Summer Camps Keep The Hand-Written Tradition Alive | NBC Nightly News

every summer millions of kids leave their parents behind and their cell phones to at Camp there for us to communicate the old-fashioned way with handwritten letters and guess what they like it almost everyday and especially letter-writing gaze I have a lot to say I think it’s better than text messaging or emailing because you just can’t express yourself more through a letter like what stationary you use how you’re feeling at the moment at Camp canadensis tucked in the Pocono Mountains kids write letters home at least three times a week dear Mom and Dad I miss you so so much cancer the past three weeks have been amazing I’m having a great time at camp today I’m going to be bored they’re forcing me to write a picture so you think I’m having fun isn’t that what camp is about to get lost in the world of who they are what they can be when the friendships that they can make her play NBC News fancy thanks for checking out our YouTube channel subscribe by clicking on that button down here and click on any of the videos over here to watch the latest interviews show highlights
Every summer, millions of kids leave their parents and cell phones behind and head to camp, where they’re forced to communicate by hand-written letters. And guess what? They like it!
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