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How to Prevent Homesickness at Summer Camp
Just about every kid has to deal with being homesick at some point at camp, especially if it is their first time attending an overnight summer camp. As time goes on, it gets easier. Preparing for it before time to leave for camp in important, and talking it through with your child can help tremendously.

Project Play July 25-29 - Summit School - 2100 Reynolda Road, Winston-Salem, NC
Project Play Ages 3 and 4 Early Childhood Teachers July 25-29 9am-2pm Parents may choose to pick up their children before 2pm. Lunch included in fee Children must be toilet trained. Child must be 3 by July 1, 2016. Come discover why play is how children learn, not something set apart from learning. Project Play offers children ages three and four the opportunity to learn as they play in an engaging environment with… -supportive, experienced teachers that will support and deepen playful learning -an exciting and developmentally appropriate learning environment, including time exploring nature and outdoor spaces -high quality materials and art media, including clay, paint, natural materials, fabric, and more -a portfolio of photos and your childs words that document his or her learning journey throughout the week Educational research supports play as the best way for children to learn. At Project Play, we seek to live out this research by supporting play around engaging, creative questions and explorations. Come join us! Questions about this camp? Contact Della Hinman at (336) 722-2777

Geography of Idaho County, ID

According to the 2000 census, the county has a total area of 8,502.48 square miles , the largest county in Idaho, of which 8,484.88 square miles is land and 17.59 square miles is water. Adjacent counties Clearwater County - north Missoula County , Montana - northeast Ravalli County , Montana - east Lemhi County - southeast Valley County - south Adams County - southwest Wallowa County , Oregon - west Nez Perce County - northwest Lewis County - northwest National protected areas Bitterroot National Forest - Clearwater National Forest - Hells Canyon National Recreation Area - Nez Perce National Forest Nez Perce National Historical Park - Payette National Forest - Salmon-Challis National Forest - Wallowa–Whitman National Forest - Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness - Gospel Hump Wilderness Hells Canyon Wilderness - Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness - There are 4,431,720 acres of National Forest land within the county, more than in any county outside of Alaska. National Forests and their acreage within the county are: Nez Perce National Forest 2,224,091; Clearwater National Forest 870,807; Payette National Forest 804,853; Bitterroot National Forest 464,108; Salmon National Forest 66,074; and Wallowa National Forest 1,787. The Nez Perce National Forest is located entirely within the county's borders, and is the largest National Forest lying within a single county. .

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