Wee Ones Two-Day Preschool

Wee Ones is a part of the total ministry of First Baptist Church Pflugerville. We seek to minister to parent and child, church members, and the community. We provide a Christian staff to teach age-appropriate curriculum and foundational concepts of God, Jesus, Bible, church, self, family, others and the natural world. Through a variety of activities and experiences our program goals are to enable children to:

  • Grow in trust, independence and initiative
  • Feel good about themselves
  • Experience God’s love through loving relationships with other children and adults
  • Enjoy happy times at church
  • Engage in developmentally appropriate activities for gross motor and fine motor skills
  • Express creativity through music, art, and other play activities
  • Learn to make choices for individual and small group activities
  • Be prepared for kindergarten


Wee Ones is a 2-day per week preschool for toddlers through 5 years old that meets on Tuesday and Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Wee Ones usually runs September through May, usually beginning the first Tuesday after Labor Day and follows the Pflugerville School calendar for holidays, etc. Call for availability in your child’s age group. Classes have limited enrollment so contact us early to enroll your child.

View Wee Ones Brochure for more information about some of the things we offer. Click Here: Brochure – Wee Ones – 2021

View Wee Ones Handbook. Click Here: Wee Ones HANDBOOK 2021-2022 Coming Soon

For more information, call Carrie Roddy at 512-251-3052 or email: croddy@fbcpville.org




When does Wee Ones meet?

Classes begin in September, usually the first Tuesday after Labor Day, and go through the month of May. Classes meet Tuesday and Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The Pflugerville school calendar is followed for holidays, early outs, and school closures.  Children are enrolled two days per week, both Tuesday and Thursday.

What are Wee Ones Enrollment Requirements?

Preschool children (toddlers to pre-kindergarten) may be enrolled depending on class availability.  A waiting list is maintained for classes that are full.  An application for admission and a child’s Health Statement must be submitted with a registration fee.  Immunizations must be current before a child may attend.

How much does Wee Ones cost?

A registration fee of $85 per child is due once the child is accepted.  Monthly tuition is $215.00

What is the size of classes for each age group? 

Class size is 8 students for toddlers, 10 students for the younger 2’s , 11 students for the older 2’s and 3’s, and 12-14 students for the 4’s. Each class has a teacher and a teacher’s aide.

How many teachers does each class have?

Each class has a lead teacher and an aide.  Our teachers love children and must meet certain criteria required by our FBCP Children’s Ministry, such as a background check. 

Are the children taught using a curriculum?

Our curriculum provides a specific topic for each session. The sequence of topics is developmental in emphasis. Teachers share songs, teaching pictures, Bible thoughts, and conversation as they provide activities in these areas:  art, books, blocks, nature, music, home living, puzzles and manipulatives.   They are taught letters, numbers, shapes, etc. to prepare them for kindergarten.  In addition to classroom learning, we offer:

Wee Worship is a fun interactive Bible story time for our preschool classes.

Wee Music introduces the fundamentals of music. Each December the children participate in a Christmas music program and in May they present a music program.

Wee Games gives the opportunity to enjoy organized games, recreational activities, movement, outdoor and indoor play, and helps develop gross motor skills.

What are Fun Days?

Throughout the year we offer preschool-wide fun days, including our Fall Festival, Jello Jiggle Jammy Day, Texas Day, and Sundae Fun Day. 

Are holidays celebrated? 

Holidays such as Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter are celebrated in each class. Wee Ones follows the Pflugerville School calendar for holidays, early outs, and school closures.

Do the children go on field trips?

Our 3’s take two field trips each year, such as Crowe’s Nest Farm and Pflugerville Park. 

The 4’s classes take several field trips during the year. Places they might visit are Dino Park, a dentist office, a fire station, a zoo, a Pflugerville elementary school, etc.





Carrie Roddy
Preschool Director

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