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Can you believe that it’s time for camp? We’re about to open up Letters to Camp for the season, filled with great tips for parents who want to write better letters to their sleep-away campers! Can’t wait to share the latest but I do hope you’ll check out the great posts that are already on the site – covering everything from joke and bible sites to sample letters, fill-in-the-blank letters, and even CampLibs (just like Mad Libs but to your camper). It’s going to be another great season – can’t wait for you to join us!
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A silly fill-in-the-blank letter!
Let’s face it, it’s the middle of the summer, and you’re probably tapped out. There’s only so much you can write about waking up, washing, cleaning the house, going to work, eating dinner etc! And that’s where CampLibs ™ come in. CampLibs are just like MadLibs only you, the adult, fill them in and then your kids get to read them.
Imagine your camper rolling on the floor laughing at your CampLib. They’ll be reading them to their bunkmates – they’ll be the hit of the cabin. And you – well, YOU will be the coolest parent of all. Because who else sends a CampLib to their campers? Until now, NO ONE. So jump right in. This CampLib is guaranteed to make writing a letter as fun as reading it. And let’s face it, the price is r-i-g-h-t (as in free)!
So what do you think? Should we write more CampLibs? Let us know!
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Last summer I wrote the “Multiple Choice Letter #1.” Your kids will love multiple choice letters – and you’ll save time too.
But sometimes, “fill-in-the-blank letters work well too. Here’s a sample fill-in-the-blank letter that will zip up your letter-writing. I’ve left this blank so you can cut, paste and fill it in with the least effort.
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Parents: Add your child’s name, fill in the blanks with X’s, cut and paste and you are good to go!
Oh man! Mom said that I could not leave this morning until I wrote you an email. Can you believe it? I sure as heck am not going to spend a lot of time on this one! Well, I have been prepared for just such an “emergency” with my fill-in-the-blank email … so here goes. I’ll just put an “X” in front of my answers and I’ll be done in no time!
Yesterday was a ___boring, ___exciting, ___wonderful, ___splendid, ___magnificent, ___messed up day.
Well, it all started when ___I woke up, ___I tripped on the phone cord, ___my boss yelled at me, ___Mom yelled at me, ___the sun came up, ___I got zapped by lightning, ___heard an incredibly loud thunderbolt over my head when I woke up!
Well, anyways, after I woke up, I ___went to the bathroom, ___tripped on your iTouch and broke it, ___thought about working out, ___worked out.
Then I ___took a shower, ___used soap, ___brushed my teeth, ___ate breakfast (at work).
It was getting to be ___time to go, ___late, ___afternoon, ___midnight so I ___went to work, ___ went back to sleep, ___went to the doctor.
When I got there, I found out that ___I was just on time, ___no one else was there, ___I had a lot of work to do, ___it was actually a holiday, ___my office was closed.
But things got better. While I was there, I ___got a lot of work done, ___spoke to friends, ___polished my nails (ha!), ___had meetings (du-uh!).
In fact during the day, I had ___0, ___1 to 3, ___3 to 5, ___6 to 10, ___a bazillion, ___way too many meetings! And that was just during the first hour! Just kidding!!!!
Anyways, later on, I ___ate lunch, ___ate a snack, ___ate a cookie, ___took a long walk, ___found $10.
And then I went ___home, ___to the store, ___somewhere else.
When I got home, it was so wonderful ___to see Mom, ___to pet the dog, ___to make dinner, ___to wash dishes, ___to walk the dog in the rain, ___to read your letter! ___to get a letter from your sibling, ___to get a letter from anyone (even if it was not you!)
You’re probably wondering about the weather. Well, yesterday it was ___sunny, ___raining all day, ___raining for part of the day, ___cloudy, ___sort of cold, ___better than at your camp!
Well, that’s about it. When I think of you, I think about ___how nice it was to see you recently, ___how much I miss you, ___how much you dislike my emails, ___how much fun you must be having.
___Your only, ___Your favorite, ___your very best, ___Dad, ___Mom, ___someone else