Don’t Spoil A Good Thing

Any camp director can tell you that kids learn a lot of new skills at camp.

Please, thank you and pass the milk!

Sure, there are the obvious campcraft skills like tying knots, mastering a new swimming stroke or learning to read a compass.

But perhaps more important are the life skills kids pick up at camp. Things like being on time for activities, table manners, independence and responsibility.

Parents, don’t let your kids slack off on those skills once they get home.

Read this list of useful skills your children are learning at camp, courtesy of Summer Camp Success. (Scroll down a bit to find the article): http://bit.ly/n9DWFB

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