Is it time for your child to go to summer camp? Discover the basics in this handy guide.
If your child is old enough, it might be time to consider summer camp. In this guide, you will discover what your child can expect at a day camp or sleep away camp. You will also discover a range of specialized camps available to children of different ages. There is now a wide variety of camps that cater to children’s interests and talents, including sports camps, performance arts camps, and more.
In case you’re thinking you might not be able to afford to send your child to camp, there are a lot of ways you can make camp affordable.
If you’re wondering how you’re going to juggle day care this summer, or your child is begging to go to camp, download this guide now to help you
start looking for the right camp for your child, for their best summer yet.
Sending Your Child to Summer Camp:
Basics for Beginners
Table of Contents
What’s in This Guide
Chapter 1: Why send your child to summer camp?
Chapter 2: The most common types of summer camp to choose from
Chapter 3: Specialized summer camp options to consider
•Sleep away camps
•Special needs camps
•Underprivileged background camps
•Independent (private) camps
•Entrepreneurship camps for budding business owners
•Special focus camps such as weight loss camps for teens
•Single sex camps
•Enrichment camps such as leadership skills
•Faith based camps
Chapter 4: How to choose the right camp for your child
Chapter 5: A typical schedule at a day camp
Chapter 6: What your child can expect if they attend a sleepaway camp
Chapter 7: What should your child pack for camp?
Chapter 8: What should you do if your child is suffering from separation anxiety or homesickness?
Chapter 9: How to manage the cost of summer camp
About the Authors
The authors have all been campers themselves. Diana has been the manager of a sleepaway camp, and is the author of several other guides designed to help your family live their best life.
Alanna and Ashleen have been both campers there, as well as counsellors in training, and full counselors. They love all aspects of camping apart from the occasional skunk under the bunk.