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Parent's and Kid's Complete Guide to Summer Camp Fun: Everything You Need to Prepare for an Incredible Camp Adventure! Paperback – May 28, 2002
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avvy Parents, Camp-Happy Kids
Summer camp should be fun for kidsand easy on parents. Now it can be! Inside is everything you and your child need to know to ensure a positive, exciting summer camp experienceand have a great time doing it!
Broken into two easy-to-follow and entertaining partsa parent's guide for information and a kid's guide for advice, games, activities, crafts, and morethis handy helper will keep your child so busy, he or she won't have time to feel lonely, bored or homesick. So roll up the sleeping bag, pack the knapsack, check the flashlight batteries, and discover:
·How to find the right summer camp for you child
·What to pack (including fun surprises!)
·Effective ways to discuss homesickness, safety, and more!
·Games, stories, songs, crafts, and boredom busters
·Journal and keepsake ideas to record spec
About the Author
Penny Warner has written over 30 books for parents and kids, featuring ideas on development, parties, games, activities, and snacks. She has a bachelor's degree in early childhood education and a master's degree in special education, and has taught child development, special education, and sign language, at local colleges.
She has appeared on several television talk shows as well as on national TV, presenting tips for parents and kids. She was featured on HGTV's Smart Solutions and The Later Today Show. In addition to Learn to Sign the Fun Way, she has written a mystery series featuring a deaf reporter in the California gold country, and is writing a mystery series for middle grade readers. She also wrote a weekly newspaper column for 11 years on family life.
She lives in Danville, California, with her husband and two children.