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Weekly Friendship Camps for Active Kids

Discussion in 'Broadlands Advertisers Forum' started by Celebrate Calm, Jan 20, 2007.

  1. Celebrate Calm

    Celebrate Calm New Member

    Mar 1, 2005
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    Although we specialize in helping children with ADHD and learning difficulties, all Broadlands families are invited to participate in our Camps.

    So if your child needs help building confidence and social skills, or just needs to be surrounded by positive encouragement, come check out our Camps.

    We keep classes very small (usually 4-6 children) so that we can customize programs to meet each child's needs. And we're right here in the Broadlands.

    In addition to our Monday Dinner and Saturday Camps, we just added the following special Camps for Loudoun County school holidays:

    Special "Day off School" Camps--President's Day and More
    Limited to Only 4 Campers Per Day

    We wanted to provide some options for our kids when they are out of school. The focus will be on building specific skills, teamwork and social skills while getting a lot of exercise and doing community service. It is critical for our kids to be outside, explore nature and learn while having fun.

    Great Days at Great Falls--Thursday or Friday, January 25 or 26
    A truly beautiful park with opportunities to hike, explore wildlife, climb on rocks and just soak in nature. We'll pack bag lunches and take along trash bags to help pick up trash along the trail. The most memorable life lessons happen during these times together.
    10:00 am - 4:00 pm

    President's Day--Monday, February 19
    Our kids are experiential learners so it's important for them to see and feel history. So we're going to visit D.C. for the day to, what else, experience our Presidents. We'll visit the Washington Monument and Lincoln Memorial, then tour Ford's Theater where Lincoln met his tragic end. Along the way, we'll play on the Mall, work together, eat a bagged lunch and get lots of exercise. I promise it won't be some dry history lesson; we'll make history come alive and have lots of fun together.
    Monday, February 19 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
    Limited to four Campers

    To get more info, just check out our website at www.celebrate-ADHD.com. Thanks!

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