Thursday, 4 July 2013

Camping And Hiking Foods For Kids

After a long day of exploring in the wilderness, it's good to have a few camping food activities for kids ready for hungry campers. Whether it's roasting a few veggies over a hot campfire or preparing some tasty desserts cooked over the outdoor grill you constructed, the whole crew will be begging for seconds.                                                
You don't need to be a master chef to fix these camping foods either. With a few simple ingredients that will easily fit in your knapsack, your feasts will be ready to eat. Just be careful not to attract any unwanted guests to your meal like bears!Follow the links below to learn how to prepare delicious camping food activities:

Currently we are offering after-school programs and educational field trips for elementary school children. Our "Bitty Basketball" program not only teaches the fundamentals of the sport, but, also includes motivational statements on what we call Power Points. Power Points motivates children on the following: The importance of learning, self-respect, and respecting others. Especially, parents, teachers, and fellow classmates. We also teach healthy eating and exercise.

Packing healthy food for a camping or hiking trip can be tricky.Camping & Hiking You want the convenience of pre-made food, but not at the expense of your health. Last week, we took some time off as a family and headed to Yosemite National Park. I spent several hours prepping all the food to ensure healthy eating on the trails and thought the information could benefit you and your family too.

We stayed at a lovely KOA campground. It was clean, well-kept and the people tending to the campground were friendly and helpful. And I’ll mention, I say “camping,” but we did stay in a small cabin with a stove, refrigerator and sink. Our lives are a bit hectic right now, so we thought it best to simplify our trip. As long as you have a sturdy cooler and a camp stove, you can use this menu and/or ideas for your next camping trip.

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