Many children have spent their summers at day and sleepaway camps, trying new activities such as swimming, hiking, and sports. However, many families may be unaware that camp provides children with a variety of opportunities to learn important life skills that are difficult to obtain in any other environment.
In this blog, we will explain the skills and benefits that your children will gain from the summer camp experience.
You may be tempted to think that Tekoa Foothills is just another Summer Camp. However, Tekoa Foothills is not just a summer camp opportunity, but a place that we’ve opened up for others to experience outdoors, adventures, and the light of Christ.
Whether it is a family reunion, family vacation, youth retreat, or summer camp, we work hard to create something special for all who visit us.
Every child is unique and gifted in various ways. The personalities and characteristics are on full display from day one and only grow more pronounced as they get older.
By the time they reach elementary school, it’s abundantly clear that no two children are the same. Each child approaches summer camp uniquely as well.
While some are ready for a week away from home at an overnight resident camp at a young age, others may need a year or two longer before they are ready. Middle schoolers are ready to take on more advanced skills and activities and deserve their own camp experience. Young leaders and those with a heart for service may want a way to serve together with their friends from their youth groups.
What are your plans for the summer? As we approach the mid-way point of the semester, that’s one of the questions you are probably hearing if you’re a college student.
While we all want to plan to spend the summer relaxing at the beach or hanging out with friends, for many of us, we know we’re going to spend the summer working hard to save a few dollars for the next school year.
When it comes to summer jobs for college students, there are stereotypical positions like barista, server, retail cashier, and babysitter for which you might not be excited to apply. You know you’ll be counting down the days, hoping to make enough money to help pay for part of the costs of your education, such as tuition, rent, and food.