Few places on earth can provide a child with opportunities for never ending daily fun the way the best camps can. All of that great fun would be reason enough for anyone to want to be at an overnight camp, but summer camp offers much more to a child’s life, whether it’s a nature camp or animal camp or a science camp or a nonspecific resident camp.
Summer camps are healthy! Exercise is a part of any child’s life of play, and camp is a natural provider of constant, safe, imaginative physical play. This brings opportunities for every camper’s intellect and imagination to get plenty of exercise at the same time.
Summer camp offers a wonderful template for kids to learn the skills of social interaction in a more creative and independent way than school settings allow. Still gently guided by capable adult friends and role models called counselors, campers get an independent chance to apply what they have been taught at home in a larger world.
Campers grow into themselves, setting newer and higher standards for their own behavior. The kids camp daily context is activities that encourage perseverance, listening skills, teamwork, and the ability to recognize similarities and appreciate differences in each individual. Self discovery becomes a lifelong habit.
Jeff and Lonnie Lorenz, directors of Wisconsin’s Swift Nature Camp for almost fifteen years, believe summer camp is a unique opportunity for dimensional childcare at the best value. The camp experience will add to ordinary child care the making of memories, the opportunity to come to a new place and try new things, the chance to gain skills and independence, and the time to make new and lifelong friends. Children that are Homeschooled really benefit from the experiences of a Homeschool Summer Camp
Swift Nature Camp is a non-competetive, traditional coed overnight summer camp where children ages 6-15 enjoy playing in nature, caring for animals and learning science. This Nature Summer Camp provides Traditional camping activities include canoe trips, archery, riding, waterskiing and more. Learn more about this Summer Camps In MN.
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