Tent camping, motor homes, State Parks, back yards, campfires, s’mores, fishing, summer camps.
Summer is alive with opportunities for camping!
In this week’s Blog Cruise, members of the Schoolhouse Review Crew share their Summer Camping tales!
Kym T. @ Homeschool Coffee Break — Will We Camp This Year?
“Truth is, we don’t know what we’re doing with our vacation time at all this year. We have ideas and possibilities but haven’t made any decisions.”
Heather A. @ Only Passionate Curiosity — Tut Tut, Look Likes Rain!
“I had big dreams of camping this week (by camping I mean pitching a tent in front of our apartment and sleeping out), until I realized that I left our tents in long term storage somewhere in the states, and that Germany has weather.”
Lori S. @ Special Connection Homeschool — Inclusive Summer Sports Camps
“When you think of Summer Camping you usually think of tents, sleeping bags, campfires and mosquitoes. But that is not the only kind of camping people do in the summer.”
Lisa T. @ The Happy Homeschool Mom — Camping Anyone?
“We love fishing, swimming, hiking, bike riding, and have several beautiful state parks around us that offer free educational programs all summer long.”
Kayla A. @ The Arrowood Zoo — Camping – Yep We Do
“We have been camping for a few years with our kiddos. We really enjoy the bonding time it creates for us. No electronic devices are allowed while camping. One big family rule that you should consider having! “
Debra B. @ Footprints in the Butter — Geek Camp
“So — Geek Camp was last week. Of course, that is not what UCCS calls it. But the shoe fits. University of Colorado – Colorado Springs has a Center for STEM Education which we lucked into learning about probably three years ago.”
Lisa B. @ The Berry Patch — Summer = Camping, right?
“My hubby loves to camp. Me? Not so much. In fact, I would rather doanything else than spend time camping. However, the reality is that I love my hubby and I love my boys.”
Marcy C. @ Ben and Me — Summer Camping or Homeschool Without Lesson Plans
“I have found summer camps to be a great way to let him explore an interest for a few days, rather than investing a lot of time and money into something he may not really find as fun as he had imagined. “
Thanks for stopping by this week’s Blog Cruise. We hope you have discovered lots of ideas for Summer Camping! Join us next week when we share our Summer Gardens with you!
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