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.
Palo Verde Kids' Club 3450 Louis Rd, Palo Alto, CA94303 Palo Verde Kids' Club is a non-profit, after-school program for children in elementary school. It offers a variety of…More age-appropriate activities including cooking, art and science, as well as outdoor activities. It also plans and participates in at least two community service projects a year. Parents are encouraged to participate and share a special talent, skill or interest with the children. Some financial assistance is available.
Mini Infant Center 3149 Waverley St, Palo Alto, CA94306 Mini Infant Center (known as "MINI") on Waverly Avenue has been a part of Palo Alto Community Child Care (PACCC) since…More 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, 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.
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.
Ohlone Kids' Club 950 Amarillo Ave, Palo Alto, CA94303 This after-school program acts as an extension of the community for families of Ohlone Elementary School. Facilities…More include a complete kitchen, living room areas, art and building spaces and an outdoor play area. Wednesday Club activities include cooking, yoga, sports, carpentry and science. Fourth and fifth graders plan and implement two community service projects each year.
Heffalump is a non-profit cooperative nursery school designed to provide children with an alternative to traditional…More 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.
YMCA of Silicon Valley 3412 Ross Rd, Palo Alto, CA94303 Committed to building strong kids, families and communities, the YMCA of Silicon Valley offers a wide variety of…More membership options and ways to get and stay active. In addition to the gym, it has classes and sports for children, pre- and post-natal group exercise classes, programs for seniors and those with disabilities, a teen activity center and more. Unique features include a 25-foot climbing wall, life-enrichment seminars and child care.
Sam Samudio, D.D.S,. and Associates 750 Welch Rd Ste 102, Palo Alto, CA94304 Sam Samudio, D.D.S., and Associates is a pediatric dentistry office serving toddlers to teens. The practice…More provides general dentistry services for kids and orthodontic evaluations when necessary. There are toys and activities in the waiting room to engage kids while they wait for their turn. Dentists in the practice are Sam Samudio, D.D.S., Su-Chieh Brian Liu, D.D.S. and M.S., Daniel Ponce, D.D.S., and dental anesthesiologist Terry A. Homer, M.D. For more information or to schedule an appointment, give this practice a call.
Escondido Kids' Club 890 Escondido Rd, Stanford, CA94305 This club is a part of Palo Alto Community Child Care and is located in Escondido Elementary School. It puts an emphasis…More 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.
Serving the Duveneck Elementary School community, the Duveneck Kids' Club provides age-appropriate care for children…More in kindergarten through fifth grade. The club is open after school and during school breaks and staff development days, and it hosts the Duveneck Nothing But Fun Camp during the summer. The club offers a wide variety of activities including arts, crafts, cooking, sewing, gardening, sports and games, and it serves healthy snacks daily. In addition, it provides homework time Monday through Thursday, with teachers available to help.