Summer camp is a time to create memories of laughter, friendship, and new adventures. It is a time to get away for a week, and experience new adventures with familiar and fresh faces. It is a chance to experience the sound of crickets at night while lying awake in the bunk, wondering what kind of excitement the next day will bring. Camp is where friendships are created that last a lifetime.
Outdoor play is a great tool to engage a child and incorporate all seven areas of learning. Well thought out activities can excite, challenge and memorize children, teaching them new skills or experience new ideas all through play. For example, building a ball run is a simple activity in itself. However children often work as a team, sharing ideas and overcoming problems in the process. Number could be incorporated if the children are asked to build the ball run from a pre-drawn instruction
As adults, we spend a lot of time away from our family and friends due to work or other priorities in our life. We learn to adapt and keep going through these times of being away and this can make us a greater person. Summer sleep-away camp is much like a longer version of a sleepover and can be a great head start for children who may not be away from their family and friends much. This leads me to feel that summer sleep-away camps have positive effects on children and should even be considered important to the development of a child.
Waterfront pavilions and picnic areas give families an opportunity to share a meal. And, for those wanting to make more than a day of it, a campground with a boat ramp offers amenities. RV and primitive camping are
Where to begin? From start to finish this summer has been like no other. The 2D girls hit it off from the first week of camp with awesome sports and trips. Our very first trip was to gymnastics where our girls showed us their cool flips and tricks! Beach, Liberty science center, bowling, pump it up, and keansburg are just a few more of the fun trips we went on. Each day is jam packed with non stop fun and this is just glimpse of our everyday with you girls. Charlotte and Marilyn are always first in the pool showing us their cool pool tricks. When we have four square Linda, our superstar four square player, will be the first one running to be ace. Ruby and Leah are our star kickers helping us win our line soccer games! Who can forget our group name for the scavenger hunt?!? The 2D omelets definitely rocked it, taking first place! In dance, Grace, Mira, and Felicia always blow us away with their awesome moves!
Educational programs at the YMCA have featured different content. Recently, I got the chance to discuss educational programs at the YMCA with two members. The first individual worked in the childcare area and also regularly used the fitness center. She told me that she enjoyed working at the YMCA because it was an “easy and fun job”. She said that she worked there with two of her friends and that she was friendly with the rest of the staff. When I asked her about her training she told me about the ideals that she was trained to promote. She said that it was made clear that she should strive to be fair, honest, compassionate, and respectful of all the staff members and the children. She also mentioned that she was to speak with children whenever
- Cycling team as auxiliary, age around 15, as a unit of family to participate in the activities, obey the arrangement and coordination of the organizing committee. Considering the activity intensity, mainly "just involved" will be the target for bicycle team, do not have to complete the whole. Cyclist can join at any time, but have to accept the arrangement of the organizing committee scheduling
Clay Creatures- The campers would go around and say the most prominent emotion that they today and then be given clay to create what they think that emotion would look like in 3D form. This would be a great way for them to reflect on the day and to recognize/validate their own emotions and
Tyler Thigpen introduces the Cajun Summer Camp at Lakeview Park and Beach through the article "Saturday Night at the Zydeco". Cajun Summer Camp was established in 1960s, and reborn 2003 when current owner purchased the camp. Thigpen delivers the owners' effort to manage the camp, and conserve the visitors' valuable memories. Thigpen builds the article around the interview with the camp owners, Kyzar, Laura Pitre and Lance Pitre, who are directly associated with the camp; the article is considered bias due to the respondent of the interview.
Educational programming includes activities ranging from Mad Science presentations, karaoke, opportunities for private academic tutoring, and more. Further augmenting the educational experience provided at The Heritage Learning Center, students will create art, do science experiments, and create their own snacks to eat. Truly, The Heritage Learning Center understands that education does not stop during summer recess, that learning and engaging with the world is always occurring, and the summer is a fantastic opportunity to get children excited about learning, academics, and their
Several students have been chosen to chaperone the annual spring break games. A festive event for kids at the local camp ground "Camp Packanack". It's very similar to any summer camp,they are numerous games and challenges for the kids. This year,Matthew Henson an up and coming athlete, Kenny Riedell your Average joe,Mitch Floyd a stoner, Aj Manson A rocker chick,Vanessa Jones,Track and field star Brandon Wilson reknown quarterback, Tiffany Cox, the easiest girl in school and more will be this year camp cousenlours. The camp is owned and maintained by Kenny's parents making him head cousenlor.The cousenlors board the bus headed for Packanack
Edwards, C. P. (2002). Three Approaches from Europe: Waldorf, Montessori, and Reggio Emilia. Early Childhood Research and Practice, 4(1), 2-14. Retrieved from http://ecrp.uiuc.edu/v4n1/edwards.html
It has been well established that early childhood is a crucial time for children’s cognitive development (Bowman, Donovan & Burns, 2001). Preschool curriculum is the entire span of lessons and teachings that a child will be taught during the course of a preschool year (Rock, 2015). Preschool curriculum covers a wide variety of academic, social, physical, and emotional lessons and usually vary from school to school and teaching method to teaching method. Depending upon the school and the preschool philosophy employed by the preschool, the preschool curriculum can be developed by administrators, teachers, and parents.
Summer season is the best time for festivals and activities. You can never get bored on a summer day or night. During the day, there are fun activities such as: swimming, sports, picnics,