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The Kids On The Move Child Care Center is located at our OREM LOCATION ONLY. (475 W 260 N Orem)

Our Child Care Center is a fully-licensed program committed to providing high quality care for children from 6 weeks to first grade enrollment at competitive rates. We have three separate classrooms, segregated by age and development.

Our Child Care hours: Monday-Friday 7:30am to 5:30pm. Contact us at 801.616.5788 to learn more about our Child Care Program and what we can offer your child!


Monthly Rates

Pricing upon inquiry


Requirements Pre-registration and enrollment is required for children to attend child care at Kids on the Move. If there’s a waiting list for the room you wish to enroll your child, all enrollment materials (listed below) must be submitted for placement on the waiting list. Preference will be given to those children registering for full-time child care slots, those children already enrolled in other programs at Kids on the Move and siblings of children currently attending child care.

For a child to be enrolled in care the following forms must be completed and submitted:

  • Child registration form
  • Child health assessment form
  • Schedule commitment form
  • Current official immunization record
  • One-time (per child) $25 non-refundable enrollment fee
  • Payment in full for first month of attendance
  • IEF Form

Parents will need to re-enroll their children each semester by re-submitting some paperwork which will be provided at that time.


What ages of children do you accept?

Children can begin care when they are at least 8 weeks old.  Generally, we provide care to children until they complete Kindergarten.

What is your enrollment policy?

If we have a waiting list, you will need to fill out a complete application, submit $10 nonrefundable fee to be placed on the list.

Do you have a preschool program?

Our 3+ classroom includes preschool learning activities such as, letter and number recognition, hands on activities, creative expression, social emotional interaction, art, language development, and science.  Beginning January 2018 we have an 8:30-11:30AM and 1:00-4:00PM preschool specifically designed for Kindergarten readiness.

Will I be charged if my child is absent?

If you are registered for full-time care then you are paying for that child care slot regardless of your child’s regular attendance. If you are registered for part-time hourly care, then you pay for the days/time your child attends.

What is your discipline policy?

We teach and model positive discipline and behavior management and find many behavior problems disappear when we keep the child engaged in an enriched environment with parent, positive staff. No corporal punishment is allowed. If your child’s caregiver is concerned about your child’s behavior, they will talk with you to develop a plan for resolution.

Do you provide meals for children?

We provide well balanced and nutritional snacks and lunches.  Breakfast is served at 8:45AM. Lunch is served at 11:45AM and snack is served at 2:45PM. 

What is your teacher to child ratio?

Infants are 1:4

Toddlers are 1:7

Preschool is 1:13

Can I drop in at any time to visit my child?

Yes, Kids On The Move has an open door policy and we encourage parents to visit or volunteer in the classroom.

Do you accept child care subsidies?

Yes, parents who have access to a DSW child care subsidy can coordinate with the child care director to use these funds toward the cost of child care services.

Do you take special needs children?

It is the policy of KOTM to accept children without discriminating against race, sex, religion, disability, or national origin.  KOTM works to accommodate children with disabilities as required by the Americans with Disabilities Act.  If parents feel their child needs accommodations under this law, they should speak with the Child Care Director. The legal reasons a child care program may deny care to a child with a disability would include taking the necessary steps to accommodate the child’s special needs would impose an undue burden on the provider, or would fundamentally alter the nature of the program or the facility, and there are not reasonable alternatives that are readily achievable.

What is your sick policy?

Our staff understands that it is difficult for working parents when their child is sick. However, it is important for us to maintain the health and well being of all children and staff. You can review the KOTM child care sick policy for complete information.