As society attaches importance to parent-child relationship, how to cultivate parent-child relationship has become an important link in the development of many parent education. Various forms of parent-child activities are in the ascendant, and parent-child camping, as a new form of entertaining and entertaining, provides a new choice for many families’ holiday arrangements.
Time selection for parent-child camping
Spring and autumn are not only a good time to travel, but also the best time to camp. It is neither cold nor hot, spring is warm, leaves are like rain, mosquito bites are avoided, and the temperature is stable between 15 degrees and 25 degrees. So the best time for parent-child camping is from early April to early June, and from mid-September to mid-November.
Extreme weather such as strong wind or rain is not suitable for camping, so be sure to watch the weather forecast before camping.
Where to choose for parent-child camping
Parent-child camping must first ensure the safety of the children. Therefore, staying away from hillsides, cliffs, rivers, and choosing flat grass is the most suitable. Many scenic spots now also provide paid camping sites. Providing cheap tents on trucks and places to wash and cook can be said to solve the worries of many parents.
Essential tools for parent-child camping
camping Tent: The most important tools for parent-child camping are of course the tent and ground cloth! In terms of style, you can choose a yurt-style tent built with two camping pillars crossed, which is easy to carry and easy to set up.
Food: Go to camp unless there is a special camp site that can provide a place for cooking. Fire is not recommended for cooking in other places that are not marked as allowed. You can bring some self-heating rice and snacks to satisfy your hunger, as well as some car-mounted rice cookers.
Clothing: There is a big temperature difference between day and night camping, so it is necessary to prepare a warm, light and breathable jacket.
First aid kit: As long as it is traveling, parents are advised to carry first aid kits with them. Prepare well, even if there is an emergency, you can face it calmly.
Garbage bags: Camping produces a large amount of garbage, so be sure to let your children learn to put the garbage in the garbage bags before leaving.
What do parent-child camping activities do?
Camping is actually a short-lived activity for families to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. When camping, we can put aside our mobile phones and worries, and play a “truth” game with our children.
“Mom, why do you let me learn so much every day?”
“Dad, why do you come home so late every day?”
“Child, why don’t you love to talk to your parents?”
All the contradictions, doubts, worries, and grievances in the family can be heard freely on this camping night.
In fact, parent-child camping is also an opportunity to open the heart to the family.
Camping requires a division of labor. Father sets up a tent, mother cooks and cleans up, and children can fight.
Only activities that everyone participates in can create a 100-point parent-child experience.
Parents and children can jointly obtain a tacit understanding and emotional sublimation brought by growth in this equal activity mode of mutual help.