Waterlogged On Land

A dive into a cold lake, a dip in the pool and a game of Marco Polo provide an opportunity to cool off on warm days. On an ordinary camp day, they are often the highlight. However, campers can’t stay in the pool all the time. Counselors are frequently challenged to find other ways to keep kids cool. In creating some other activities involving water that can be played within a small cabin group or between several small groups, and …


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