Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Campers get a self esteem Boost

         When kids are at camp, they don’t have mom and dad there to help them approach people and make connections.  They have to put themselves out there. It teaches the kids confidence when making friends from all over.

          Staff at Blue Dolphin Summer Camp do a wonderful job during the "getting to know me" early period and promote consistent communication between campers. Learning how to swim or developing artistic skills also makes a child realize how capable he or she is to learn and grow. According to the American Camp Association, 92 percent of kids who attend camp say that the people at camp helped them feel good about themselves.