Learning Your Letters

Campers love getting mail from Mom and Dad; it’s one of the highlights of their day. But what should a parent write about? Mom doesn’t want to set off a bout of homesickness. Dad wants to make his kid laugh from afar. Most camp directors have some good letter-writing advice for parents. Here’s another cool resource: the Letters to Camp blog. Here you’ll find ideas, sample letters, funny jokes and advice. Go to http://letterstocamp.net/ Related posts: Preparing Special-Needs Kids For …

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One comment on “Learning Your Letters

  1. Steve Robins on said:

    Thanks for mentioning the Letters to Camp blog! If I can ever answer a letter-writing question for you, please let me know. And be sure to check out our latest parents’ cheat sheet, How to Write Letters to Camp at http://letterstocamp.net/2011/06/05/infographic-how-to-write-letters-to-camp/

    Cheers!
    Steve

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