Summer arts camps are a great alternative for some kids, including those who don't like sports. Talent is not a prerequisite, just an interest to explore.
Have a look at the camp trends for this year including art, academic, gardening, mystery, adventure, service learning and family.
Choosing a summer adventure camp for your children gives them the opportunity to discover themselves as well as have them learn how to be self sufficient and resourceful.
Hundreds of families came to the MetroKids 10th annual Super Camp Fair Sunday, Jan. 28 at the Plymouth Meeting Mall to learn about summer programs at more than 75 camps from Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and elsewhere.
Is sleep-over or day camp right for your child? What are the signs of readiness? How do you prepare?
There are many summer camp options: sports, arts, overnight, adventure... Choose one to match your child's interests and abilities.
Encourage children to spend the summer months learning and developing specialized skills.
10 benefits of dance for your child.