Kids Incorporated opens new facility in Queen Creek

The nature-inspired Kids Incorporated Learning Center is at 41060 N. Ironwood Drive in Queen Creek. (Kids Inc.)

Kids Incorporated Learning Centers is hosting an opening celebration 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Feb. 23 for its Queen Creek location at 41060 N. Ironwood Drive.

The business opened Jan. 8, according to

“The nature-inspired 13,000-square-foot child care facility features 13 innovative classrooms for ages 6 weeks to 12 years old and three creative outdoor learning environments including a splash pad, musical instruments, rolling hill, bicycle pathway, various unique play structures and more,” according to a release.

“For over 30 years we have provided quality and affordable child care services for families in the Valley and we are thrilled to open a beautiful new facility in the Queen Creek area,” Jeanie Smith, founder, said in the release.

The event will give families the opportunity to pre-enroll their children at promotional rates and participate in fun festivities set up throughout the facility, according to the release.

Food trucks, giveaways, a raffle and face painting are planned. A ribbon-cutting ceremony will be taking place with a special guest attendee, according to the release.

Kids Inc.’s program creates an environment for the growth and development of the child as a whole: physically, socially, emotionally and intellectually.

Curriculum-based activities are tailored to each age group and developmental stage for the purpose of preparing children for their future. The curriculum includes language development, reading readiness, math, science, creative expression, music, arts and crafts and special projects, according to the release.

Operating hours are 6 a.m.-6:30 p.m. Monday-Friday. Full- and part-time schedules are available. Tuition includes nutritious meals and an afternoon snack. Teachers qualified by state licensing guidelines also participate in ongoing training.

Go to or call 480-987-1211.

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