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Summer camps

7 to 11 years

Created by Sandeep Gupta
Updated on May 13, 2015

  I want to put my daughter in a summer camp. What should I look out for?

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| May 13, 2015

Activities, staff, safety, and hygiene I think. Don’t compromise on either.

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| May 13, 2015

Hi Sandeep, See which is closer to your home. You don’t want to be travelling far. Also, ask the parents feedback and then you will get to know the reputation of the place. Or you could ask for a sample class, most people allow this these days.

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| May 13, 2015

Hi Sandeep Gupta You may refer to this blog- https://www.parentune.com/parent-blog/choosing-a-summer-camp/419

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| May 13, 2015

Hi Sandeep Gupta As i guess your child is 7+, you can easily vouch for Youreka nature camps, they are tried and tested camps focusing on all round development of your child. They are realiable, safe as well as hygenic conforming with your child's age and needs.

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| May 13, 2015

It depends on the age of the child. Toddlers can be put in summer camps which are more focussed on making children have a good time and have a variety of activities—splash pool, potters wheel, art and craft, story time etc. Older children can be sent on camps which are adventure based and out of town. There are even camps for students but they are more academic oriented. So, the decision will depend on the age and your requirement.

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