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Mini Infant Center
3149 Waverley St, Palo Alto, CA 94306
Mini Infant Center (known as "MINI") on Waverly Avenue has been a part of Palo Alto Community Child Care (PACCC) sinceMore 1978. MINI cares for children aged  2 months to 2 years and has five staff members.  Lunch and snacks are served every day.  A wide variety of activities for the kids are offered, including field trips to local parks, art projects, music time, time with puzzles and books, make-believe play and outdoor play structured time.
Besse Bolton Kids' Club
500 E Meadow Dr, Palo Alto, CA 94306
Besse Bolton Kids' Club, part of Palo Alto Community Child Care (PACCC), cares for children at Fairmeadow ElementaryMore 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.
Heffalump Co-operative Preschool
3990 Ventura Ct, Palo Alto, CA 94306

Heffalump is a non-profit cooperative nursery school designed to provide children with an alternative to traditionalMore preschool programs. The school offers 2- to 5-year-old kids a warm, supportive and nurturing environment.

The educational program balances teacher-directed activity and unstructured play time. Each week, a new theme is chosen to direct daily activities, such as "shapes," "feelings," or "energy." Activities include art, science, cooking, gardening and more.

Escondido Kids' Club
890 Escondido Rd, Stanford, CA 94305
This club is a part of Palo Alto Community Child Care and is located in Escondido Elementary School. It puts an emphasisMore on diversity and many of its students are a part of the Escondido Elementary School Spanish Immersion Program. Student activities include clay modeling, jewelry making, yoga, cooking projects and group games which incorporate music, stories and different languages. Nutritious snacks are provided for the students on a daily basis and the club often hosts fun events for the whole family. The EKC serves students from Kindergarten through the 5th grade.
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