Blended Camp For Adventurous Boys & Girls
Camp Kupugani’s Blended Camp is an all-embracing, multicultural summer camp for boys and girls, ages 7-15, located near Chicago, Illinois. At camp, kids from different countries, states, and backgrounds learn about leadership skills, self-confidence, empowerment, self-image, and conflict resolution, all while making friends and having fun!
We provide a safe atmosphere where they celebrate and appreciate themselves while celebrating and appreciating others. We give them the tools to maximize their potential. To provide an individualized, empowering experience for each camper, our enrollment is limited. Ensure a camp spot for your child, register today!
Kids at Camp Kupugani have fun changing their world while learning and expanding interests in a variety of activities. Campers can choose from a variety of land, water, and adventure activities giving them the chance to have fun while developing new and exciting skills in a safe and supportive environment. While having fun with activities, campers learn to live with others, challenge themselves and each other, and spend time with caring counselors.
Blended Summer Camp Details
- Professional, trained counselors maximize camper development and safety
- 3:1 Camper to counselor ratio ensures individualized attention for each camper
- Daily themes promote empowerment and character growth
- Cabin interactions are single-sex, with outside cabin life consisting of intentionally co-ed interactions
- Our innovative program addresses issues specific to girls and boys ages 7 to 15
- Campers can safely learn how to act in real-life co-ed situations
- Campers live and play with kids from different countries, states, and backgrounds (Hispanic / Latine, White / Caucasian, Black / African American, Asian, Indian, Hawaiian, and more)
Benefits of Blended Camp
- Addressing and combating stereotypical inter-gender dynamics
- i.e. Day of the Queen Bees, where “traditional” roles are flipped
- Ensuring every camper has an equal voice regardless of gender
- Increased “family” dynamics due to a higher percentage of “real-life” siblings
- Modeling from staff and fellow campers on positive intergender relationships
- Normalizing interactions with the other gender
- Fostering learning from the other gender
- Because boys and girls often deal with disagreements differently (with boys generally more likely to focus on rules, and girls generally more interested in talking through a conflict), campers maximize being well-rounded
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