Stories of Fires, Hurricanes and Pirate Ships

Parents’ letters to camp can get a little, well, monotonous.  If your letters are getting boring, you can always resort to creative stories of fires, hurricanes, pirate ships and daring rescues… See Rosie Hawthorn’s Kitchens Are Monkey Business blog.

Tip: Especially for younger children, you won’t want to cause concern, so make sure they know the stories are fictional.

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