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Camp Guide 2014

Summer camps offer something for everyone cause it’s one where they still have some places left. It is essential to take into account the interests of your children in order for them to have an enjoyable and enriching experience. There are conventional camps, which offer a wide range of outdoor activities and group games. Other camps offer special interest activities, such as specific sports, visual arts, music, cooking, or even the sciences, including astronomy. The length of stay can also vary. Some parents prefer to stick with day camps or short stays so their children won’t get homesick. Others opt to send

their children for a week or more to develop their independence. Children living with a physical or mental disability can also benefit greatly from a stay at a summer camp. Some camps are specifically adapted to meet such needs and have qualified personnel trained to care for them 24 hours a day. Whatever type of camp a family is looking for, it is always advisable to visit it first or speak with camp staff on the phone – this will help you be sure their priority is the wellbeing of the children and their focus suits the needs and interests of your children.

It’s important to choose a summer camp that is adapted to a child’s interests.

 

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Lifestyle - Winter still holds us in its icy grip, but it’s already time to start planning for summer camp. Sleep-away camp is a character-building experience for children who are ready for it. If you want your child to attend camp when it’s convenient for your summer schedule, you’ll need to get busy now and reserve a space early. Because summer camps are increasingly in demand, take the time to do some research and see what kind of camp will best suit your child. There is a lot to choose from, so you don’t want to end up sending him or her to just any camp simply be-

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