Whatever your child's art interests -- acting, drawing, music, photography or another -- there's a summer program to match.
Under pressure to succeed academically, socially, in extracurricular activities and with social media, kids to be able to learn from mistakes.
The increasingly popular trend of shorter essions and more registration options has not diminished summer camp's benefits.
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!
Is your child ready? Which camp is right? How do you prepare? Advice for parents of young first-time day campers.