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Time to wind down the Tips on Trips year With the annual poem and some holiday cheer While some cook latkes, others cut a spruce This year’s poem’s agnostic, a la Dr. Seuss We met down at Eve’s where the fun didn’t stop We worked, met directors and had a gift swap Returned to our Read more » Read more Â»
As I speak with families, the issue of cost is always part of the conversation, no matter if we are talking about summer camps for kids, unique summer experiences for tweens or travel or study options for teens. Parents spend a lot of time and financial resources investing in their children’s experiences. Travel sports teams, Read more » Read more Â»
What a difference a few decades makes… When I was a teenager, parents had only a few choices available to them when planning their teens’ summers. Over the years these options have expanded exponentially to a staggering array of programs – from performing arts camps to kayaking camps to community service programs. The problem parents face Read more » Read more Â»
Every summer teams of Tips on Trips and Camps advisors go camp visiting. It is an opportunity to see camps in action so that the advice on camps that we share with families is current and relevant to the overnight camp selection process. By all accounts I am a relatively conservative type A kind of Read more » Read more Â»
Every year parents call us asking about what their child can do next summer. The options are endless! Here’s a preview of what’s to come: Sailing Through Classical Greek Mythology . . . Yes, you’re right! How exciting to send your teenager on a trip through Italy and Greece while studying Odysseus and Homer! Girls’ Read more » Read more Â»