December 18, 2018
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Camp Resources

Yes, believe it or not it’s time to think about your children’s summer camp plans. To help make the process easier and more efficient we would like to personally invite you to attend the free Westchester Family 2019 Camp Fairs. Read more…

Coping With Homesickness

Coping With Homesickness

Tweens: This summer, millions of children will get their first taste of independence at a summer resident camp. For many, it will also be their first experience with homesickness. But parents don’t have to feel helpless when homesickness strikes. The prescription for camper homesickness is a simple solution of preparation and patience. Read more…
Tweens: When I was young, there were certain books I read many times over. One was about a girl named Judy whose parents owned an ice-cream shop in Brooklyn; another was about a scary old couple who nearly brought the world to an end. But my very favorite was about a girl who attended sleep-away camp. Read more…
Special Needs: Camp Is a great experience for children. And children with special neds are no exception. Here are four camps that might be a good fot if tyour child has special needs. Read more…
Tweens: Like many parents, you may be eager to provide your child with the simple pleasures of summer camp – group campfires and singalongs, outdoor fun and lasting friendships. Yet if your child is on the quieter side – hesitant about new situations or just not a stereotypical rip-roaring camp type – you may worry. Will camp be a treasured memory – or, gulp, a disaster? Read more…

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