This post brought to you by Inter-Varsity Summer Camps.
March break has just ended, and there’s still a while yet to go before summer holidays begin. It was around this time of year, when I was younger, that I started looking forward to all the fun things that I wanted to do over the summer months. Rather than sitting inside and wasting away the beautiful months, I felt lucky to be able to go to summer camps, where I could learn how to do new things, make new friends and enjoy the lovely weather.
How did you usually spend summer breaks?
For my own children, I would want to be able to sign them up for as many outdoor activities as possible, because you never know what you’re going to end up being interested in. Individual classes and activities can be hard to co-ordinate, so a summer camp that offers sailing, swimming, horseback riding and more is so appealing. Of course, it’s not all about fun and exciting activities, Inter-Varsity Summer Camps have a daily schedule designed to provide children with new skills, opportunities and experiences, so that they can learn, grow, and develop through their time at the camps. Investing in your child’s future through Inter-Varsity Summer Camps is so important, and they’re a great way to spend summer break.
Located in Ontario, Manitoba, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and British Columbia, Inter-Varsity Summer Camps are Christian summer camps for children aged five to 17. See for yourself what the camps can offer, and register: If you’d like a chance to enter to win a week at camp and an iPad Mini, enter here.