Guidance for a challenging undertaking: starts with developing a teaching philosophy based on getting kids to ask relevant questions (through use of games, props), then moves to exploring backyard nature, and then on to actual camping and hiking. 192 pages.
The primary goal in compiling this selection of tips is to provide every cook and every reader with at least one opportunity to say, Ohh, I never knew that, or Great idea. Hopefully, at least one item from this collection of useful tidbits will imprint itself indelibly in your brain's hard drive, enough to make you want to pass it on to the next ge..
Almost 200 campgrounds are described throughout many popular cities and regions in Western Europe. Detailed maps and info help you find the campgrounds. Also includes info about shopping, entertainment and activities such as hiking and walking. 415 pages.
Ground too lumpy to sleep on? Then try a hammock! This book tells of the advantages of sleeping in, and even cooking from, a hammock. Additionally, it tells what to look for when shopping for one, and even how to make your own. 200 pages.
Focused on programs that capture the outcome of identity within a defined group based on age and experience. The fact that the activities are age-appropriate means that they will produce results that benefit the human development in a way that is significant to the targeted stage of life of the particular group and will unify that group with a stro..
Culture affects our politics, relationships, how we spend and save our money, our leisure pursuits, what we eat and drink, our expectations for children, and how we approach work in our lives, to name a few examples. The book uses the organizational success model as the basis for the book, which is knowledge of specific cultures, organizational cro..
This volume is not just any old regular camp-recipe collection. This montage includes delectable morsels that have been time- and kid-tested in famous camp and conference center test kitchens all across the U.S. The cooks and the hands that prepared these meals for the willing test subjects, otherwise known in the real world as campers, have put th..
101 Fitness Games for Kids at Camp presents over 100 simple and inexpensive fitness games and activities. Each game is described in easy-to-understand detail, with additional information about the playing area and equipment needed (if any), the optimal number of players, and suggested variations.
Features twenty-three articles from renowned author and clinical social worker Bob Ditter that have been carefully selected from past editions of Camping Magazine. Articles cover a variety of challenging issues, including bullies at camp, camp parents, respect, authority, communication, and much more. Produced in cooperation with the American Camp ..
This book is intended for the camp setting or more specifically the church-related camp setting and teaches us how we grow spiritually. The bulk of this book contains activities for staff participation, but a smaller portion builds a foundation of understanding about spirituality in general and Christian spirituality specifically. Beginning with a ..