Shenoy, Smita
April 2013
Woman's Era;Apr2013, Vol. 40 Issue 944, p100
The article offers ways on how one can make an own summer camp in the privacy of one's home. It states that the perfect ambience is an important factor in helping kids enjoy any activity by replacing thick curtains with plain fabric to let more air and light. It states that parents must let their imagination take over by giving children a chart paper and ask them to draw on it. It adds that the whole family can also try a neighbourhood getaway by having a day of fun during Sundays.


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