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How Summer Camp Helps Children Overcome School Year Obstacles

Sometimes getting your child through the school year can seem like a daunting task. With all the deadlines and obligations, children can get overwhelmed, too. When summer rolls around, it's easy to think that sitting around the house all day is entertaining, but it gets boring. This is just one of many reasons to send your child to summer camp. Here are a few ways that summer camp helps children overcome school year obstacles.

Summer Camp Reminds Children of Their Natural Talents and Interests

Did you know that 96% of all private schools in 2011–12 were coeducational, while 2% enrolled all girls and 2% enrolled all boys? Regardless of gender, it can be quite a challenge for children of all kinds to remain constantly interested when they are stuck in a classroom all day. A lot of people will notice the value of breaks and recess in relation to this simple fact. This common lack of intrigue is also part of why sending your child to a summer camp or summer in the arts program can be so effective in helping them to use their natural talents and explore their inborn interests. Once children are given the space to express their deepest talents and interests, they are often surprised by what they discover. The kinds of discoveries that take place in summer camps are often those that create lasting change for the better.

Summer Camp Reinforces Friendships and Community

It can be tough for children to maintain friendships over the summer season. A lot of times children make strong friendships in the fall and spring, only to have them diminished by a lack of contact over the summer. Sometimes students may be too shy to meet up with their friends, while in other cases children may be too far apart from one another. In any case, sending your child to a summer camp or summer in the arts program is an excellent way to make sure that they maintain the friendships they've made throughout the school year. Keeping up on social skills and community building is a crucial component of any child's education, no matter how skilled they are in their studies.

Summer Camp Gives Children a Chance to Explore Different Parts of Themselves

Being in school is not always easy for many children. In fact, there are several different factors that can make school quite difficult. Whether it's a lack of social skills, poor performance in a certain academic subject, or problems with nervousness or anxiety, it's no wonder that so many children feel out of place in school. For this reason, it's important to give children the time and space that they need to explore different parts of themselves outside of the classroom. Sure, doing interesting things with your children in the home and on the weekends is something that should never be neglected, but as it turns out, sending your children to a high-quality summer camp can also give them much-needed space to connect with different parts of their personality.

A summer in the arts, for example, may spark a new interest in painting or performing. A summer in the arts may introduce a child to the fact that they actually quite enjoy playing an instrument. The possibilities are endless, many of which are not possible within the confines of the classroom, even if you choose to send your child to one of the best private elementary schools in Miami. There's really no telling how positively a child may respond to a summer in the arts or at summer camp, so it's a good idea to set them up with the opportunity to succeed, regardless of their natural talents or interests

Giving your child the chance to excel at summer camp all starts with finding the right private school education that can offer a summer camp or summer in the arts program to meet the needs of different types of children. At Conchita Espinosa Academy, we take pride in offering comprehensive summer camps, summer in the arts programs, and other extracurricular activities that give your child the chance to learn, grow, and develop when the school year is not in session. Not sure how to get started? Just want some more information on the school and its approach? No worries. Reach out and get in touch with a member of our team today. We can't wait to meet you!



 

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