Time running out to choose summer camp for kids

By Tessa

MOUNT PLEASANT, S. C. (WCIV) -- Here's something that might surprise some parents. School lets out for break in just under three weeks. If you have not decided on which summer camp your child will be attending, it's time to kick it into high gear.

Lowcountry Parent Magazine has{}released it's 2012 summer camp guide. The magazine has a{} comprehensive list of what's available to keep kids busy during the summer months.

It's important to talk to kids about how they want to spend their free time before deciding on a camp.

"You should communicate with your child what their interests are," said Lowcountry Parent Magazine's Doug Kifer. "There's many different types of camps out there and you need to identify which camps are best fit for your child."

Whether your child is interested in sports, science or magic, there's a camp. All it takes is a little time and research.

There are also plenty of camps available to adjust to virtually any work schedule.

"There's a lot of half day camps that you can mix and match,"according to Lowcountry Parent Magazine editor, Shannon Brigham.

You can see a complete list of camps offered this summer at

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