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Eight Helpful tips to prepare your child to participate in a summer camp.
1Encourage your child's independence whenever you can. Try letting him stay at a friend's house or a weekend at his grandparents house. It will be a good exercise for his preparation.
3Talk to him about the subject and talk with enthusiasm. Remember he will greatly benefit from this experience.
4Propose a friend to accompany him on this adventure. Later the two may remember the event with enthusiasm.
5Missing ... Yes, it's very natural and even healthy. It will be a good exercise for the future to help him overcome this feeling. He will give greater value to everything he has. For this reason help him not to quit! Do not bribe him; the reward will be the victory achieved and his new self-confidence and independence.;
7Do not feel guilty for sending him on this adventure. Remember that it is an important step in the growth of your child; it's a complement to his education. Later, he will thank you!
"The first time at summer camp is always an unforgettable experience, but it's important to be prepared for it."
American Experts Advice
"The steps for building self-esteem are: desiring, learning and contributing. Summer Camps offer unique opportunities for child's success in these three vital areas, even outside home and at school."Michael Popkin, Ph D, Family Therapist and founder of "Active Parenting".
"The biggest "Plus" of Summer Camps is that they help young people discover and explore their talents, interests and values. Most schools do not meet these needs. Kids who attend Summer Camps end up being healthier and have fewer problems that affect us all."…" At Summer Camps children learn to solve problems, make social adjustments to new and different people, learn to be responsible and gain new skills to increase their self-esteem."Peter Sales, Ph D, notable writer/educator and is part of "The Search Institute".