Monday, March 29, 2010

Summer Camp with KinderCare

Recently it came to my attention that it is MARCH... When did that happen?!?! It seemed like yesterday I was bringing Boug to her first day of kindergarten back in September. Now the time is coming for me (and many other parents) to start thinking about summer activities, and most importantly, summer camp. KinderCare Learning Centers have such a valuable variety of activities for the kiddos in the summer, for them to continue growing and learning even while school isn't in session.

When I was a kid, I only went to camp two different summers. Once was a Girl Scouts sleep away camp, and once was a YWCA day camp. I can't begin to go through all the memories that I have of going to camp and I do hope that my kids get everything out of their trips to camp as they grow.

KinderCare has programs to fit right into your summer schedule that have themes that every kid is sure to enjoy. From their Puppeteer Road Show program, to their Kids Kitchen, to the Wild, Wild West and so much more. The programs get the kids into science, sports, history, art, nature and so much more, all while having fun, learning and growing as people. KinderCare is an accredited program, so you can have great confidence in how your child will be spending their days. They're accredited by The National Association for the Education of Young Children, The National Accreditation Commission for the Early Care and Education Programs, as well as The National Early Childhood Program Accreditation. Being able to trust where you're child will be is a big deal!!

Will your child be attending summer camp this year? Will they be attending a KinderCare summer camp?? For each week of themed camp at KinderCare, they receive a special camp-themed snap to go on their summer camp bracelet!

I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour campaign by Mom Central on behalf of KinderCare and received a gift certificate to thank me for taking the time to participate.


feefifoto March 29, 2010 at 8:58 PM  

You're a little late to the party -- it's nearly April already.

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