that was cute. Of course in West Texas, anything tumbleweed related would be appropriate. Lol
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