With summer approaching, it’s time to help your children decide what they’ll want to do with two whole months of free time. With rapid technological changes and the digital native generation’s dedication to their smartphones, overnight summer camp can be a bit of a tough sell. While Millennials, Gen-Xers and Baby Boomers are certainly inclined to think that the best thing for a child is to get away from their digital devices and embark on an epic canoe trip, good luck convincing a twelve-year-old that camping sans Internet for two weeks is a good idea.
Still, the problem remains: what to do with a child for two months if they refuse to be completely parted from their friends and their digital devices. To let them simply lock themselves in their rooms playing video games, watching cutie-pie videos and snap-chatting all day would be disastrous, so finding a compromise that works for everyone is crucial.
Fortunately, if you live in a major Canadian town or city, there are most likely a large number of day camps across a wide cross-section of activities, one of which your child will surely take an interest in. Below, we’ll list three popular camps in the city of Toronto that provide tons of programming and an attentive, supportive staff of counselors. Finding the appropriate venue for your kids to engage in activities that interest them that involves face time and fostering a sense of community is very important – and at the end of the day, they can come home to their precious video games. Local companies like
Posted by mom461025, 13th March 2020