Mother's Day Out and Preschool Guide

Mother's Day Out and Preschool Guide1. The Lamb School

13000 Jones Road, Houston
The MET Baptist Church preschool program offers a thematic Bible curriculum that targets spiritual, social, emotional, physical and cognitive development.

Ages: 18 months-bridge*
Hours: 9: a.m.-2:30 p.m. (18 months-2 years) 9 a.m.-noon (preschool), stay and play program available Mon.-Thu. from
noon-2:30 p.m.
Cost: call for prices
Tue. and Thu. (18 months-4 years old)
Mon., Wed. and Fri (3-4 years old)
Tue.-Thu. (4 years old)
Mon.-Fri. (4 years old-bridge)

2. A Joyful Noise Preschool

16518 Jersey Drive, Houston
The program offered by the Jersey Village Baptist Church provides spiritual, social and academic training and is structured under Mother Goose Time curriculum and age-appropriate learning activities.

Ages: 6 months-4 years old
Hours: 9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
Cost: $300-$500 per month
Mon. and Wed. or Tue. and Thu. (6-12 months old)
Tue.-Thu. (1-3 years old)
Mon.-Thu. (all ages and 5-year bridge class*)

3. Wee Wuns Weekday Ministry

13403 Cypress N. Houston Road, Cypress
Run by the Cypress United Methodist Church, the curriculum incorporates a Christian education that includes music, enrichment programs and learning centers, such as home living, art and reading.

Ages: 1-5 years old
Hours: 8:45 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
Cost: $215-$480 per month
Tue. and Thu. (1-4 years old)
Wed. and Fri. (1 year old)
Mon., Wed. and Fri. (1-4 years old)
Tue., Thu. and Fri. (4 years old)
Mon-Thu. (5 year bridge class*)
Mon.-Fri. (4 years old)

4. St. John Lutheran Early Childhood Center

15235 Spring Cypress Road, Cypress

The center opened solely as a Mother’s Day Out program in 1982 but has since grown into a state licensed preschool offering Christian academic curriculum.

Ages: 18 months-5 years old
Hours: 9 a.m.-2 p.m., before and after school available 6 a.m.-6 p.m.
Cost: $300-$650 per month
Programs and tuition
Tue. and Thu. (all ages)
Mon., Wed. and Fri. (all ages)
Mon.-Fri. (all ages and 5-year bridge class*)

5. The Genesis Academy

16650 Longenbaugh Drive, Houston
The academy uses the curriculum designed for early learning centers focused on safety, imagination, Christian principles, cooperation and reading.

Ages: 3-5 years old
Hours: 6:30 a.m.-6 p.m.
Cost: request online
Details about specific programs are available through online request.

6. Sonshine Mother’s Day Out

27240 Hwy. 290, Cypress
The biblically-based program is run by Fairfield Baptist Church. Curriculum is focused on creativity, comfort and development.

Ages: 18 months-4 years old
Hours: 9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Cost: request online
Tue. and Thu. (18 months-4 years)

7. Foundry Preschool

8350 Jones Road, Houston
An outreach ministry of Foundry United Methodist Church, the school offers an age-appropriate Christian curriculum that incorporates an academic foundation as well as access to outdoor play areas and an indoor gym.

Ages: 15 months-5 years old
Hours: 9:15 a.m.-2:15 p.m.
Cost: $175-$455 per month
Mon. and Wed. (Mother’s Day Out)
Tue. and Thu. (Mother’s Day Out and preschool age 3)
Mon., Wed. and Fri. (Mother’s Day Out and preschool ages 3-5
Tue., Thu. and Fri. (Mother’s Day Out)
Tue.-Thu. (preschool ages 3-5)
Mon.-Thu. (pre-K-bridge*)
Mon.-Fri. (Mother’s Day Out)

8. Little Lambs Early Childhood Center

20155 Cypresswood Drive, Cypress
The Good Shepherd United Methodist Church preschool is focused on emotional, social, intellectual and spiritual growth while offering children access to learning centers, such as art, dramatic play, science, writing, sensory, math and cooking.

Ages: 18 months-5 years old
Hours: 9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Cost: $210-$340 per month
Mon. and Wed. (18 months-2 years old)
Tue-Thu (18 months-4 years old)
Wed. and Fri. (2-3 years old)
Mon., Wed. and Fri. (3-4 years old)
Mon., Tue. and Thu. (3-4 years old)
Mon.-Thu. (4 years old-5-year bridge class*)

9. Noah’s Ark Preschool

11711 Cypress N. Houston Road, Cypress
The preschool and Mother’s Day Out program is organized by the Cypress Bible Church. Curriculum incorporates other programs, such as Handwriting Without Tears and Frog Street Press. Early dropoff is also available at 8 a.m.

Ages: 16 months-2 years old (Mother’s Day Out), 3-5 years old (preschool)
Hours: 9:15 a.m.-2:15 p.m. (Mother’s Day Out), 8:50 a.m.-noon (preschool)
Cost: $105-$230 (Mother’s Day Out through May 31), $170-$250 (preschool before May 31)
Mon., Wed. and Thu. (Mothers Day Out available in one-, two- or three-day weekly packages)
Mon. and Wed. (3 years old)
Tue. and Thu. (3 years old-pre-K)
Mon., Wed. and Fri. (3 years old-pre-K)
Tue-Thu. (3 years old-5-year bridge class*)
Mon.-Fri. (pre-K, bridge)

10. Chrysalis Preschool

11522 Telge Road, Cypress
A ministry of Messiah Lutheran Church, Chrysalis Preschool encourages the enrollment of children from all faiths and backgrounds. Infants and toddler programs foster self-esteem through comfortable and secure environments, learning activities and daily information sheets for parents.

Ages: 18 months-4 years old (infant program for 6 weeks-18 months)
Hours: 7 a.m.-6 p.m.
Cost: $295-$835
Tue. and Thu. (all ages)
Mon., Wed. and Fri. (all ages)
Mon.-Fri (all ages)

*A bridge class is a special program designed to help children transition into kindergarten

Although Community Impact Newspaper attempted to include all preschool programs in Cy-Fair, this list is not intended to be comprehensive.

By Shawn Arrajj
Shawn Arrajj serves as the editor of the Cy-Fair edition of Community Impact Newspaper where he covers the Cy-Fair and Jersey Village communities. He mainly writes about development, transportation and issues in Harris County.


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