Camping with your kids on a regular basis is so important as it radically promotes Passing on Camping to Kids. These camping experiences as children will instill the values of camping in them, which they will hopefully pass on to their future kids. This in turn establishes family traditions, which evoke healthy and jubilant experiences for children to carry on well after you are gone (with their own offspring). It really creates a healthy lifestyle, which propels future times of family togetherness, fostering love and appreciation for one another and also for their natural environment.
Sadly, some kids have never been camping once in their lives. Others have been camping, but only with other families and not their own. Camping is, in my opinion, a fun event that all families should experience together (ideally) every year, if not multiple times a year. It encourages family togetherness; forging bonds and creating fond memories that will last a lifetime. It also encourages time away from technology (which we all need from time to time) and fosters an appreciation for the great outdoors.
Of all the things we do with our children, camping is the one that fulfills so many aspects that our children long for and inherently crave. They most especially want our TIME devoted to them and our undivided ATTENTION. These can both be fulfilled while camping and enjoying some outdoor playtime,sharing food, passing on stories and jokes around the campfire, star-gazing and playing games. Whether you play card games, board games, or take a trek through the woods; kids will eat up every second and appreciate the time with you, more than you will ever know.
So, whether you have grand kids, nieces and nephews, or your own kids, it is time to set up a fun, memorable camping experience that will benefit everyone involved and most importantly, will Pass on Camping to Kids (for future generations).