Minnesota Home Child Care

With more than 7,434 Minnesota home daycare providers, family childcare options in Minnesota are extensive. We understand that your family’s personal needs and budgets are crucial when selecting the right home childcare, and we’ve made the task easier by compiling information about Minnesota home daycare options into a single site and arranging them by county and then alphabetically by facility. To search for providers, make sure to use the Quick Search box to help you locate childcare providers by city or zip code.

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Laura's Little Learners

Laura's Little Learners

Rochester, MN 55901-2184 | (507) 269-0180

I took a year off of doing home daycare and I recently got licensed again!I am excited to meet new little ones.

Lynsey's Tiny Tots Daycare

Lynsey's Tiny Tots Daycare

Blooming Prairie, MN 55917 | (507) 456-3123

My mission: To be a place where kids love to spend time and a place where parents feel great about leaving their children while they are at work.

Crystals Daycare

Crystals Daycare

Elgin, MN 55932 | (507) 301-4827

Hi my name is Crystal Siems I am a new daycare in Elgin my license capacity is 10 children. Of those 10 no more then 3 should be infants and toddlers of those 3 no more then 2 shall be infants. Of those 10 no more then 6 can be under school age (5 years).

Dana Sandquist Daycare LLC

Dana Sandquist Daycare LLC

Eden Prairie, MN 55344 | (612) 916-2154

I have been doing in home childcare for over 15 years. I love being able to share in the lives of little ones. Everyday is something new and exciting!

Freiberg Mindy K

Freiberg Mindy K

Zimmerman, MN 55398 | (763) 843-1922

I love teaching children, this is my passion! My program will have your children ready for kindergarten! We work daily on pre-writing skills through writing name, phone number and address. I also believe social skills are just as important for kindergarten. We play games, (even younger children learn to take turns) and children learn to be a good looser too. I do a curriculum that is parent-aware/state approved; however, my daycare children learn the basics which has been slacking big time in a lot of programs.  I take infants but no more than 1 at at time. We are a little family here. Lots of love and laughter. We use manners and show respect and say the pledge of allegiance!

Minnesota Child Care Licensing Agency

Minnesota Department of Human Services
Division of Licensing
P.O. Box 64242
St. Paul, MN 55164-0242
Phone: 651-296-3971
Web Site: http://www.dhs.state.mn.us/Licensing

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