Tonto Rim Blog
With eleven million plus kids attending a camp this summer, the piles of “lost and found” items will be extreme. In this infographic by Kidecals, discover what kids lose more than anything else and simple steps that will save you money.
A recent study by the Yale Child Study Center and reported on the American Camp Association’s website shows positive proof that the summer camp experience provides lasting real-world benefits to children.
Preparation is vital when having an outdoor adventure such as camping. This is especially true if you plan to bring some basic supplies such as a can opener, first aid kit of extra batteries for things like flashlights. Forgetting just one essential item can put a damper on an otherwise fun trip.
Seeing that we often have kids and “tweens” in our Youth Christian Camp settings, I thought this infographic by FashionPlaytes.com on how kids are using social media by was quite interesting. For example, of the 95% that use the Internet, 81% of them are using some type of social media. Learn more from the stats below. The infographic even lays out some benefits as well as harms and provides some ways parents can monitor their kid’s social media usage.
From moisture-wicking fabrics and ultraviolet materials to ground-breaking innovations and game-changing design, the simple act of playing outside has been profoundly impacted by modern technology.
There are a ton of off-road parks all over the United States, but the folks at Marty Cancila Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram took the liberty to narrow it down to what they feel are the best off-roading trails north of Mexico. You’ll find them below in the following infographic entitled, “Top Ten Off-Roading Trails in America.”