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HVP - April 2014

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Page 20 of 46 n Hudson Valley Parent 19 Wappingers Falls | PreK-5th Grade Come play with us this summer! R A N D O L P H S C H O O L CAMP 845.297.5600 W e e k l y T h e m e s R o c k e t s C o o k i n g S c u l p t u r e W o o d w o r k i n g P u p p e t s C a l l o f t h e W i l d a n d M o r e . . . Your child can benefit from summer camp at any age. To find camps in your area, visit Hudson Valley Parent's Camp Guide at in addition to swimming, arts and crafts, and campfire sing-alongs with friends. Kids gain independence as they make decisions and meet new friends outside of the comforts of home. They gain self-confidence in trying new activities. And they learn to appreciate the beauty of nature as they unplug from technology. Al- though they may experience periods of homesickness, they learn to forge through their feelings with caring camp counselors and new friends. Specialty camps close to home also help kids explore new hobbies or create opportunities for parents and kids to enjoy camp together. A mother-daughter sewing camp or father-son golfing camp allows great bonding time while developing a skill enjoyed by both. If your child has never experi- enced camp, start with a day camp (Continued on Page 20) AllSport Health & Fitness summer camps swimming camps tennis camps fitness camps

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