Family and Faith Magazine Issue 9, Summer Edition - Page 18

Playing Dress-up, Painting and Making Pizza at Kids Camp! “ The kids are so contented that some parents have to be careful to schedule a time for the whole family to be together. ” 18 familyandfaithmagazine.com “When you talk to parents about vacations, there are some that say it’s not a vacation when you are travelling with kids, it’s a trip and it shouldn’t be that way, it should be a vacation, so there are things for the kids to do,” the resort general manager beamed. At Jewel, children have a vast array of fun activities to engage in and playful responsible caregivers to see about their care. Aside from all the fun water and ranch activities, there is also pizza making, painting, playing dress up, playing with toys and of course watching a movie in the outdoors while toasting marshmallows! “When we designed the kids club and the programme we wanted that, and we wanted slumber parties and night time pizza parties where the kids go and they enjoy themselves at night or they have the kiddie disco where they go and dance, where it’s not just day stuff but it’s also the night time stuff,” Scott outlined. The kids are so contented that some parents have to be careful to schedule a time for the whole family to be together. “I have had several parents who would say to their kids, pick a meal time and that’s mandatory meal time that you have to spend with us, breakfast lunch or dinner,” Scott revealed. The Kids Camp is open to all children from 18 months to 12 years old from 9am to 5pm and 6:30pm to 9:30pm, so parents can have alone time for a full day. After that time they have the option of booking a friendly nanny.