Walter Hays Kids' Club 1525 Middlefield Rd, Palo Alto, CA94301 Walter Hays Kids' Club (WHKC), a program of Palo Alto Community Child Care (PACCC), is located in the back of Walter…More Hays School. There is a large playground with creative and unique equipment, as well as a wide area of black top and field where kids can run around. The school shares its play area with the WHKC program.
Hoover Kids' Club 445 E Charleston Rd, Palo Alto, CA94306 Hoover Kids' Club is part of Palo Alto Community Child Care (PACCC) and is an after school program for children at…More Hoover Elementary School. It is conveniently located at the elementary school itself, near Mitchell Park. Daily activities include outside play, snack time and quiet time, as well as participation in teacher-led projects. Families receive weekly emails about the activities at Hoover Kids' Club. Parental involvement is also encouraged through potlucks and fundraisers throughout the year.
Children's Library 1276 Harriet St, Palo Alto, CA94301 With a staff that is always smiling and friendly, the Children's Library is the place to bring kids for a fun experience…More of learning and exploration. The shelves, chairs, computers and tables are child-sized, so every kid can feel comfortable and welcome. The book topics cover a wide range, from books on birds to easy-to-read chapter books and bedtime stories.
Addison Kids' Club 650 Addison Ave, Palo Alto, CA94301 Part of Palo Alto Community Child Care, this particular Addison Kids' Club site is an after-school program for children…More in kindergarden through fifth grade, providing outdoor equipment such as basketball hoops and soccer goals, organized group games as well as teacher-lead projects such as painting, collaging, sewing and woodworking.
Gap Kids 228 Stanford Shopping Ctr, Palo Alto, CA94304 Gap Kids is the part of the nationwide chain that specializes in childrens' clothing. The store is conveniently located…More in the Stanford Shopping Center next to Baby Gap and across from the Gap. Its clothes range from jeans and shirts to dresses and skirts.
Gymboree 204 Stanford Shopping Ctr, Palo Alto, CA94304 Gymboree sells high-quality kids clothes from newborn up to 12 years of age, whether you're looking for shirts, skirts,…More jeans or shoes. It is easy to make full collections of clothing at Gymboree as it has a full selection of styles and colors your kids will love. Gymboree was founded in 1976 and now has close to 900 retail stores in North America.
Pottery Barn Kids 163 Stanford Shopping Ctr, Palo Alto, CA94304 Pottery Barn Kids is a nationwide children's furniture store with a location in Palo Alto. It sells cribs, beds, tables…More and more. This is a large, well-decorated store with a girls and boys section to it. Call the number provided for more information.
Snip-Its 855 El Camino Real Ste 33, Palo Alto, CA94301 This national chain of salons caters to kids. Snip-Its has a full staff of style professionals to make your kid…More look great. Ask about birthday parties and special events.
Juana Briones Kids' Club 4100 Orme St, Palo Alto, CA94306 Juana Briones Kids' Club, part of Palo Alto Community Child Care (PACCC), is a state licensed after-school program that…More cares for elementary school-age children at Juana Briones Elementary School. The center is located at Juana Briones school, and there is a one-to-10 teacher-student ratio. Kinders may choose from a part day-program that runs until 2:45pm, or a full-day program that runs until 6pm. There is a 45-minute period designated for homework, reading or listening to stories (for younger children). Parents are kept updated with the activities at Kids' Club through weekly emails and monthly newsletters, as well as through a yearly conference.
Besse Bolton Kids' Club 500 E Meadow Dr, Palo Alto, CA94306 Besse Bolton Kids' Club, part of Palo Alto Community Child Care (PACCC), cares for children at Fairmeadow Elementary…More School. The center is located at the elementary school, right next to Menlo Park, and has three portable buildings: one for kindergartners, and two for kids in first through fifth grade. Each room has homework help, and age-appropriate activities for the children. Activities include arts and crafts, science, cooking, gardening and nature projects. Parent involvement is encouraged with fundraisers, potluck dinners and art shows.