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Month: June 2017

Bringing Camp Home

Bringing Camp Home

As camp comes to a close, your campers will return home with priceless memories of fun experiences, and with skills and manners applicable to everyday life. Here are some of the skills your children can continue practicing once they return home from camp. They will know how to: Keep their personal spaces organized and tidy. Keep their dirty clothes and laundry separate from clean clothing. Make their beds in the morning. Use “please” and “thank you” more often. Exhibit mealtime…

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How to Respond to a Homesick Letter

How to Respond to a Homesick Letter

Overnight camp is a chance for your child to have a fun and unforgettable learning experience. You want them to write about how amazing camp has been so far, but sometimes you get a homesick letter instead. It can be difficult to console to your child in writing, but here are some tips you can use to combat this weighty feeling. First things foremost, acknowledge their feelings. Let them know you are glad they are expressing their feelings to you….

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Meet Our First Term Staff!

Meet Our First Term Staff!

Abbey Hahnel is from San Antonio and she is studying nursing at UT Health- San Antonio.             Alyssa Tannous is from Cypress, TX. She graduated from the University of Houston where she majored in early childhood education.             Amy Hilliard is from the UK where she is majoring in childhood studies at Sheffield Hallan University.             Amy Simmons is from Stephenville, TX, and she studies…

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