Children’s recreation-four factors of choice
Organizing children’s recreation is a serious task for parents, and several factors should be taken into account at the same time.
That is, your decision should be comprehensive – you should not take into account, for example, only the climatic features of the resort or only the wishes of the child.
Children are children, their choice can be influenced by a random picture seen on the Internet, and the desire to go exactly where the parents send their friend.
The climate can also play a cruel joke – it is hot and Sunny, and there is no place to have fun. And the option when a child just goes to the resort with his parents and follows them everywhere, we do not even consider here.
Having Hobbies for your child makes it easier to choose a place to stay. A young sportsman can take a vacation on the sea coast in a sports camp with special programs, playgrounds and pools for children. For a young intellectual, there is a recreation program with erudite contests and quizzes. Creatively gifted children prefer camps where various festivals are held – vocal, dance, and cinematic. Well, for very young children, we recommend a vacation in sea resorts with visiting kindergartens. And Vice versa, almost adults – youth camps abroad.
First, it is useful to consult with your pediatrician and find out what type of climate is most suitable for a child’s rest, taking into account the characteristics of his body, diseases, etc.With the exception of children who live permanently in the Northern regions, all children tolerate the climate of our neighboring resorts – the North Caucasus, Crimea. Usually there is clean air, good ecology and a warm sea. Well, fans of a hotter climate should pay attention to Greece, Italy or Spain-there is the largest number of Sunny days in Europe during the year.
It is very important to correctly assess not only the abilities and Hobbies, but also the wishes of your child, so that, once in a children’s camp, surrounded by other children, he was interested and comfortable. Consult with him, find out his personal wishes and, of course, their motivation. After all, it often happens that it is most important for your child to go exactly where his friends or classmates have already visited.
Of course, children’s recreation is not an item in the family budget that can be used to save money. But it is also wrong to focus only on the cost, according to the principle “more expensive means better”. If the difference is, say, only in distance (Greece is further away, Bulgaria is closer), then it probably makes sense to choose a nearby country, all other things being equal.
The prestige of the country or resort for children, as opposed to adults, does not matter much.