About SonKids

SonKids Christian Preschool and Kindergarten has been serving The Woodlands area since 1999. At SonKids we believe that children learn by doing and that play is their work. Our curriculum has been chosen to develop the whole child. We believe that children need to have many experiences each day to encourage social interaction, fine and gross motor development, proper use of the English language and other readiness skills. We use well-planned learning centers and hands-on activities to facilitate learning. Every activity in the classroom should have a purpose, should be interesting and should be inviting to the children. Children are  encouraged to try many new things. We strive to nurture them through a variety of appealing experiences that allow them to make choices and develop at their own rate. It is our desire that every child who graduates from our program will be equipped with the skills needed for success both academically and socially. We recognize that the first five years are the critical formative years and our efforts will focus on helping your child develop the life skills necessary to be successful.

We understand that one of the most important decisions parents must make is the selection of their child’s first school. A positive experience in the early childhood years leads to a love of learning in the school years to follow. Our school offers a loving and accepting Christian environment. 

Daily experiences and activities provide each child opportunities to grow in the awareness of who God is. Daily activities include Bible lessons, music class, art, crafts, circle time, academics (language, science, math), library, outside play, centers, snack and chapel.

Our staff is experienced and trained in early childhood education. Continuing education is provided to ensure that our staff is knowledgeable on the latest and most effective teaching strategies. All staff members are certified in child and adult CPR and first aid.

SonKids does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, color, religion, or national or ethnic origin in admittance, education, or other administrative policies and extends to all, the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally made available to students at the school.