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5 Steps to Choosing a Camp


Sure, there's going to be bugs. And food that's fun to make fun of. And a couple of bouts of homesickness. But camping, the experts agree, is good for children. "It's a great equalizer," says Arthur Pinchev, director of youth and family programming at the Brandeis-Bardin Institute, "It's one place where kids can really be kids," away from the pressures of school and family life.

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