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Farmington KinderCare

Aimee Sill, Center Director

1208 N. Shepard Creek Pkwy Farmington UT 84025
(801) 447-3310 Contact this center

Ages: 6 Weeks to 12 YEAR-OLDS

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Special Instructions:
SEC Shepard Lane & 1050 West

Elementary Schools Bussed To:
Knowlton Elementary, Farmington Elementary, Windridge Elementary, Columbia Elementary, Snowhorse Elementary, Reading Elementary, Ascent Academy and Jefferson Academy.

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Welcome to Farmington KinderCare. Our experienced and passionate team is dedicated to the education and well being of the children in our care. This website is a great start to exploring the possibilities for your child's future.

Aimee Sill, Center Director

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Many of our child care centers are accredited by national organizations that require us to meet rigorous early childhood education standards and guidelines for high-quality care and education. Programs that are accredited have demonstrated their commitment to go beyond the state’s minimum licensing requirements to meet and maintain these high standards of quality.

Our Programs

Infant Programs (6 weeks - 1 year)

Babies grow and learn every day. Our goal is to provide a safe and nurturing "home away from home" where babies can explore and make new discoveries. We know that learning through play is extremely valuable at this age and our Early Foundations® Infant program is designed to give babies the skills that will serve as the building blocks for a lifetime of learning.

Toddler Programs (1 – 2 Years)

As toddlers develop friendships, self-esteem, and curiosity, our Early Foundations® Toddler program will help them explore their world in a safe and nurturing environment. Our unique curriculum is based on the philosophy that children learn best through experiences. So each day is filled with fun activities that excite and develop toddlers, giving them the comfort and confidence to speak those first few important words, as well as make their first friends.

Discovery Preschool Programs (2 – 3 Years)

At this age, children are making new discoveries daily. And as two-year olds begin to exert their independence, our Early Foundations® Discovery Preschool program is prepared to open their eyes to a world of learning, sharing, and exploring. Our holistic approach in the classroom engages young minds with a blend of music, art, and movement, as well as the early education fundamentals they'll need as they continue on to preschool.

Preschool Programs (3 – 4 Years)

As preschoolers gain more self-esteem, they may feel ready to take on the world. Our Early Foundations® Preschool program enhances that confidence by providing activities to help children become problem solvers and lifelong learners. Through independent exploration, structured activities, and hands-on learning, children will work on early literacy, math, science, and social studies concepts. A healthy dose of running, jumping, and dancing keeps them active too.

Prekindergarten Programs (4 – 5 Years)

Prekindergartners are preparing for the adventure of a lifetime – school. And our Early Foundations Prekindergarten® program is designed to get them ready by teaching letters and words, math concepts, and valuable social skills. With small group instruction, independent play in an organized atmosphere, and whole-group activities, children will have all the right skills to hop, skip, and jump right into kindergarten.

Before- & After-School Programs (5 – 12 Years)

Even after school's out for the day, children need to be engaged in a comfortable, yet stimulating environment. That's where our Catch the Wave® program comes in. This innovative before – and after-school program allows school-age children to balance learning and fun through a variety of experiences. From homework help to fun physical activities, our program is designed so that everyone goes home happy.

Interactive Kindergarten (5 - 6 Years)

A full-day interactive Kindergarten program that utilizes new curriculum with an interactive smart board making first grade readiness a priority.

Summer Programs (preschool, prekindergarten, and school-age)

Don’t miss out on KinderCare’s Summer of Wonder: Six themed programs that will make summer exciting, educational and tons of fun. Whether your child is in our preschool, Pre-K or school-age programs, all of it is designed to help children learn while soaking up the fun. We offer flexible scheduling options to meet the needs of busy families like yours so we hope to see you there.

Participating Child Care Aware Center

KinderCare has partnered with Child Care Aware® of America in an effort to offer fee assistance for Active Duty military families and solutions to their child care needs when care at a Child Development Center on the installation is not available.

Learning Adventures - Enrichment Program


The Cooking Adventures program gives children opportunities to participate in fun, developmentally appropriate cooking experiences. They will learn about recipes, ingredients, cooking vocabulary, and the importance of a healthy diet. The curriculum includes lessons on picnics, pizza, and heart-healthy meals.


The Math Adventures enrichment program is designed to teach important mathematics concepts such as geometry, numbers, measurement, and probability. Your child will learn about length, height, and weight. He will learn about shapes and solids. He will learn how to add, subtract, multiply, and count money. Math is everywhere and giving your child every advantage now will add up to success later in life.


Ongoing research proves that early exposure to music helps children think, reason, create, and express themselves. Children will laugh and learn about rhythm, vocal melodies, and a variety of musical genres and instruments, which can lower stress and advance memory. Learning never sounded so good.

Phonics & Reading Adventures

Set your child up for advanced success with literacy through phonics, the study of letters and sounds. Reader books, games, and activity cards help your child understand the basics of vowels and blending syllables, giving him confidence and command of language.


