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  1. Article: THINGS TO CONSIDER WHEN CHOOSING A SUMMER CAMP FOR YOUR CHILD Finding the best summer camp in New England can be pretty strenuous. Navigating through a world of variety of summer camps for boys and girls is truly a pain, whether you are the one going, or are looking for your kids to do something this summer. After all, summer camps are a lot more than s'mores and sing-alongs: they are the source of lifelong memories and skills. Here’s what you should look for while choosing the best summer camp for Boys in New England. Discuss about Expectations Before beginning your research, discuss the idea of a camp with your child. What exactly would he like to do this summer? This will help you in your search. However, always consider your parental institutions while selecting a camp and don’t just rule out an option just because your child is not very keen for it. The most obvious thing to do is match your child’s interest with the camps he will enjoy. Balance is the key to challenging kids like boys for giving them a memorable summer of their life. So just talk with your kids about what type of camp they would like to go to. Decide on Type of Camp (Day or Overnight) While day camp is a great way to keep your kids active and is the best choice if your child is just warming up to camp, overnight camps are most suitable for kids typically of the age of 7, who have experienced the local camp and are looking for new adventures. If your child is comfortable at sleepovers, follows instructions at school and is not afraid to indulge in new activities independently, then overnight camp is the best choice. The only issue is, are you prepared to send them away for a week or more? Mull over the camp's focus Summer camps offer a variety of activities like swimming, sports, arts and adventure for kids to experience new interests. You can go for a specialty camp if your child wants to concentrate on some skill development. The best summer camp for your child would be the one that he will enjoy the most. Cost Summer camps in New England can range from economical to costly, depending on its type, length and a number of other factors. The location of your house and the availability of options also influence the cost. Day camps are usually affordable while specialty camps tend to be costlier. Get To Know The Team And Organizers Of The Camp Meet the team that is running the show. Get to know the people who run the show. On the very first day of the camp, introduce yourself and your child to the director and counsellors. Ensure that the counselors are aware of your child's needs and concerns. This will be helpful in giving your child the best camp experience. This step is even more important in case your child suffers from allergies. Sending your child to a camp doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to send them away from home for weeks, unless that’s what you want and they want too. Nor does it mean that you have to

  2. Article: pressurize your finances just to indulge them in summer. Instead, just look for a camp that matches their interest. So just do your homework before enrolling your child in a summer camp and you will find that there are deals to pick up from. For more information on summer camps, visit ABOUT THE AUTHOR Clancy Wilson is an expert in child psychology how highly recommends kids’ summer camps as the best way for them to gain some exposure and learn valuable life lessons. For the best summer camps in New England, he suggests as the name you should be trusting.