Most summer camps have taken steps to prevent bullying, serve healthy meals and employ social media.
Involving your kids in finding the right summer camp can be a fun family project. Here's how to go about it.
Summer day camps offered by Delaware Valley parks and recreation departments are abundant and affordable. Non-residents can usually enroll their kids for a small extra fee.
Friends, challenges, science experiments, acceptance, the food, the freedom to be themselves — that's why kids love camp!
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Families and friends can capture the summer camp spirit by trying these fun and popular games and experiences.
Kids can unwind, gain self-confidence and expand creative and critical thinking as they paint, sculpt, dance and make music.
If you have a child with special needs seeking to develop skills such as bike or horseback riding, arts, drama or sports, look into summer camps.