Spanish Adventures provides young learners with a foundation for later success with the Spanish language. Music, games, children's Spanish literature, and other tools give children multiple opportunities to hear, practice, and see Spanish language for vocabulary and conversational development. Curriculum includes lessons on greetings, numbers, colors, animals, family, body parts and pets as well as how to get engage conversationally during common scenarios at home, a restaurant, or at the zoo. Qué pasa?


Upcoming Events at our CenterView All Events

  1. Sunday January 01, 2017
    1. January's Learning Focus

      Children 6 weeks to 3 years old: Light and Dark, plus the Sky and Weather

      Through shadow play, experiments with flashlights, observing the Sun and more, infants and toddlers will enjoy learning about light and dark this month. Infants continue sensory development by looking at contrasting patterns and at objects that are clearly defined by sharp edges and bright colors, while toddlers will build on their understanding of the light and dark concepts with play around daytime and nighttime. The older Discovery Preschool children will turn their attention to the sky as they learn about weather, the Moon, the Sun, and stars.

      Children 4–5 years old: Transportation, Healthy Bodies, and Winter

      For children in the Preschool and Kindergarten classrooms, January is filled with variety! They’ll begin by learning about transportation and studying how things get from “here” to “there.” A few weeks later, the focus will shift to health and bodies, with an emphasis placed on how to make good choices for a growing body. Towards the end of the month, children will be introduced to the transformative nature of the winter season and learn how to dress and take care of themselves when it’s cold outside. 

  2. Monday December 26, 2016
    1. Center Closed in Observance of Christmas Day

Teachers & Staff

Our team of teachers brings diversity, dedication, passion and over one hundred years of combined experience in Early Childhood Education.

  • Aimee Sill

    Aimee Sill, Center Director

    I love watching as the children learn and grow through the many experiences everyday. I am committed to providing the best care possible.

    Aimee began as a Preschool teacher with KinderCare in April of 2008.  She has since worked with every age group and loves the different developmental milestones in each.  Aimee began her love of teaching working as a dance and tumbling teacher for 14 years.  Through out the years she has gained responsiblity in the center by taking on many roles.  She gained her CDA in March of 2014 to expand her education on early childhood education.

    Previous Experience:
    Dance and Tumbing Instructor- 14 years Preschool Teacher- 1 year Infant/Toddler Teacher- 2 years Kindergarten Teacher- 1 year PreKindergarten Teacher- 1 year Health and Safety Coordinator- 1 year Program Specialist- 1 year Assistant Director- 2 years
    Favorite Children's Book:
    Where the Wild Things Are
    Year Started:
    8 Years
    Years in ECE industry:
    Asssicates Degree of General Studies; Child Development Associate Credential
  • Betzy Mulwee

    Betzy Mulwee, Assistant Director

    My desire and responsibility is to provide an environment that is safe, supports risk-taking, and invites a sharing of ideas to enhance our diverse learning and experiences through collective learning. My goal as a life-long learner is to ignite and support an environment around me that fosters individuals who are challenged with innovation in order to reach their fullest potential and make an impact in their classroom and their communities through Early Childhood dvelopmentally appropriate practices.

    Betzy Mulwee (Rodriguez) was born in Guadalajara, Mexico.  At the age of 16, she started her career and passion in Early Childhood working with young children as a Toodler Assistant Teacher.  Since then, she has work with a wide range of ages from Infants to Teenagers to help ensure that Early Childhood and Education developmentally appropriate practices are implemented through every day interactions with young children.

    She received her B.S. on Early Childhood Education and her M.S. in Educational Administration from Missouri State University.

    Betzy continues learning about Early Childhood Education, as new research on this field has grown in the last years.  She looks forward to continuing her education as a professional in the Early Learning world.

