If you’re in a hurry, click here to download. Read on for more details.
Our newest CampLib is sure to thrill your boy campers. Even girls will enjoy the short adventure. Despite the title, this CampLib follows the Letters to Camp Blog tradition of kid-appropriate fun (i.e, no vulgarity unless you add it in yourself).
Here’s how it works:
Step #1: You get someone to help you fill it in. Spouses are good but not necessary for this task (Don’t ask. I will deny that I ever said this!)
Step #2: Following the sheet, you ask your partner in silliness for different words like “clothing” or “scary animal” and fill in the blanks.
Step #3: Send the letter to your camper. Feeling brave and daring? Send it alone. Can’t help but write a “real” letter too? That’s fine – enclose the CampLib with your “real” letter.
Step #4: Your camper opens up the letter, reads it again and again and again. Each time they read it, they think about how lucky they are to know YOU. And as your camper’s friends hear the CampLib, they’ll think how cool it would be if they knew you too!
Step #5: Your camper comes home at the end of camp, gives you a GREAT BIG HUG, turns on the TV and well uh, sorry, I can’t help you here! You’re on your own at this point!
Ready! Set! Download!
Download for free:
Download the CampLib from our website, or click the button on the far right of the box above to sign into Slideshare to and download it there!
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PS July, 2015: Some of the original links in this post broke over time, so we’ve added new download options above. Please comment below if you cannot access the files. Thanks!