FREE Preschool Seminar!

Hey fabs – I’m really excited about this!!!

When Joy Anderson contacted me about wanting to do a guest post on Fabulessly Frugal about her upcoming free preschool seminar, I thought to myself, “What a fabulous way for our readers to learn about how to start a preschool!”  After all, I even ran my own home preschool (not a daycare) before my youngest was born, and I know first-hand how women can make a supplemental income by teaching preschool classes in their home.

And she’s going to teach you exactly how to start your own home preschool at her Free Preschool Seminar this Saturday, April 10th, at the University of Phoenix in Meridian, ID (next to Roaring Springs.)


And she knows what she’s talking about – she runs her own home preschool in Kuna, and even in this economy she has 40 students enrolled (10 students in each class) and makes $4,200/mo.!  So if she can do it (a stay at home mom to 3 young children) then surely you can too!

Come learn how to start your own preschool at her Free Preschool Seminar.  But seats are limited and will fill up fast, so you need to reserve your seat right now by clicking here.  There’s even a place to get more information if you are from out of town or can’t make it to the seminar, so visit her site right now!  (I really wish I had something like this before I started my own preschool – it would have saved me a TON of time researching!  I’ve personally met Joy and think she is super fab!!)

And of course, be sure to let Joy know that Fabulessly Frugal sent you over after you register!  😉  Thanks fabs!


  • Samantha

    Just watched the video – what a great idea! I’ve got a 3 yr old at home and this would be a perfect way to get her a preschool education AND make some money too! Totally excited to go to the seminar – see you ladies there!

  • kelly

    I need to plan child care. Does anyone know how long the seminar will run?

    • Cathy

      I’ve got an email in to Joy and will let you know as soon as I find out! I did notice they are offering two seminars, one at 10 and one at 2. I’m guessing it wouldn’t be more than 3 hours long. But I’ll let you know!

  • Joy

    Great question! Sorry I didn’t mention that – the seminar should be 1.5 hours. 🙂 TONS of info, so be sure to bring your notebook and pen!

    See you at the seminar! 🙂

    – Joy Anderson

  • Leah

    I live in Shelley, Idaho and would love to have more info–I filled out the survey on the linked website, but I’m just wondering–would it be possible to have something like this over here? I think there would be a lot of interest on this side of the state as well. Thanks!

    • Joy

      Hi Leah,
      Thanks for asking. Home preschools work in any part of the country, from big cities to small towns. So, yes, Shelley would be a great place for your home preschool! We’ll be sending you more information, so stay tuned. 🙂
      Thanks, Joy

  • Susan

    I know that in order to run a preschool from your home in Idaho you have to be licensed as a day care and have a conditional use permit from the city. This is an expensive and time consuming process involving several different inspections and presentations before the planning and zoning committee and the city council . There is no other way around this. It might be easy to start an at home preschool in other parts of the country, but it is quite a challenge in Idaho. Do you address this in your seminar?

    • Joy Anderson

      Hi Susan,

      Thanks for asking about the licensing requirements. It’s true that Idaho’s child care licensing department puts home-based preschools in the “daycare” category. But luckily, not all of us have to be licensed. It depends on how many children you’re teaching at a time.

      I actually think that Idaho is one of the easiest states to get licensed in, as their requirements are very do-able. They don’t require any additional education (some states require Bachelor degrees and even specifically Early Childhood Education degrees) and my entire licensing process took only 30 days from start to finish. That also included the meeting in front of the Planning & Zoning committee and all the inspections.

      We’ll definitely be addressing the licensing requirements at the seminar, and I think if you’ve got someone to tell you exactly what papers to fill out and who to contact, the process can be simplified and not so overwhelming. 🙂

      Thanks for the great question, and I look forward to meeting you at the seminar!

      All the best,
      Joy Anderson

  • Michelle

    Joy, I am interested in attending your seminar in Boise on Friday in the morning. Can I just show up or is there somewhere I need to register?

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