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thing to make just
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happy.
Diversity at one camp
is a great thing. But
Silverman, director of
the Temple Emanu-El
day camp, for children
2 and older, says the
key to a successful
camp experience is
keeping some factors
consistent.
Silverman, who also
serves as nursery school
director for Temple
Emanu-El, says that
while it's nice to expose
children to a variety of
experiences, don't
expect a younger child
to benefit from going
to art camp one day,
•Jewish day camp the
next, sports camp the
third and scouting
camp the fourth.
"Children need con-
sistency," she says. "It's
rare that we have a
Top: Jonah Stern, William George and Noah
problem with a child at Hessenthaler work on their art.
camp but, if we do, 99
out of 100 times" the
Above: Rowan and Haley Gow become "trees" during
issue is that the parents yoga time at Camp Gan Shalom.
have signed their chil-
dren up for a too-varied
"plenty of outdoor activities, a laid-
experience.
back schedule, small groups and a
Silverman suggests that parents
lot of personal attention," Silverman
consider whether their child already
says.
is enrolled in a day-care program
Many parents in the Jewish com-
elsewhere, or will they be attending
munity with children 3 and older
a different school (other than a
want them to have some outside-the-
school associated with the camp) in
home experience, whether it's camp
the fall.
or day care or nursery. Silverman
Most young children do well if
says most children this age are ready
they are placed in a familiar setting,
for such an adventure. Still, expect
she says. So try to enroll your son or
daughter in a camp in the same loca- the normal tears and fears from little
ones.
tion as his or her school, or with
A number of children may cry the
many good friends.
first few days, but this doesn't mean
Day camp is a good choice for
they're not ready for camp,
younger children because it offers

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