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"Though Grizzly Bob's Day Camp looks exciting, Brother and Sister Bear are apprehensive. But after spending a few days trying things out, they discover they can have fun."--The Reading Teacher.  
Published: Random House Kids an imprint of Random House Publishing Group on Jul 10, 2012
ISBN: 9780307978813
List price: $4.99
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The children are fresh out of school with nothing to do. Mom suggest they go to summer camp. The camp is filled with many activites such as: swimming test, riding in canoes, and playing dodge ball. Children can relate to this because many students have been to some sort of camp. I never went to a camp, but by reading this book, it helps me to visualize what camp would be like. Teachers can use this book during a summer unit.read more
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Brother and Sister Bear are enjoying sitting home doing nothing for the summer, but Mama's got different plans for them- she sends them to camp. They're not sure if they'll like it, but pretty soon they're so busy doing fun stuff they have a great time. They're even fine on the sleep-out at skull rock.read more
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The Berenstain Bears Go To Camp is very good book for children wondering about summer camp. It gives a realistic picture that there will be a lot of rules that you go over the first day. Some days you will have more fun than others, especially at first when you are still getting used to everything. Their fear about spending the night, which is common is also addressed but it of course ends up being a very positive experience. A good book to go over with your child pre-summer camp.read more
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The children are fresh out of school with nothing to do. Mom suggest they go to summer camp. The camp is filled with many activites such as: swimming test, riding in canoes, and playing dodge ball. Children can relate to this because many students have been to some sort of camp. I never went to a camp, but by reading this book, it helps me to visualize what camp would be like. Teachers can use this book during a summer unit.
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Brother and Sister Bear are enjoying sitting home doing nothing for the summer, but Mama's got different plans for them- she sends them to camp. They're not sure if they'll like it, but pretty soon they're so busy doing fun stuff they have a great time. They're even fine on the sleep-out at skull rock.
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The Berenstain Bears Go To Camp is very good book for children wondering about summer camp. It gives a realistic picture that there will be a lot of rules that you go over the first day. Some days you will have more fun than others, especially at first when you are still getting used to everything. Their fear about spending the night, which is common is also addressed but it of course ends up being a very positive experience. A good book to go over with your child pre-summer camp.
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I liked this book better as a child than I do now, and back then I think it was mostly just for the pictures. It continues the theme of similar Bears stories that doing something new may seem scary at first, but once you get used to it you'll see that it's not bad. The story may be useful if you really do have a young child afraid to go away to camp for the first time, but since most children are older before they go to a sleep-away camp, this book might miss the mark in terms of age-appropriateness.As a caution to readers who are sensitive to issues of appropriation of Native American culture, this story does portray the camp leader dressing up as an "Indian" chief and telling legends around the campfire, in case that may bother some readers.
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