My kids are heading off to camp soon. We have been busy making last minute purchases (bug spray, postcards, etc.) and packing all their gear.
When we travel together, we enjoy keeping a journal or scrapbook. We include photographs, ticket stubs, and receipts. When time allows, we also create sketches of the flora and fauna.
Often we use a blank sketch book for our journal. Other times we use a ruled journal. For summer camp, I thought it would be fun to have a fun journal with lots of prompts and cute graphics.
I looked for a summer camp journal both locally and online but have been unable to find one that is gender neutral. I thus decided to create my own.
This 36 page journal is the perfect way for the kids to record their experiences at summer camp. It is full of fun journaling prompts and has ample space for photographs, autographs, and even a sketch of the camp.
Here is a peak at the Table of Contents:
• Getting Ready
• What to Pack
• Things to Do Before Leaving
• Names & Addresses
• Daily Camp Log
• Camp Schedule
• What I Did at Camp
• My Favorite Camp Songs
• Camp Counselors
• Camp Food
• New Friends
The Summer Camp Journal is now available from my Teachers Pay Teachers store.
Have you ever attended a summer camp yourself? If so, tell us a little about it.
What summer camp will your child(ren) be attending this summer?
What are your fondest memories of summer?