Creating Competent Kids

We all know that going to camp is a learning experience.

Camp helps create competent, confident kids.

Sure, kids learn lots of useful, concrete things — how to paddle a canoe, cook dinner over a campfire, identify trees by their leaves … the list is long.

But it’s the lessons learned about themselves that really make a difference in their lives.

Jill Drake talks about that less-tangible growth in this insightful column from the Camper for Life blog:

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