Attending Jewish summer camp is a big deal for kids. It is often their first time away from home, and they may be left feeling a bit lonely and anxious. A great way to send a bit of love from home is with a care package. But what should you include? Here are some ideas:
1. Craft Supplies
If your little one is a budding artist, a box of craft supplies is a great idea. A sketchbook and some watercolor pencils can give your child something to do in their downtime.
2. A Group Activity
Help your child make friends by sending something that they can do as a group. Plain fabric bags and a bow or two of fabric markers will allow the entire cabin to come together to participate in a fun activity.
3. Bracelet Kits
Friendship bracelets are back in a big way. A “How-to” book and a dozen or so bundles of floss will give your child something to do when they have free time. It will also give your child a chance to share their talent with their new friends.
4. Scrapbook Kit
Send your child a scrapbook kit, either homemade or store-bought, so they can keep a detailed book of their camp memories.
5. Card Games
Games are always popular among children, and new card games based on board games are all the rage. Games like Monopoly DEAL and Scrabble Slam! Are a fun way to pass the time with friends.
If you are interested in finding financial aid for Jewish summer camp for your child this year, please reach out to our friendly team. We will be happy to answer any questions you have and provide you with the information you need.