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Kids Summer Camp Benefits

Children today are spending all of their time sitting down, and are not getting enough outdoor play. Of course, staying active and healthy are not the only benefits that a child can get from going to camp.< the importance of teamwork and shared accomplishment. Children learn the importance of working with others to reach a common goal and the value that comes from being a member of a team. Not everything can be done on your own, and many of the activities are designed to stress this point. Throughout life, people have to be comfortable operating as part of a team in order to be successful, and summer camp, more so than anywhere else, teaches kids how to be productive members of a team.

Going to camp also helps to boost self-confidence. Not every kid can be good at everything, but by overcoming obstacles, kids learn that they can accomplish what they set their mind to, especially as part of a team. Belief in oneself is one of the most important psychological traits to have, and the best way to build self-confidence is to tackle challenges and succeed. It provides a safe and encouraging environment for children to challenge themselves, conquer fears, and accomplish feats that they did not believe they could do.

Courage and facing your fears is another skill that many children learn at summer camp. Everybody has things that frighten them, and often summer camp encourages children to face their fears head on. Whether they are afraid of heights, water, being away from home, the dark, or any number of other fears, kids are encouraged to face their fears and work past them in an environment surrounded by supportive staff and peers. Learning that it is okay to be afraid, but that it is equally important to face your fear head on rather than run from it is a valuable life lesson that will help them through adulthood.

Of course, not every camp is right for every child, so it is important that you find the right camp for your son or daughter. Your kids will best be able to tell you what interests them, and sending them to a camp where they can pursue their passions and explore what they love.