Camping. Friday , April 27th , 2018 - 21:10:14 PM
Typically an overnight summer camp experience will leave a lot of wonderful memories for the child or teen camper. Think about what you and your child hope they‘ll get from going to camp. Look over and evaluate the brochures and promotional materials; read the fine print. If you spend the time needed to research your options and include your child in all the decisions he or she will most likely have a memorable experience that provides opportunities to grow while having a lot of fun and making new friends.
Are there returning students? Is there a waiting list? Does the website have testimonials from former students? Are there success stories where past students have been successfully advanced into higher levels? This is a true test of a camp‘s quality and should not go unnoticed during your evaluation. Ask those questions of the camp leadership personnel.
Packing List for Summer Youth Camp. One of the first things you need to do is time to start making a packing list for the camp. It is important to know what can be taken and what must be left behind. Most camps will provide you a list of items that need to be packed. Some camps require certain clothing and some special equipment. They also may prohibit certain items. When packing for camp these lists are a great place to start. Another good resource to discover what to pack is to talk to the camp staff.
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