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Summer at Bryn Mawr

Health & Self Camps

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  • Beary Good Manners - (Girls & Boys age 4–grade 2)

    Brought to The Bryn Mawr School by the International School of Protocol and Carol Haislip

    Make learning manners even more fun when you bring a stuffed animal friend to camp! It is never too early to learn these important skills. The earlier you start learning to shake hands, to look someone in the eyes and to introduce yourself and others, the more likely it is that these skills become second nature. Campers are amazed how much fun learning these skills can be when you get to color, use puppets and dress ups, and lots of fun props to practice these real life skills. In addition to the above topics, campers will also learn conversation skills, table manners, magic words, telephone skills, being a good host and guest and how to make new friends. Be sure to bring a stuffed animal (bear or any other animal) friend with you to camp. Campers will create a manners workbook to bring home.
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  • Dude, That’s Rude: How To Be Socially Smart (Girls & Boys entering grades 3-7)

    Brought to The Bryn Mawr School by the International School of Protocol and Carol Haislip

    Parents want their kids to have good manners and to hang out with other kids who have good manners, too! As a parent or grandparent, we request the same positive behaviors over and over again, but it does not always seem to stick. This camp is a fun way to reinforce those skills you are teaching at home. The campers will use lots of hands-on play to learn and practice these skills that are a necessity in today’s world. Unfortunately, they are often forgotten by kids and adults alike. Topics include shaking hands, eye contact, introducing yourself and others, making conversation, table manners, common courtesies, telephone skills, writing thank-you notes, being a good host and guest, as well as public speaking techniques.
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  • Yoga Immersion - Have Fun and Go Om! (Girls and Boys entering grades: 3-8)

    Director: Erin Tschantret, Bryn Mawr Upper School Yoga Teacher, YogaWorks Instructor

    Spend a week practicing Vinyasa Yoga, creating Yog-Art and playing mindfulness games. Students will be exposed to various forms of yoga including Kundalini, Yin Yoga, Restorative Yoga and Yoga Nidra to name a few. Campers will leave feeling stretched, strengthened and serene with a host of tools for practicing mindfulness on a daily basis.
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Located in Baltimore, Maryland, The Bryn Mawr School is a private all-girls kindergarten, elementary, middle and high school with a coed preschool for ages 2 months through 5 years. Bryn Mawr provides students with exceptional educational opportunities on a beautiful 26-acre campus within the city limits. Inquisitive girls, excellent teaching, strong student-teacher relationships and a clear mission sustain our vibrant school community where girls always come first.