Infant and Toddler childcare at First Baptist Childcare Tomball


Our adorable infants attending our Tomball childcare center play in a world all their own. Each infant is assigned their own crib and place for belongings, such as extra blankets/clothes, individual toys, diapers, etc. Our infant daycare room schedule is primarily on-demand: on demand feedings, napping, and playtime! Our infant caregivers are supportive of the schedules your baby needs to be on, including breastfeeding schedules and breast milk feeding for your infant as you return to work. Whether formula or breast milk, our infant areas are equipped with refrigerators to keep milk products and baby's first foods at appropriate temperatures and can warm bottles as needed for feedings as well. Our infant teachers also balance cuddling, tummy time, and unending snuggles for a happy, healthy baby while you are away.


As your infant begins to crawl and walk, they are transitioned into our toddler room when they are ready. Our toddler room has a feeding/sleeping area with cribs and a play area separated by toddler tested gates. Toddlers eat in high chairs and sleep in cribs and cots (as they get older) on a general schedule which includes breakfast, morning snack, lunch, and afternoon snack. Parents are welcome to supply their own meals and snacks, but our toddlers eat healthy meals and snacks throughout the day with drinks included in their tuition price. Our toddler play area dons a floor to ceiling mirror down one wall and fun picture wallpaper on the adjacent wall to peak toddler curiosity. Playtime consists of story time, music, beginning arts and crafts, and free play with bouncy balls, riding toys, and other toddler toys to spur development and enjoyment. After a full morning of building towers, bouncing on stationary horses, and exploring, our toddlers take an afternoon nap amidst gentle darkness and soothing music.


As I grow and play at school I will be learning:

3 months

  • Lift head and chest while lying on the floor (tummy time)
  • Be able to turn head toward bright colors or a voice
  • Follow a moving object with his/her eyes
  • Grasp toys

6 months

  • Hold my head steady
  • Reach and grab for toys
  • Sit up with little support
  • Babble, laugh, and squeal

12 months

  • Drink from a cup
  • Feed myself with finger foods
  • Point at objects or people
  • Recognize names of family/teachers
  • Crawl
  • Stand alone
  • Say first words
  • Understand simple commands


By the end of my school year, I will be able to:

Motor Skills:

  • Feed him/herself with a spoon
  • Open things like cabinets and drawers
  • Bend over to pick things up without falling
  • Build towers of 3-4 blocks
  • Can roll and kick a large ball
  • Scribble with crayons

Cognitive Skills:

  • Play in make believe
  • Take things apart
  • Enjoy exploring new surroundings
  • Listen and follow directions
  • Know at least 5-6 different body parts
  • Enjoy looking at books over and over
  • May express interest in potty training

Social Skills

  • Have a good vocabulary
  • Can use 2-3 word sentences
  • Take turns with other children
  • Imitate parents or caregivers