I’ll Show You Mine If You Show Me Yours

Everyone has talents–some obvious, some hidden. At camp, it’s easy to see who the athletes are, somewhat harder to see who the artists are, and almost impossible to see who the intellectuals are. Because enhanced self-esteem is a cornerstone outcome of most camp programs, it is worth reflecting now–post season–about the ways in which your program identifies, cultivates, and showcases talents of all types. Self-esteem, after all, is grounded in feelings of competence. And feeling good about at least one …


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One comment on “I’ll Show You Mine If You Show Me Yours

  1. Steve Trauger on said:

    Great program title – “I’ll Show You Mine, If You Show Me Yours”! I’m thinking talent show or something featuring ‘collecting’; however, it would be tweaked further, and easily: “I’ll Play Mine, If You Play Yours”, “I’ll Sing For You, If You’ll Sing For Me”, etc. Thanks for the inspiration! ST

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