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Parents Peppered with Options for Summer Learning Experiences
Parents in Japan are surrounded by options for their child's summer vacation! Where should they look to find comprehensive information?
Good-bye teachers' dirty looks.” That’s what kids all around Japan are saying as they stare at the calendar and notice the coming days of summer.
Unfortunately, parents are singing a different tune. They know that they will be on duty for 24 hours as their child sheds their school uniform and replaces it with shorts and t-shirts. What is a parent to do when there are about six weeks of summer to keep their child entertained?
Author Michaela Chatman and international school teacher understands. She has attempted to answer the most common question she receives at the end of the school year, “What can I do to help my child during the summer?”
With over 30 pages of pure content that seeks to uncover the myths about summer camp and answers questions like, “How do I send a 7-year old bed wetter to camp?” or “My Child is Too Shy to Go to Camp” Chatman has it covered.
The book is entitled, “The Ultimate Free Guide to Summer Camps for Parents Living Overseas” and is geared towards families looking for cost-effective options to creating an English speaking environment for their child. This free guidebook explains the purpose of summer camp, the different types of camps and their benefits and how to find a camp for a child who lives in Japan and speaks English.
Perfect for foreign and Japanese parents who are peppered with summer camp options but they don’t know where to look first.
The Ultimate Free Guide to Summer Camps for Parents Living Overseas can be downloaded for free www.ultimateguidetosummercamps.com or more information can be found at www.theinternationalsummercamp.com.