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"Camp Walt Whitman, located in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, is the best coed sleepaway camp available in New England. Boys and girls from 2nd grade to teens have the time of their lives every summer. Visit site: Camp Walt Whitman 1000 Cape Moonshine Rd Piermont, NH 03779 603-764-5521 cww@campwalt.com" – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Top Three Summer Activity Ideas for Kids


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Top Three Summer Activity Ideas for Kids
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  • Summers here, bringing your kids two glorious
    months of freedom and fun in the sun

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  • as long as they dont get bored or start
    spending too much time in front of the computer
    or TV.

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  • Keep your youngsters busy, happy and active over
    these celebrated months with a little planning
    and make this their best summer ever.

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  • So, step away from all those screens and...

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GO TO CAMP
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  • If youve been on any summer camp visits, youll
    probably have a good idea of whether your
    youngster is ready for sleepaway camp.

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  • Overnight summer camps offer kids a wonderful
    world of outdoor activities, arts and crafts,
    campfires, new friends and exciting challenges.

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  • Whether a two-week session or a summer-long
    adventure, sleepaway camp gives youngsters the
    chance to discover

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  • Whether a two-week session or a summer-long
    adventure, sleepaway camp gives youngsters the
    chance to discover

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  • so much about the natural world and themselves,
    gaining confidence, self-esteem and
    responsibility

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  • along with a whole passel of new friends and
    new skills.

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If your child isnt quite ready for sleepaway
camp, check out local day camps.
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Whether private or run by local recreation
programs, day camps have super activities like
Swimming lessons
Nature explorations
Games
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Sports
Rope Courses
Archery
Bundle of other outdoor adventures
Rainy day fun
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Often kids can attend for half- or full-day
sessions, so its easy to accommodate everyones
schedule.
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HAVE FUN WITH THE FAMILY
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  • Plan some summertime family projects and events
  • the warm weather months present a myriad of
    opportunities to spend
  • quality time together.

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  • Plant a garden
  • kids love watching fast-growers like cucumbers,
    peas and tomatoes spring up, even if theyre not
    crazy
  • about eating veggies.

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  • You can enhance the green experience with
    activities like building and decorating a
    birdhouse,
  • making wind chimes or
  • just having a painting
  • party to spruce up the
  • deck furniture.

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  • Take a day trip to the local park, hit the beach
    or take a bike ride around the neighborhood.

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  • It doesnt have to be a fancy or expensive trip
    the point is just to hang out together, relax and
    have fun.

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The more adventurous may like to take a family
camping trip.
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Most state and national parks have reasonable
rates, and the opportunity to tell stories around
the campfire and sleep under the stars with your
kids is truly priceless.
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If your child is just about ready for the first
year at sleepaway camp, its also a great preview
of what itll be like to sleep in a cabin out in
the woods.
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Listen to the night noises of the forest and
identify them for your child, from croaking frogs
to chirping crickets its reassuring for kids to
know that those mysterious sounds may be nothing
scarier than a barn owl.
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DONT STOP LEARNING
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  • Even though its summer and schools out, kids
    can keep on learning in a more unstructured,
  • laid-back way.

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  • Plan some trips to local museums, zoos, nature
    centers or historic sites.

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  • Youngsters especially love places with hands-on
    exhibits, whether aquariums, science museums

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  • or museums just for kids, so go on-line
    together and dig up some fascinating family field
    trips.

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  • Closer to home, libraries, art associations and
    recreation department offer a cool variety of
    summertime activities

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  • from summer reading programs to painting
    classes and writing workshops.

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  • If you're considering sending your child to an
    overnight summer camp, be sure to visit our site
    to learn about Camp Walt Whitman.

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  • Located in the White Mountains of New Hampshire,
    Camp Walt Whitman offers a safe, nurturing
    environment in a beautiful mountain setting.

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  • Our camp is a coed sleepaway camp, with separate
    areas for boys and girls. The kids have a blast,
    and make friendships that can last a lifetime.

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  • www.campwalt.com

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  • Camp Walt Whitman
  • 1000 Cape Moonshine Rd
  • Piermont, NH 03779
  • 603-764-5521
  • cww_at_campwalt.com
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