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SuperCamp: A Life-Changing Academic Summer Program for Teens

May 17, 2018 at 5:00 PM / by Gabby Fisher posted in summer planning, overnight, ways to save, summer camp activities, sleep away camp, teens, Tech, summer camps, summer camp for kids, Summer Camp, summer, success, studying, social media, self esteem, registration, parents, parenting tips, parenting resources, parenting, Kwaddle, high school students, summer enrichment

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For a few years now, when we turned on the morning TV shows at my house, we heard, "It's a bird! It's a plane! It's Super Grover!" Well, friends, the kids aren't so little anymore. I'm no longer looking for preschool related TV programming and high quality child care and education programs. Nowadays, I find myself looking for educationally grounded summer enrichment programs that will help my child grow into all he or she can be. Without further adieu, allow me the privilege to introduce to you the world's #1 camp to help teens reach their full potential. 

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Hey Mom!

May 13, 2018 at 9:00 AM / by Gabby Fisher posted in summer planning, relationships, women, reflection, praise, parents, mother's day, mom, moms

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"Hey Mom!"Those are the words that many of us hear day in and day out. "Hey mom, where is my uniform?" "Hey mom, can I have a snack?" "Hey Mommy, I don't feel so good." Some days, it is almost to the point that I think if I hear those words one more time, I might lose my ever lovin' mind.

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Day Camp: A Great Choice for Kids

May 9, 2018 at 4:00 PM / by Gabby Fisher posted in summer planning, summer camp activities, relationships, nature, tips, Tech, summer camps, summer camp for kids, summer, resources, parents, parenting tips, parenting resources, parenting, Kwaddle, Kids

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When people think of summer camp, they often think of sleeping overnight in an outdoorsy setting. While that might be the first thing that comes to mind, it isn't the only kind of summer camp for kids. Day camps are widely popular in the United States today. In this post, we are going to talk about why and how attending a day camp can benefit your child.

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Everything I Learned About Parenting I Learned from SomeeCards

May 4, 2018 at 8:00 AM / by Gabby Fisher posted in summer planning, summer camps, summer camp for kids, summer, parents, parenting tips, parenting resources, parenting, parent, moms, laugh, Kids, Kwaddle, funny stories, family-friendly, family, families, encouragement, children, camp, baby

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In an effort to be the best parent I could be, I did some online research about parenting and thought I would share my findings with you. While all of this advice is as good as gold in my opinion, you should at no point take this post as proven or serious. We all need a little laughter in our lives and this is our effort to bring some joy to into yours. 

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Five Summer Surprises You Need to be Ready For

April 28, 2018 at 12:00 PM / by Gabby Fisher posted in summer planning, summer camp activities, tips, Technology, swim safety, swim lessons, summer camps, summer camp for kids, summer, parents, parenting tips, parenting resources, parenting, Food, family, families, Day Camp, children, child care, camps

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Like most things in life, summer camp can sometimes throw us a curve ball or two. Because we know things don't always go as planned, we thought we would share with you a handful of surprises that could be headed your way in hopes that we can make sure you are prepared.

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Great Ideas For Keeping Kids Busy This Summer

April 18, 2018 at 9:00 AM / by Gabby Fisher posted in General, Kids, sleep away camp, teens, swimming lessons, swim safety, summer camps, summer, resources, recipes, reading, play, parents, parenting, parent resources

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Are you a stay-at-home parent? Do you work from a home office and keep the kids with you when school is out? Are you wondering how this summer is going to go and feeling overwhelmed? If so, you are not alone. This post is full of ideas for keeping kids busy this summer. 

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12 Creative Ways to Save for Summer Camp

April 6, 2018 at 10:45 AM / by gabbyfisher posted in Adolescents, Day Camp, Entertainment, General, Health, Local Tips, money jar, parenting, parents, save, scholarships, Summer Camp, summer camps, teens, Tweens, ways to save

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Like most great things in this life, quality comes with a cost. Camp is no different and some parents must find ways to save. If you read our post 11 Tips for Choosing A Summer Camp For Your Child, you probably recall that the financial piece is something that must be taken into consideration when you are choosing a summer camp program. Unless a program is advertised as free, chances are, it comes with a price tag and you've got to be willing to pay. The good news is that the government does recognize that these programs are a necessary expense, and has included them as qualified tax deductions for parents. For more information about this helpful way to put more money in your pocket, click here.

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10 Reasons Why Summer Camp is Great for Kids

March 29, 2018 at 12:00 AM / by gabbyfisher posted in Adolescents, cognitive, Early Childhood, emotional, General, Health, nature, News, obesity, parenting, parents, physical, relationships, screen time, self esteem, Soccer, social, sports, STEM, Summer Camp, summer camp activities, summer camps, Tech, teens, Tweens

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 Summer camp is great for kids for the following reasons:

  1. Summer camp helps kids build relationships.
  2. Kids gain experience doing things they may not get to do at home.
  3. They will have exposure to experts.
  4. They are physically active.
  5. Summer camp gives them a break from devices.
  6. They get to experience and learn about nature.
  7. Activities at camp helps to keep their brains active throughout the summer.
  8. Summer camp activities build self-esteem.
  9. Attending camp makes kids resilient.
  10. Summer camp educates the whole child.

 

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Jump! Gymnastics Shares Advice with Parents on Child Safety

March 22, 2018 at 6:10 AM / by Molly Clack posted in Adolescents, Early Childhood, extracurricular, General, gym, gynmastics, Local Tips, News, parenting, parents, Partners, sports, Summer Camp, summer camps, teens, Tweens, featured

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When parents begin the search for sports activities for their children, one of the biggest questions we have is, “Will my child be safe?” We parents are not only concerned about the possible injuries that could be sustained on the sports field though. We, also, fear emotional and sexual abuse at the hands of coaches, trainers, or sports physicians. Especially in light of the recent conviction of Dr. Larry Nassar, who committed horrific abuses as a USA Gymnastics doctor, parents are searching for extra assurances that their child safety will be kept in mind while enjoying extracurricular activities.

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Day Camp VS. Sleep Away Camp: What's the difference?

March 12, 2018 at 8:30 AM / by gabbyfisher posted in Adolescents, camp, Camping, Day Camp, General, parent, parenting, parents, sleep away camp, Summer Camp, summer camps, teens, Tweens

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You are looking into camp options for your child and you are wondering which option is the best. At Kwaddle, we work with oodles of providers that offer one or both of these options and we are pleased to pass that information onto you. Both day camps and sleep away camps have their own pros and cons and we thought it might be helpful if we broke things down a bit.

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