It helps them become adulthood success. Kelly Byrnes Rosso, American Camping Association provides insight into choosing the right camping camp for children and the importance of packing and preparing for children’s camping events.
Packing and Preparing for your child’s camping experience
Participating with your child in the preparations for camping could decrease anxiety, especially if it is the first time they’ve been to. Your child can benefit from their shared experience of camping and should therefore work together to plan. Every camp will have an itinerary for parents to pack their bags.
What to Pack What to Pack: Comfortable items (pictures of pets and family members as well as stuffed animals, books as well as playing cards) Water bottles and sunscreen flashlights Self-addressed Stamped Postcards or Envelope is not recommended to pack: Mobile phones (camps offer the chance to build relationships with people in person) Sweets/gum rb7sztcpwh.