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Big Wave Summer Camp Mississauga and Brampton 2013
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Summer Day Camp in Mississauga and Brampton
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Are you looking for a quality camp for your child or children this summer? Are you looking for something affordable, interactive, safe, healthy, and fun? This is what a summer camp was meant to be. Get value at BigWaveCamp!
2013 Summer Camp Information Package
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How does the camp actually work? What makes BigWaveCamp different from other day camps?
Campers are dropped off directly at our location or at the Brampton bus stop at Trinity Common Mall (check Dates and Times for details) with their stomach full of breakfast and their day full of potential. Based on the day's schedule, activities are either done on location, or to off-site venues (parks, swimming pools, movie theatres, etc.) via a noisy, song-filled school bus. Campers are grouped by age and are assigned a specific counselor for the week, who plans their activities not only based on what the camp has prepared, but also on what they like to do! How cool is that? Activities change based on what campers like, and if they wish to join another group for some activities, they are free to do so. We also encourage kids to try new things, because they won't know if they like something unless they try it. This unique, camper-driven approach to camp strives to achieve the right balance between structure and free choice, which makes the summer more fun and exciting. We also have free time to play and make up games, because we believe that's what being a kid is all about. Parents don't have to sign up for a specific activity or a separate camp, unless it's a special program such as ESL. We encourage kids to communicate to their counselor what they like to do, so that the counselor can accommodate as many activities as possible within the week. After a long, arduous day of swimming, finger-painting their peanut butter and jelly masterpiece (don't worry, we take care of allergies and have fun alternatives), having a picnic lunch, playing soccer, a bicycle race, and cake wars, it's time to be picked up to recharge for another camp adventure the next day!