10 Reasons Why You Should Encourage Your Teen to Be a Camp Counselor - Your teen has been to summer camp for a few years and now he’s old enough to join camp staff as a counselor in training (CIT). What are the benefits of your child being on staff? Counselors on staff are provided important training, get real-life opportunities to manage conflict and learn practical life skills while having fun all the while. Here are 10 practical reasons why a teen should think about joining camp staff for the summer. (799-word)
Camp Provides More Than Fun For Kids - When your child goes to camp, you know he’s going to meet new kids and have fun. Yet, the camp experience can provide much more than just a fun time. Camp can provide kids a wide variety of experiences that can expand their thinking, broaden their friendships, strengthen their self esteem, and enhance their self reliance. (784 word)
So Your Child’s Going to Camp – At 792 words, this piece offers your readers tips on how to prepare their child for camp, suggestions on addressing a child’s possible fears of camp, and what to pack for the trip.
First Time at Sleepover Camp and a Homesickness Tips sidebar – All parents are nervous when they send their first child off to a sleepaway camp. Here is a 749-word article with a 203-word sidebar that reviews simple steps to help parents with the selection of a camp and prepare their child for camp.
This Year, Pick Family Camp – This summer instead of sending just your kids to camp, why not head to camp as a family? Here is a 747-word article that discusses the benefits of family camp and helps your readers with the questions needed to ask about family camp.