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What to Bring


What to Bring

We suggest that each child brings the following items when they come to Seedrioru Summer camp. We've also got a handy checklist, which you can print out to make sure that you've got everything packed. We prefer that younger children pack their items in suticases instead of duffel bags, so it's easier for them to keep their stuff organized.**Suitcases preferred instead of duffel bags for mudilased and väiksed poisid/tüdrukud.**

Here are a few things to keep in mind when preparing for your summer at camp:

  • Camp is a busy & active place, remember to pack clothing that you don't mind getting wet and dirty.
  • Label all of your clothing (socks included!) and equipment, and ensure that your child is aware of what you are sending with them to camp.
  • Mail is a lot of fun to receive! Send your child to camp with some pre- addressed envelopes so that they can easily send letters back home. Also care packages and regular mail are a wonderful surprise to get at camp. Make sure that you are sending things that are camp friendly and that can be used at camp. Please refrain from junkfood.
  • Hats, running shoes and sunscreen are really important to help protect your child from the sun.
  • Send a water bottle and remind your child to stay hydrated by drinking lots of water. We always have drinking water available and will remind children to fill up their bottles and drink water.
  • Please check the “Lost & Found” when you arrive to find stuff you left behind last year and check again before you leave to make sure you don’t leave anything behind!

PLEASE LABEL ALL ITEMS CLEARLY WITH YOUR CHILD’S NAME! (socks included!)

  • Camp uniform: Seedrioru T-shirt, navy blue shorts (without stripes), plain white socks. (shirt is available for purchase at registration)
  • Sleeping bag and an extra blanket
  • Pillow and pillowcase
  • Sheets
  • Plastic sheet / mattress cover if required
  • Pajamas
  • Supply of underwear and socks for each day
  • Summer clothing
  • Long pants and/or sweat pants
  • Sweater and wind breaker
  • Raincoat
  • 2 swimsuits
  • beachtowel / cover-up (of thinner material for quicker drying & lighter to carry for small children)
  • 2 pairs of running shoes (one pair that can get wet, and 1 pair suitable for hiking / sports)
  • rain boots or duckies
  • *sunhat*
  • 1 - 2 bath towels, hand towel (with loops for hanging)
  • toiletry bag containing:
    • facecloth
    • soap in a soapdish
    • toothbrush and toothpaste
    • plastic cup
    • brush / comb
    • sunscreen
    • mosquito / bug repellant
    • shampoo
    • additional toiletry items as required
  • dirty laundry bag
  • life jacket
  • canteen / refillable water bottle
  • spending money ( approx. $5.00/week… may be left with Counsellor)
  • flashlight & extra batteries
  • musical instrument,
  • baseball glove,
  • knapsack/daypack - for hikes, day trips (if you have one)
  • campfire pillow or blanket
  • spare time activities; a couple of books
  • music for the dance
  • cold weather gear, mittens (the nights can be chilly)
  • formal dinner/dance clothing (pants & dress shirt, dress, etc)
  • maskerade costume for the first week attendees

Please do not bring: Cell phones, video games, laptops, or junk food