    Previous Experience:
    Capital Region Educational Service District 113 - Sound to Harbor Head Start/ECEAP Early Childhood Education Instructional Coach - Bilingual 2 Years • Provide one-on-one coaching to teachers and teacher assistants in designated classrooms for the purpose of improving early learning environments as measured by program’s assessment tools. • Obtain and maintain 90% reliability on the following assessment tools: CLASS™ & ECERS-R. • Conduct CLASS™ and ECERS-R assessments/evaluations. • Collaborate with teams to create a cohesive approach to the work in the classroom. • Develop coaching model based on program assessments and current best practices. • Research and implement current practices in early learning. • Collaborate with a variety of groups and/or individual (e.g. center director, education/disability coordinator, mental health specialist, teaching teams (bilingual), etc.) to improve the quality of child outcomes, developing solutions, planning curriculum, and continuous improvement. Child Care Action Council – Olympia, WA 1 Year Technical Assistance Specialist for Child Care Centers/In Home Care Centers • Recruit and assists licensed center and family child care providers to enter into and progress through WA State Early Achievers Quality Rating and Improvement System. • Provide culturally relevant and inclusive technical assistance in person/on site at licensed child care facilities and also by phone and e-mail in alignment with the TA framework. • Support participants to build capacity around various domains including specific early learning topics, use of technology, navigating the state professional development system, and carrying out quality related self-assessments, and developmentally appropriate practices for young children. Child Development Center, Missouri State University – Springfield, MO 2 Years Lead Teacher Preschool Program • Planned, implemented, and evaluated developmentally appropriate curriculum for children as prescribed by the NAEYC • Maintained a safe, clean, and pleasant environment in the classroom • Supervised Preschool program MPP grant allocations and activities • Supervised and scheduled part timers to maintain quality and ration purposes in all classrooms • Modeled and instructed MSU practicum students in best practices with young children Hand In Hand Multicultural Center– Springfield, MO 6 Years HOPE Family Coordinator • Developed individualized curriculums for underpriviledge children with learning disabilities • Organized effective parenting classes with Hispanic population in the Springfield area • Bridged home-school relationship through tutoring program Coordinator of Educational Programs. • Developedindividualized curriculums for Hispanic children with learning disabilities • Develop partnership with Missouri State College of Education to assign practicum and supervised students
    Favorite Children's Book:
    Hairs - Pelitos by Sandra Cisneros (Spanish) One by Kathrine Otoshi Zero by Kathrine Otoshi Dr. Seuss A Margarita Debayle, Poem by Ruben Dario (Spanish)
    Year Started:
    1 Year
    Years in ECE industry:
    10 years
    Masters in Educational Administration
  • Ms. Amanda

    Ms. Amanda, Program Specialist

    Year Started:
    2 Years
    Years in ECE industry:
    5 years
    Bachelors of Child Development
  • Miss Stephanie, Health and Safety Coordinator

    Year Started:
    3 Years
    Years in ECE industry:
  • Ms. Chrishelle

    Ms. Chrishelle, Preschool

    Year Started:
    3 Years
    Years in ECE industry:
  • Miss Ami

    Miss Ami, Infants

    Year Started:
    8 Years
    Years in ECE industry:
    6 years
  • Ms. Debby

    Ms. Debby, PreKindergarten

    Year Started:
    3 Years
  • Ms. Kara

    Ms. Kara, School Age

    Year Started:
    4 Years
    Years in ECE industry:
    Child Care Specialist Diploma

December 2016 Events

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  1. Thursday December 01, 2016
    1. December's Learning Focus

      Children 6 weeks to 3 years old: Family, Friends, and Things that Go!

      Infants and toddlers will be exploring family and friends, while three-year-olds will focus on things that go vroom! Social and emotional development is foundational to growth and development in babies, so this month, infants and toddlers will participate in activities that reinforce their connection to family while also exploring connections that exist outside their home, such as friends. Meanwhile, their older friends in Discovery Preschool will learn about and play around with things that move (like bicycles, cars, buses, trains, and airplanes), which are all very exciting for little ones as they continue to explore the world outside their homes. 

      Children 4–5 years old: My Country + Tools and Machines

      The four- and five-year-olds continue exploring the world around them by learning about the state and country they live in! They’ll sings songs, play games based on travel, and learn about flags, state foods, and more. Children will also be introduced to cardinal directions (east, west, north, and south) and gain an appreciation for travel and meeting new friends from different places. 

      Children are naturally fascinated with machines and how things work and are put together. So to encourage that fascination, during the second half of this month children will learn about and play around with tools and machines. In addition to building literacy skills by using the names of machines and tools, children will develop math skills by graphing information, counting wheels, and more.

  2. Monday December 26, 2016
    1. Center Closed in Observance of Christmas Day

About Our Center

Our staff would like to welcome you to visit our center. The staff takes pride in keeping up to date with the latest trends in Early Childhood Education. Ongoing training is offered to the staff during the year at the center and through the various training opportunities in the community.

Languages Spoken at Our Center

  • Spanish
  • Tagalog

Meals & Menus

Meals Served

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • PM Snack

Additional Menu Options

  • Vegetarian
  • Special diets

Center Menu

Holidays Observed

New Years Day, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and the day after, Christmas Day.

Health and Safety

The health and safety of children is something we pride ourselves in. Our entire staff is CPR and First Aid certified and the building has a secured entry. We have a dedicated health and safety coordinator who is committed to monitoring our center on a daily basis. This ensures that the standards we have in place are maintained at all times.

At KinderCare, what families say about us means a lot. Read below some of the great experiences our families have had with us.

Share Your Story
If you have a story about your experience at KinderCare, please share your story with us.

My children love going to school at KinderCare! My little boy had a hard time separating from us but the teachers were so loving and helped with the transition. Now he gets excited to see his teachers. My daughter is in their private kindergarten program and it's amazing. I love that it's a full day program and she is learning so much.

- Father

The fact is, we have never had any hesitation leaving our children in this center's care. The teachers show they truly care about our kids and have an interest in them. I have never felt like if I have a concern that it wasn’t promptly addressed and paid attention to. We know the staff cares about the parents’ needs as well as the children’s.

- Mother

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