As Children Blossom Therapy Center 621 E Campbell Ave, Campbell, CA95008 As Children Blossom Therapy Center provides occupational and speech-language therapy services for children in the…More Campbell community. These services include evaluation, parent education, and play-based skill groups. The therapists on staff include Katrina Ng, M.S. and Camille Castillo Leach, M.S. Please see the Web site for its qualifications, or call to schedule an appointment.<b><br></b>
Round Table Pizza 1400 W Campbell Ave, Campbell, CA95008 Round Table Pizza on West Campbell Avenue was voted one of Bay Area's Best in a the Bay Area Parent Magazine. The…More restaurant offers a variety of pizzas as well as gourmet sandwiches, salads and appetizers. All you can eat lunch buffet is available daily and family buffet night is offered every Tuesday night.
Montessori Academy of Campbell 177 E Rincon Ave, Campbell, CA95008 Montessori Academy of Campbell, located on Rincon Avenue, offers flexible learning programs that meet the needs of each…More parent and child. The academy stimulates growth and personal strength for children and provides interactive vocabulary, hands-on learning and strong fundamental academic preparation, encouraging children to become self-directed.
Sunnymont Nursey School 771 Waldo Rd, Campbell, CA95008 This parent participation co-op child care center serves families in Campbell, San Jose and surrounding areas. All…More scheduled activities are overseen by professional teachers. Various enrollment packages are available, including part-time attendance. The grounds feature a charming veggie garden in the side yard. The school is located about five blocks west of the San Tomas Expressway, in Campbell's San Tomas Aquino district. Call for detailed information, or to schedule an appointment to visit the school.
Let's Play In Spanish 1 W Campbell Ave, Campbell, CA95008 Let's Play In Spanish is a school that uses fun techniques to teach children the Spanish language. The classes are full…More immersion and feature parent participation classes. The school chose to focus on the Spanish language because of the growing use of Spanish in the United States and around the world--27 million homes in the U.S. speak Spanish as their first language, and over 300 million people around the world speak the language. Even President Barack Obama created a video telling parents and children they should learn to speak Spanish.