Book Review: Computer Investigation by Elizabeth Bauchner

Who is the target audience for this book?

Make no mistake. This book is not targeted for computer professionals. If you have a degree in Computer Science or just know a lot about computers, you won’t learn anything from this book. This book is targeted to children in the middle school age group, but it would also be a good introductory book for adults.

That said, what does the book talk about?

What is the science of computer forensics?

Computer forensics is a two-part process. First, data is retrieved and then the data is used. It is different from other forensic sciences because the data usually stands on its own and does not need to be interpreted.

What are the many duties of a computer forensics technician?

While doing their job, computer forensic specialists must preserve evidence, not introduce viruses or worms into a system, handle data properly, keep evidence within the chain of command, reduce the impact of the system’s analysis on any businesses affected, and make sure privileged information is not divulged.

Following those rules, computer forensic professionals find hidden files, swap files, and temp files used by the operating system and by applications. They access these files and protected and encrypted files, searching for information relevant to the case. They analyze the data found, especially in areas normally considered inaccessible. They perform an over all system analysis and list all relevant files. They provide an opinion of the system’s layout and who authored which files. They make notes of attempts to delete or protect files, and they provide expert testimony and/or consultation in court as needed.

The book gives definitions for commonly used words, or jargon, in the industry.

A hacker is someone who is really interested in a piece of technology and learns all possible about the technology.

A cracker is someone who uses their hacker knowledge for bad.

Hackers are white hat, and crackers are black hat hackers.

A phreaker was a person who scammed the telephone company to get free long-distance calls.

Spoofing is mimicking a website (or an email) so the receiver thinks the sender is someone else.

Phishing is trying to get information from people, like their user accounts and passwords, and social security numbers.

A virus is a program, attached to another program, that infects a system when the program is opened. The virus can’t do anything unless the program is opened and ran.

A worm is like a virus, but it can replicate itself without other programs being opened.

A Trojan horse is a program that pretends to be a different kind of program.

Denial of Service (DoS) is when a cracker tries to prevent a system from being accessible by its normal users.

Teaching Kids Money Management Skills in 3 Easy Steps

You make a wise choice deciding on teaching kids money management skills. Money management skills are vital in our modern society. How your children use and manage money as they grow up will directly influence how well they live in the future. Many adults today dealing with debt problems of huge credit card balances and the likes were not taught to manage personal finances properly. If only their parents knew that by teaching kids money management skills in a fun and positive way will aid them to foster a healthy relationship with money, they would not have been in such a plight.

While many schools have a financial literacy curriculum these days, getting your children to learn basic money skills is never too early. Financial education is too important to be left solely to the school. As a parent, you can adopt these 3 easy steps to teach your kids how to manage money and give them a head start.

Step 1. Discuss money matters openly with your kids.

Openly talk about money at home is one effective way to teach kids about money. Young children often know more about money than we assume. They learn from an early age that the burgers from McDonalds or the video games from Toys-R-Us all require money to purchase. On the other hand, they do not fully comprehend the way the whole financial system works. If you do not talk about money issues with your kids, you lose the chance to impart to them such proper money lessons as earning, saving, spending, and investing.

Step 2. Get your kids involve in family finances.

Money discussion alone can only impress upon your kids theories and concepts. They need real life examples to better grasp some money management skills. Once your kids feel comfortable talking about money matters with you, you can engage them in the daily management activities of family finances. Getting the children involve provide them the opportunity to observe how you take control of your money.

Take them together to the bank to deposit your paychecks into savings accounts. Let them help in check writing to see how you disperse the funds to cover household bills. Get them to do the math when balancing a checkbook. Ask them to sit in on financial planning and household budgeting and so on.

Step 3. Let your kids manage their own budgets.

Your children may learn a lot from watching you doing the work, but nothing beats first hand real life experience in teaching kids money management skills. When you feel they are ready, let the kids manage their own budgets. They will become money savvy quicker learning from their own mistakes.

What you want to do here is to set aside money for your kids as weekly allowance, then give them the freedom to spend it as they see fit. However, you should make it clear to them they are responsible to provide some of their own needs like clothing from now on. So whenever they want a new pair of pants or socks, they have to pay for those with their allowance. When the children are in their teens, you could also consider asking them to earn their pocket money by taking care of household chores or taking up summer jobs.

Call Him Creator-Man

Like Walt Disney and George Lucas, Stan Lee has co-created some of the most iconic characters in pop culture: Spider-Man, X-Men, the Fantastic Four, Iron Man, and the Incredible Hulk. Movie’s based on his super-characters have generated more than $2.3 billion in U.S. ticket sales. Toys, books and games have generated billions more.

