3 edition of The influence of the tent counselor on the creativity of children in a residential camp found in the catalog.
The influence of the tent counselor on the creativity of children in a residential camp
Written in English
|Statement||by Carol Smith Myers.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 216 leaves|
|Number of Pages||216|
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Also included are abstracts on the influence of tent counselors on children's creativity in residential camps, outdoor leadership competencies, effect of three training methods on teaching preparation of counselor-teachers in a residential environmental education program, job satisfaction among returning camp counselors, selected biographical and personality characteristics contributing to leadership.
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But if you didn’t go to camp as a child, you may not realize just how good the experience is for children. You may not know why so many parents are committed to sending their kids to camp. So while we have talked about most of these before, here is a list of the most important reasons to send your kids to camp.
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In this fun, hands-on camp, you’ll go in-depth to develop your leadership skills in preparation to become a camp counselor.
Discover your own personal leadership style as you work to identify and build on the strengths that you already possess.
Platform tents are located at Camp Coles Trip and Camp May Flather. Your camp could be the catalyst in helping children increase in physical activity and social interaction, so it’s imperative that you can effectively persuade children to attend your camp.
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