DFW Camp Expo at the Shops at Willow Bend Mall March 4, 2023

Join us Saturday, March 4, 2023 at the Shops at Willow Bend Mall in Plano, Texas from 10am until 2pm for another fun filled DFW Camp Expo! Here’s a handy map to the Shops at Willow Bend where this will be taking place: https://www.google.com/maps/place/The+Shops+at+Willow+Bend Parents and children are all invited to join us and our …

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Things to see and do at the Frontiers of Flight museum

Mark your calendars for our DFW Camp Expo for kids on February 25, 2023 at the Frontiers of Flight museum in Dallas, Texas! There will be many vendors and organizations there ready to show what they have to offer and discuss options for your kids spring and summer camps. Get your free tickets by clicking …

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What to expect at a DFW Camp Expo for Kids

Are you looking for spring or summer camps or activities otherwise for your kids this year? DFW Camp Expo has plenty of expos planned that will be the host of many vendors with lots of options to explore! What can you expect as a parent at a camp expo and what can your children expect in terms of fun? Read along as we share some of the fun and educational things you and your kids can enjoy at our expos!

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Our camp expos offer resources and information for parents so they can find the right Spring, Summer, and even Winter camps for their children to enjoy. Hundreds of parents attend our expos with their children and many vendors have fun activities for the kids to enjoy while the parents learn more about what you have to offer. Games, door prizes, mascots and more are welcome to help entice, inform, engage, and educate!

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What to pack for day Camp

Packing for day camp versus Summer camp is no less important. There are items a camper needs for a day camp that will make or break a great experience if forgotten. The most logical way to pack for day camp is to have a very durable book bag, and designate it for day camp items …

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Are you Ready for Summer Camp?

Are you ready for Summer Camp? As the anticipation of a parent grows when summer camp approaches, so does that of the children that are leaving as well. It is an exciting time for everyone. So long as nothing is left behind. So, how do you ensure that the much anticipated overnight camp experience is not ‘rained out’ by a forgotten item or two? You follow a list! Here are  a few ‘must haves’ when the time to pack for Summer camp is NOW! ●Medicine: First and foremost, if your little camper is on any medication prescribed by their pediatrician; ensure it is in the prescription packaging and that the camp leaders are aware. This is going to include any medication that your camper takes on a regular basis. So make certain if they take any supplements; those are included too. ●Shoes: Having different types of footwear is crucial, especially if your camper is going to an overnight camp. You will want to consider older tennis shoes as buying new ones will not be such a great idea for muddy or dirty conditions. Sandals are a great option if there will be walks through or near creeks or rivers. Slippers, are for use in a cabin when shoes are not mandatory. ●Bedding: Specific bedding may vary depending on what type of Summer camp your little ones are going to attend. So, you may want to check prior to packing. Yet, generally, a good pillow and case are needed. Also, a good fitted sheet, generally a twin size, is needed as well. Neither of these items is usually provided by the camp and even if they are it is better to bring ones that are familiar to add more security and to ease loneliness. ●Towels: This seems like a pretty basic idea; bring a towel to an overnight camp. However, your camper will need two, possibly three, towels. This is simply so one can be used, while the other is drying. Or they can choose to use another for bathing or showering, while the latter is for swimming. Either way, you look at it; they need more than just one! Summer camp can be a lifelong memory for your children. Packing necessities is wholeheartedly left to parents as the kids will not think of these items as necessities. They just want some clothes, a towel, and a bag to toss it all in! This is where it can be made into a fun family affair; pack together. This way if they ask why they need this or that; you can explain it to them. It helps communication and eases stressors; both of which can be helpful when camp time approaches.