To make you feel a bit better about the benefits summer camps for young children can offer, let's take a look at the most common worries parents may have about enrolling their toddlers in this type of program.
Which type of summer program will be the best fit for your child's needs and interests? We hope this fun quiz will help to illuminate your child's tendencies and the kinds of camps you should look for.
During the summer months, it's important that a young child’s learning and growth do not take a summer break. From social skills to self-esteem to physical activity and intellectual challenges, a quality summer day camp for preschool and grade school children can have tremendous benefits for your child's development.
Choosing a summer camp for your child can be a difficult decision. With years of experience running our own summer camp, we have put together a handy guide for parents to help guide you as you search for the right summer camp for your needs.
In summers past, kids would gladly stay outside from dawn until dusk, roaming their neighborhoods at will. But today, parents want to know their children are safe during playtime. So how do you keep your kids from parking in front of the TV or computer all summer long? We’ve come up with some boredom-busting ideas that will provide hours of fun and engagement for both you and your children.