How To Get Your Children Organized For Camping
For most children, summer camp is what you might call a more-and-less experience
Your children may have made friends while away, but they generally come back home with a lot less of the clothes and other things they packed.
Blame it on the camp laundry or childish carelessness, but that tends to be what sleepaway camp boils down to.
Thus, what’s a parent have to do? The obvious answer: Label everything.
Ah, but do parents have enough time to compose their child’s name on every piece of sporting products and clothing, camping gear, toiletries that children bag off to camp each summer?
One option that is convenient is tags and labels that come pre-personalized with the name, address, and telephone number.
Parents save a lot of time and headaches, and children are more likely to bring home the T-shirts, flashlight and sleeping bag they left with.
“One of the biggest challenges parents and children face when organizing for summer camp is packaging and keeping track of possessions” ~notes Amy Lipton, an organizational expert, mother, and CEO of (Stuck on You).
Some of the company’s camp-friendly products that can help keep your children Organized
- Vinyl labels very useful with kids.
Available in small and big sizes, these waterproof, UV-resistant labels go on any smooth surface, from goggles to sunscreen.
- Clothing tattoos-Permanent
iron-on transfers available in white, pink or navy. They stick to clothing the way a logo is printed on a T-shirt.
- Mini- tags
are also available to identify keys or pen cases; they can even hook onto zippers so that children can identify duffel bags, jackets and more.
- Bag tags
Brightly colored plastic tags that make it easy to identify children’s luggage.
- “Call me” cards
Preprinted with a child’s contact info.
these cards are great to hand out to friends, easing the bittersweet emotions of summer goodbyes.
Thank You For Your Time.