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San Mateo Tumble Town
1333 Old County Rd, Belmont, CA 94002

Tumble Town is the preschool division of San Mateo Gymnastics. The Munchkin program is designed especially forMore children from walking age to 6 years old, and tumbling classes are for children of any age. The facility is equipped with bars, beams, mats, small trampolines, a huge play castle, ball pits, dungeons and towers, and features a padded spring floor. Tumble Town is a great place for field trips or children's birthday parties.


James Smyrak, D.D.S.
2130 Ralston Ave, Belmont, CA 94002
Dr. James Smyrak, D.D.S., is a dentist in Belmont. He specializes in general dentistry, especially pedodonticsMore (children's dentistry).  Dr. Smyrak wants to instill healthy habits for their oral hygiene and for your children for a long life of overall good health.  Call for an appointment today.
OT 4 Kids
751 Alameda de Las Pulgas, Belmont, CA 94002
OT 4 Kids is a pediatric occupational therapy clinic providing evaluations and therapy to preschool and elementaryMore school aged children. The location is bright and cheerful and features a playground, and the staff is friendly and knowledgeable. OT 4 Kids helps children develop basic sensory-motor foundations for successful academic learning, play and socialization. The program encourages self-esteem through positive experiences in a playful and nurturing environment.
Belmont Library
1110 Alameda de Las Pulgas, Belmont, CA 94002

The Belmont Library is part of the Peninsula Library System and is the only public library in town. Most materialsMore may be checked out for three weeks, with two renewals. Renewals may be made online at smcl.org, by calling (650) 638-0399 or at the library.

Founded in 2006, the library offers a variety of programs and events for children, teens and adults. During the school year, a homework center is open from 3pm to 6pm Monday through Thursday for children and teens. Free tutoring is offered in the center, as well as computers for research.

Little Monkey and Mouse
926 Ralston Ave, Belmont, CA 94002
Little Monkey and Mouse sells a selection of children's books in Chinese, bilingual English, Bopomofo, simplifiedMore Chinese with Pinyin and traditional Chinese with Pinyin. It also sells a selection of interactive media, arts and cultural products, toys and other educational materials. Books for teens and adults are available as well.
Pilgrim Kitchen
311 El Camino Real, Belmont, CA 94002
Pilgrim Kitchen is a friendly neighborhood bakery and many of its patrons have been coming here since they wereMore children.  Its pink and green exterior adds a wonderful retro touch, and the scent of fresh baked goods would beckon even the most hard-core dieter in the front door! The classic pies and doughnuts are not to be missed.
Great Clips
2040 Ralston Ave, Belmont, CA 94002
This location of the Great Clips national chain has eight chairs. These salons are noted for providing good cuts in aMore timely manner for a fair price. There are usually two or three stylists available. Men, women and children are welcome. This location caries a large selection of their Solutions haircare product line.
Galileo Learning
525 Middle Rd, Belmont, CA 94002
Galileo Learning is a company offering summer camps throughout California. This location, Camp Galileo Belmont,More offers summer programs for children in 3rd to 5th grade. It is held at Central Elementary School. Please visit the site for rate and program information.
Curiosity Corner
3100 Saint James Rd, Belmont, CA 94002
Curiosity Corner of Belmont is part of the Fox Elementary school system.  Established in 1980, it is a day careMore center that is designed to meet the needs of the neighborhood community. The center strives to instill individuality, self-discipline and creativity into children. As a school, it tries to maximize the child's potential and personal development. It is open to all students of Fox Elementary School.  
Challenge School
580 Masonic Way, Belmont, CA 94002
Challenge School of Belmont is a Mandarin immersion school. It focuses on an academic curriculum and a mix of guidedMore play to allow children to acquire the language naturally. The classrooms here, filled with art, are open and bright.
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