The Most Recommended Mother’s Day Out Programs {In Plano, Texas}

The most recommended Mother’s Day Out Programs in Plano Texas can be found in abundance.

It’s May and Mother’s Day is around the corner. However we may feel about the holiday, the greeting card and floral industries make it impossible to ignore. Mothers are supposed to be treated with breakfast in bed, a bouquet of roses, time for bubble bath and pampering, right? But often the day doesn’t live up to the advertisements.

Plano, Texas has some amazing early childhood programs around town. Mother’s Day out programs are generally from 9-2 and can offer socialization as well as so many educational aspects for your child.  Here’s a look at the most recommended Mother’s Day out programs from Plano Moms.

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Mother’s Day Out Programs in Plano

  • Children’s Discovery Center   Location: 3101 Coit Rd, Plano, Texas 75075 (972) 596-4812   Ages: Turning 1- Transitional Kindergarten
  • Grace Presbyterian Day School  Location: 4300 W Park Blvd, Plano Texas 75093 (972) 867-9719 Ages: 2- PreK 4/5
  • Custer Road Christian Day School Location: 6601 Custer Rd, Plano, Texas 75023 (972) 491-0510   Ages:  Children’s Day out for ages 16mths- 35 mths Preschool: 3-4’s
  • Canyon Creek Day school Location: 6308 Stonewood Dr, Plano, Texas 75024 (972) 964-8798 Ages: Preschool through Kindergarten
  • Plano Senior Early Childhood Centers Location: 2200 Independence Pkwy, Plano, Texas 75075 (469) 752-9390 Ages: 3-4’s This class meets on selected dates and times so be sure to check the website.
  • The Heights Child Development Center Location: 201 W Renner Rd, Richardson (close to) Plano, Texas 75080 (972) 231-6047 Ages: 2 mths- Transitional Kindergarten
  • Grace Outreach Center Mother’s Day Out Location: 3301 Preston Rd Room 245, Plano, Texas 75093 Ages: 6  weeks to 5  Classes are offered on Tues-Thur 9 am – 2 pm and secondary program 8:15-3:45 pm
  • Ark Adventure Location: 3100 W Spring Creek Pkwy, Plano, Texas 972.398.5498 Ages: 2’s – 5’s
  • Prestonwood Baptist Church CLC Location: 6801 W. Park Blvd., Plano, Texas 972-820-5348 Ages: 8 weeks- 5 years. Classes offered on Tues/Thurs only.
  • Hunter’s Glen Childhood Learning Center Location: 4001 Custer Rd. 972.519.0365 Ages: 3 mths- Pre-Kindergarten 9-2pm plus extended hours
  • St. Andrews Preschool Location: 5801 W. PLANO PARKWAY | Plano, Texas 75093 972.380.5323 Ages: 12 mths- Pre-K 5’s
  • Preston Meadow Learning Center Location: 6801 Coit Rd, Plano, Texas 75024 972.618.2233 Ages: 6 weeks through 5 years

Looking for more options? Check out our list of some great preschools that offer extended hours and even some have programs for elementary aged kids!

How to Find the Program For You:

  • Identify your priorities. Do you want play-based or curriculum-based?  What days are you looking for?
  • Ask some friends/neighbors/family for suggestions on where to look. (Luckily, we’ve done that for you with the list above!)
  • Visit/Tour. Make a top priority to visit your top programs. Look at the handbook and ask questions!  Take your kids with you to see how they feel about the school.
  • Get on the Waiting List: Most programs around here fill up fast! (Especially these most recommended!) so it’s always a good idea to get on the list to be ready when a spot opens up. Most schools begin registration the February before school begins.

The Most Recommended Mother's Day Out Programs in Plano, TX

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For staying in at night after a Mother’s Day Out, we recommend trying these two suggestions below!

Pull out the picture albums or call up photos on your computer. Find the baby pictures and talk to the kids about the day each was born and how cute they were when they were little. Yes, the baby years are exhausting but they are also a time of innocence and joy. All those firsts — roll over, sit, stand, walk, words — are the stuff of memories. Most families have a cute story or two per kid. Emphasize the positive. A little nostalgia is good for everyone.

Or, make a meal together. Keep it simple. Stick to family favorites. This isn’t the time to try out a gourmet recipe unless that’s always part of your family thing. This is a time to celebrate the familiar. A favorite meal, whatever it may be (even if it’s takeout from a favorite pizza place), is part of what makes a family unique.

Whatever the case may be, go out during the day, enjoy time with your loved ones and family and at night, relax and reminisce because Mother’s Day is only once a year – you deserve a special day!

Did you know?

Mother’s Day founder Anna Jarvis did not like the commercialism that erupted around her holiday. Later in life, she advocated removing Mother’s Day from the yearly calendar altogether and making the day about family togetherness and love!



Shannon is Mommy to 2 kids, Wife, and Teacher. She was born and raised in Plano. After graduating from Baylor (sic' em!!) she returned to Plano to teach. With two young kids attending Plano Schools, she is a true Plano Mom (and a soccer Mom!!). She loves writing about parenting topics and fun events for kids around town.

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