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Gearing up for summer camps

Picking and preparing for summer's adventures

2:51 PM, Mar. 15, 2013
Asking questions of your child and camp staff can go a long way to making sure a camp is a good fit with your child.
Asking questions of your child and camp staff can go a long way to making sure a camp is a good fit with your child.
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After nine months of reading, writing and rules, kids look forward to a much-needed break in the summer. While freedom from routines is fun for a while, children are soon searching for something to fill their day. Camps are the perfect fit, combining a little structure with plenty of fun.

There is a wide variety of camps available and numerous factors to consider before signing up. Then, before sending them on their way, a bit of preparation is needed to ensure they have a positive experience at camp.Choosing a camp

When selecting a camp, parents and children should evaluate the total program - ...

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