What’s Recommended? The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) issued these guidelines for screen time: Babies and toddlers up to 18 months old: No screen time, with certain exceptions. Toddlers 18 months to 24 months: Some screen time with a parent or caregiver. Preschoolers: No more than 1 hour a day of educational programming, together with a parent or other caregiver who can help them understand what they’re seeing. Kids and teens 5 to 18 years: Parents should place

Concentration is like a muscle that requires regular exercise to strengthen. Some kids are born “stronger” in this area than others, but all kids can learn strategies and engage in practices that help improve their ability to focus and sustain their attention. This is, after all, a very important skill for kids to acquire—school demands that students concentrate for long stretches of time, and as kids get older they have

Approximately 10% of school age children are classified in need of specific services throughout the United States. In many school districts, 15% of children have “labels” of some sort. Therefore, camp leaders must be well trained in determining whether a classified or “labeled” child can be mainstreamed into a traditional camp and/or the changes that a camp must make to its ordinary standard of operation to help the camper succeed. The

They are good through September 30, 2017. Sign up with a $500 refundable deposit and application before September 30, 2017 to take advantage before the regular price goes into effect on October 1. Thank you Download Applications Here 2018 Rockland.Westcher Early Bird Application  2017 Early Bird Letter Rockland.West.NJ

They are good through September 30, 2017. Sign up with a $500 refundable deposit and application before September 30, 2017 to take advantage before the regular price goes into effect on October 1. Thank you Download Applications Here 2018 Manhattan Early Bird Application 2017 Early Bird Letter Manhattan

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Aug 2017

Week 7 @ DCITP

Our campers had a great time during Week 7 at Day Camp In The Park. Check it out!

Here’s what you need to know about the 2017 eclipse. What is a solar eclipse? A solar eclipse happens when the moon lines up between the Earth and the sun as the Earth revolves around the sun. The moon blocks the sun’s light from reaching the Earth. Wait, doesn’t the moon move between the Earth and the sun every month? Yes, but we don’t have solar eclipses every month because

In case you missed it, our campers had a great time during Week 6 @ DCITP!

Our campers had a great time during Week 5 at Day Camp In The Park. Check it out!

At Day Camp In The Park, we offer a variety of summer camp programs. Our camp is designed to provide opportunities for each child to enjoy the satisfaction of personal accomplishments.  We strive to provide our campers with fun and safe activites for a summer that they will remember forever. The sleep-overs will be available during week 3 of camp. The sleepover nights will be on Wednesday and Thursday nights for