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Camp Is for All Kids!

People who work at camps for children with special needs will often report one universal truth about these programs. Once the kids enter the camp’s grounds, they’re no longer defined by their…

5 Tips for First-Time Overnight Campers

Whether you've attended summer camp as a child or whether your child is the first in your family to go to camp, sending your child to camp takes some preparation and…

When Fun Fulfills a Purpose

Parents know there is a small window of time to make a meaningful, positive impact on children and shape who they may become as adults. A large portion of that influence comes…

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Find a Travel Camp for Your Teen

Travel camps give children the opportunity and freedom to explore the world while also remaining safe and learning some things along the way.

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What Type of Camp Will Your Child Like?

When I was younger, I had only one choice for summer camp—the town camp. The town camp was a traditional all-day six-hour camp with a heavy emphasis on sports. I…

Stronger Together

The Chocolate Ballerina Company, an organization that supports artists of color in the Philadelphia area, has a creed that its young ballerinas memorize and are encouraged to recite every day:…

After the Bell

Even though your kids would probably dispute the numbers, the fact is that 80% of a young person’s life is spent outside of school. The summer accounts for some of…

Early Learner Summer Pods Announced

The Barnes Foundation is partnering with seven other Philadelphia cultural organizations to offer free summer activities for children ages 5 and under. The Early Learner Summer Pods program targets children living…

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