4 Things for Tweens to Do
How tweens can stay active, challenge themselves, and have fun this summer
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While tweens may be too old for many day camps and too young to work, Greenwich offers a multitude of activities and camps aimed at this age group to help them make the most of these sweet summer days. Instead of lazing around the house, here are five ways tweens with a variety of interests can stay active, challenge themselves, and have fun this summer:
Hands on learning while having fun aptly defines this two-week instructional sailing program. Greenwich Community Sailing offers four different levels, each dictating a slightly different daily agenda. Level 1 splits their time between sailing, kayaking, and shore side learning, while more advanced levels focus solely on sailing, incorporate a little classroom instruction, and conclude with an evaluative test. The program even offers a state certification course for juniors, in which instructors guide students through all requirements needed to obtain the Safe Boating Certification. Tweens are prepared for this test in the most hands-on and exciting ways possible, as the classroom teaching is accompanied by fun water excursions.
For more information visit greenwichsailing.com