homework, tuition and tests stressing out the kids today, the need to take a break from all of these has become a necessity. Hence, Camp Navigator team strongly
advocates parents to sen not bereft their children off this summer experience.
Summer camp is that one place, which besides giving kids the opportunity to experience and discover new things and have fun like never before, provides one of
those "mountain top" experiences in life that one never really forgets.
Yes, Summer Camp is more than just silly summer fun! It's here that the teens learn to express themselves across a wad of creative workshops on varied subjects
like visual arts, dance, theater, writing, media literacy, nature education, and lots more.
Every camp unites a truly diverse group of youth and staff across different ethnic, cultural, religion, class, personality, life experience, and more. Spending a week
in community and connecting with others leads to powerful conversations, meaningful friendships, and deep learning.
At camp, learning happens on two levels — basic skills where campers learn through daily activities: like how to serve a tennis ball, how to do the backstroke, and
how to make a lanyard. And then there are more advanced skills — ones campers don't necessarily recognize, but which will last them a lifetime: emotional and
social skills like how to work as part of a team, how to cope with adversity, and how to assess risks and analyze possible outcomes.
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