Sample Daycare Flyer

A sample daycare flyer can help you create a successful business, but only if it does its job correctly. Here are some tips to help you create a winning daycare flyer, along with a sample that showcases all of these tips:

What To Include:

  • Your name, phone number and license numbers are necessary. Your business address is not, and may pose a safety issue for the children.
  • Specify the hours the daycare is open and the ages of the children who can be enrolled.
  • Be sure to mention any extraordinary details regarding your business that will make it stand apart from the others. For example, any local awards or honors received as a part of doing business.
  • Most parents want to know if meals are included, so make that a priority as well.
  • Highlight the top few amenities included with your program, such as special curriculum or activities that take place.

What Not To Include:

  • It's best to discuss money matters in person or over the phone, as you don't want to give the competition an easy look at your rates.
  • Leave out details that include personal information about yourself as the owner or any of the employees.
  • Save your reference and experience details for the interview with the parents.
  • Photos of other children you are currently watching, unless expressly allowed by their parents.
  • Any other small details that can be covered in the daycare contract, such as discipline and vacation days, should be omitted.

Sample Daycare Flyer
Bright Beginnings
Daycare & Preschool
We have a few rare openings and are now accepting applications!
Bright Beginnings offers a happy, safe and loving environment for you to leave your children for the day. Our prices are reasonable, our staff is highly qualified and our in-home location provides a feeling of security and familiarity for the children.
Take a look at the amenities we offer:

  • In-home care for ages 0 through Kindergarten
  • Separate nursery for babies to sleep and play
  • Breakfast, lunch and snacks provided (formula excluded)
  • Preschool curriculum designed to ready kids for Kindergarten
  • A monthly newsletter, including a menu of meals, schedule of activities and a child spotlight section

Now open M-F, 6:00 am to 6:00 pm for your convenience!
Christine Young, Owner and Operator
Lic. # 8727903

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