Tag: parents

My Summer Camp Experience

Posted by on January 11, 2011

By Matthew Kaufman I was fortunate to begin my day camp career at Ramaquois as a four year old in 1984.  I can clearly remember my first bus ride to camp, sitting next to my older sister.  Stepping off of the bus, and into a new, strange world, there was no way I could comprehend […]

Why is Ramaquois a Special Day Camp?

Posted by on January 3, 2011

I have been fortunate to watch so many children and young adults grow at Camp Ramaquois.  My oldest son will be starting his fifth summer at Ramaquois, and my youngest son will have his first day camp experience at Ramaquois this summer. What happens at Ramaquois that makes camp such a valuable experience?  This is […]

Air Travel With Kids – 3 Tips To Surviving This Stress With Your Kids

Posted by on December 10, 2010

We know that many of our Ramaquois families will be traveling this holiday season.  Here is an interesting article we found about traveling with children! by Miranda Xavier Everyone needs time out sometimes, however, family holidays can often be more stressful than staying at home. A holiday should not be a relocation of the stress’s […]

Exercise and Kids: The Difference between Training Children and Adults!

Posted by on December 10, 2010

by Ray Kelly The greatest mistake a person can make when exercising with children is to treat them like little adults. Children are growing and developing rapidly. This means that certain physiological issues must be considered when they are exercising. Bone Injuries That Affect Growth When most parents think of children and weight training their […]