What Are Summer Camps?
When you say summer camps, it means going outdoors! But, it is more than just sleeping in tents and bonfires. People's perception of camps is about learning how to do things on their own and making friends. However, joining this kind of outdoor activity will help develop not only social skills, but also improve confidence, strengthen resiliency, and gain lifelong learnings.
While we are mostly referring to kids camp, several more camps have been established that does not focus only on recreational activities. There are a variety of summer camp programs that focuses on the preschool, youth, sports, academics, music, art, and so much more.
How to Make a Summer Camp Flyer
Summer camp flyers are promotional tools used in advertising activities organized by the school for their outdoor activities or by businesses that spearhead training camps and special outdoor events. Your summer flyer should be creative, artistic, and colorful to add appeal to your participants. While it should look fun, it needs to be informative and educational. To make a summer camp flyer, you need a lot of ideas, itinerary information, list of programs or training and the few steps below to help you in your task:
1. Your Camp Should be Specifically Named
When you are planning a summer camp, it is fundamental to know what kind of summer camps are you going to organize. Going back to the abovementioned camps, they are so varied that your participants should know what activity they are joining. Giving a brand to your camp means getting the right audience.
2. Detailed Itineraries and Accommodations
The second task you need to work on is your itinerary. Make sure that your itinerary is favorable to the age range of your participants. If you are doing a summer camp for daycare and preschool children, do not choose a place that can pose hazardous threats to them. You can be adventurous for the older ones but make it sure that the area is nothing dangerous. For accommodations, you can choose open meadows or established camping sites for the children. Adults may want to experience a new environment, so a lake cabin or tents in highlands will be a better choice.
3. List of Programs or Training
Your programs or training should be indicated in the flyer to give participants a heads-up of what's going to happen during the camp. It has to be informative and detailed, especially if you are dealing with kids. Adults will anticipate the list because they need to know what they're going to bring to the camp. Be specific of your activities, particularly with camps that go longer than three days.
4. Play With Images and Colors
Colors are essential, so experiment on how to mix and match them. Try using bright color schemes to add attraction for your simple flyer. Pick relatable images. To give it a cute touch for your kids, animated images always do the job.
5. Find a Template and Print
Designing your flyer is advisable, especially if you are cutting cost. But, it is advisable to download a template if you are not too familiar with editing apps. Lastly, you can print it when you are done. Save a copy in case you run out of it.