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How to Prepare for Summer Camp

You're totally stoked for camp, but do you know what to pack and how to deal with homesickness? Kidzworld helps you plan and prepare for summer camp! Back to Article

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princess-amy2001
princess-amy2001 wrote:
2012-06-03 01:53:20 -0700

wow a really helpfull article

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Sumer Camp Must-Have?

  • Sunscreen and insect repellent.
  • A calling card to call my parents.
  • My cell phone and iPod.
  • A good book.

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