Polk County Daycare

Find Polk County Florida daycares, child care and children's day and preschools. Daycare facilities provide information on affordable, licensed infant and child care assistance, costs and prices, including 24 hour and weekend day care centers for montessori, private and public facilities.


A Blessed Child Preschool Daycare 615 North Scenic Highway Lake Wales FL 33853


A Home Away From Home 1169 1st Street South Winter Haven FL 33880

A Home Away From Home Early Learning Center 1129 1st Street South Winter Haven FL 33880

Alpha Care Preschool 801 West Beacon Road Lakeland FL 33803

Alpha Kid Care Dba Valleyview Elementary Kid Care 2900 Co Road 540A Lakeland FL 33813

Alpha Kids Learning Center 1013 Lakeshore Drive Lakeland FL 33805

Alpi Frostproof Child Development Center 701 Hopson Road Frostproof FL 33843

Angela's Little Angels 170 Dairy Road Auburndale FL 33823

Auntie's Christian Ministry Inc 905 Scott Lane Davenport FL 33896

Bartow Educational Center 1987 U.s. 17 Bartow FL 33830

Bartow Wee Care 1570 South Gordon Avenue Bartow FL 33830

Berkley Charter School 5240 Berkley Road Auburndale FL 33823

Beymer Methodist Preschool 700 North Lake Howard Drive Winter Haven FL 33881

Bobbie's Busy Bee 4105 Glen Road Lakeland FL 33810

Busy Bee Learning Center 57 West Central Avenue Lake Wales FL 33853

Calvary Kids Preschool 2101 Overlook Drive Winter Haven FL 33884

Campus Kidcare Dba Lewis Elementary Kidcare 15 Southeast Pine Avenue Fort Meade FL 33841

Carousel Daycare 929 Fairlane Drive Lakeland FL 33809

Children's Palace Day Care Center 1001 Wood Avenue Haines FL 33844

Chris' Child Care Center 200 Avenue F Northeast Winter Haven FL 33881

What is a Daycare?

Daycare facilities provide affordable, licensed infant and child care assistance, sometimes including 24-hour and weekend daycare in Montessori, private, and public facilities. Daycare service providers may also supply food for children in their care. They also offer play areas that are age-appropriate as well as activities that help build early literacy skills. Some centers provide transportation for children who need before- and after-school care.

They must follow regulations established by state and local governments. Daycare facilities are inspected by government agencies on a regular basis to ensure they provide quality care. Most facilities are for-profit businesses, but large corporations and others operate some by nonprofit organizations. Most parents who enroll their children must make weekly or monthly payments for these services. Some companies offer on-site child care services for their employees as a fringe benefit.