It’s January, and the chill of winter has definitely settled in. Hard to believe that in a few short months, spring will be here—and if you haven’t made plans for your kids’ summer by then, you’re going to have to get a move on! Maybe an overnight camp is in your child’s warm-weather future? Our 2015 Residential Camp & Summer Programs Directory is a great place to learn about programs here in Maryland and nearby states.
That directory, along with a feature article on Bethesda-based educational computer gaming company Dig-It! Games and informative, inspiring offerings from all your favorite local parenting columnists, can be found in our January issue. Happy New Year!
Now's the time to make plans for the summer of 2015. The best way to find a great camp or program for your child? Talk to the director! You'll get a chance to meet representatives from dozens of camps and programs at our Fair and the whole family will enjoy the free family entertainment that will take place throughout the afternoon. Find out more!
On March 8, we'll be hosting Baltimore's Child's 2015 Camps and Summer Programs Fair and you can read all about it, here. It's a great chance to meet camp directors and counselors and find out about the exciting array of options from which your child can choose for the summer of 2015.But you don't have to wait - take a look at our Virtual Camp Fair.
Check our Resources/Links for Camps and Summer Programs and then look for programs in our Camps and Summer Programs Directories near where you live or work:
For more information visit www.CampBravo.com.
Baltimore's Child invited area schools, preschools and arts programs to tell us about their unique programs, philosophies and methodology. Click here to find a great educational experience for your child.
Click to Read A Special Edition 2014-2015 online
A Special Edition 2014-15 is a compilation of articles and resources for parents in the Baltimore metro area who are raising children with special needs. Coordinated and produced by Baltimore's Child, this year's A Special Edition includes articles covering topics of general interest, from getting a diagnosis, to being a successful advocate in IEP team meetings, to finding support among peers, to managing stress. It also provides detailed listings of resources including recreation and fun programs, camps, schools, and local support groups, along with information relating to specific disabilities.
In addition, Baltimore's Child invited local services and organizations that work with children with special needs and their families to participate in a special advertising opportunity allowing them to tell their stories in their own words in A Special Edition. We’ve noted A Special Advertising Section at the top of each of those pages. The services provided by these programs and practitioners act as a directory in and of themselves.
We hope you find the information in A Special Edition 2014-15 helpful. Please direct feedback and comments to Joanne@BaltimoresChild.com.
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