Summer Camp Packing Checklist: What Kids Need to Take to Camp by KLA Schools of Naperville

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Summer Camp Packing Checklist: What Kids Need to Take to Camp

Summer camp is an ideal opportunity for your child to learn more about their world and enjoy the great outdoors. To help your child prepare for summer camp, here are some important items your child may need to bring along:

If your child is attending an overnight camp, you will also want to pack:

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Kid's Underwear $5 & Up
Kid's Socks $4 & Up
Sunscreen $4 & Up
Kid's Sun Hats $6 & Up
Kid's Sneakers $10 & Up
Kid's Sandals $10 & Up
Kid's Swimwear $5 & Up
Kid's Goggles $4 & Up
Kleenex $2 & Up
Knapsacks $6 & Up
Bedding $6 & Up
Towels $4 & Up
Toothbrushes $3 & Up
Toothpaste $3 & Up
Toiletry Bags $5 & Up

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What a great list! Thank you for sharing!
Awesome suggestions! 👍
Elisa Schmitz
I remember my kids' summer camp days very well. This is so helpful, Selvei Rajkumar !
Gwen Johnson
Don't forget tissues for the mom. Or not. Maybe just wine. lol
Nancy Santanos
Thank you so much for these useful tips! List is amazing, I will turn it into checklist.
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To make your camping trip a smooth one, stick to your 'at home' routine as much as possible and even more. As a camp parent, you may get a shocked response from one of these. Our kids need a break from our well-intentioned involvement in their lives.

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