Lee is one of the most important figures in American popular culture. He began working for Marvel (then Timely) Comics in 1939, with his first published work appearing in May 1941. The following year, at age 20, he was editor and chief writer, creating stories for a variety of romance, horror, humor, science-fiction and suspense comics.

By 1960, competitor DC comics had launched a team of superheroes called the Justice League of America. Marvel publisher Martin Goodman demanded a response, and in 1961, Lee and Jack Kirby produced Fantastic Four No. 1. Fan response was phenomenal, with critics today calling the work a masterful step forward in comic-book evolution.

Lee would continue creating and co-creating characters for Marvel over the next two decades. Along the way, he published some of the market’s most valuable collectibles, with key issues of Marvel Comics often demanding more than a quarter million dollars.

With the Walt Disney Company in the process of purchasing Marvel Entertainment — further cementing his status in American culture — Lee is busier than ever. He most recently launched POW! Entertainment to create, produce and license new characters. He hosted two seasons of the Syfy channel show “Who Wants to be a Superhero?” And he’s executive producer of several motion pictures based on Marvel characters (Black Panther, Nick Fury, Thor) that are yet to be released.

Surprisingly, Lee does not consider himself a collector. “Collecting is great,” he says with a laugh, “if you have the time for it!”

Q: Of the 15 top-grossing movies in the United States, George Lucas’ characters have grossed about $1.2 billion in ticket sales and your characters have grossed $1.1 billion.

A: Damn! He’s always beating me! I don’t like being in second place!

Q: Do you consider yourself one of the most successful creators in Hollywood?

A: Of course not! Lucas does movies. I only wrote a lot of comic book stories which other people have made into great movies. I had nothing to do with the movies and yet I seem to get so much credit for them. I feel like a phony!

Q: But Lucas created Luke Skywalker, you created Peter Parker. He created Darth Vader, you created Dr. Doom. Lucas wrote the stories, you wrote the stories.

A: Yeah, but he also produced and directed those movies. I didn’t have anything to do with the movies. That’s the only thing. I think I was very instrumental in making these characters famous and successful as comic book characters. In the comic book field, I did very well and I am happy to accept all the credit that might be heaped upon me. But the movies that have made all this money you’re talking about, while they were based on things that I wrote, they were written and directed and acted by other people. I had nothing to do with that. So I would be an idiot to compare myself to a George Lucas. I think I’m cuter! [laughs]

Q: So there you are, working at Marvel Comics for more than 40 years, with comic books all over the place. But you never really collected them?

A: I never had time to be a collector. I was always too busy writing. You know, I’m probably one of the world’s greatest hack writers because I got paid for what I wrote. The more I wrote, the more money I made. So I was writing all the time so I could pay my bills. Collecting is great if you have the time for it! Also, when I was writing, I never for a minute thought that years later these comics would turn out to be collectibles.

Q: Your wife Joanie is a collector.

A: Her tastes are very catholic. She was the first person I know who years ago latched on to African art when nobody knew what it was. She was buying these bits of sculpture from Nairobi and God knows where else. She collects paintings, sculpture, antique jewelry, watches. Anything that she finds attractive, she collects.

Q: Even though you had a full plate at Marvel, but wanted to do more. In the late 1950s, you started a newspaper comic, Mrs. Lyons’ Cubs with artist Joe Maneely. Then in 1960, you and artist Dan DeCarlo created the Willie Lumpkin comic strip, and that was followed by The Virtue of Vera Valiant, which you did with Frank Springer. In 1977, of course, you launched the Spider-Man newspaper strip. Why the desire to produce a syndicated strip?

A: I was always trying to do something that would break out and be a huge success.

Q: But Stan, wasn’t creating Spider-Man keeping you busy enough?

A: I didn’t know Spider-Man was that successful in the beginning. It took a few years before I realized we were on to something. I wanted to do something big, but we had bad luck.

Q: But you wanted to be syndicated because …

A: In those days, newspaper syndication was the big leagues and comic books were the minor leagues, the bush leagues. Maybe if you were good, you would graduate to newspaper syndication. The funny thing is today it’s almost reversed.

Q: A few years ago, you started releasing, through Heritage Auction Galleries, your file copies from your days at Marvel. Those included Spider-Man #1, X-Men #1, Amazing Fantasy #15 and Fantastic Four #1.

A: Those books that went to auction were just books that somehow I had accumulated. I didn’t save them as part of any savings plan or collection. There might have been a story that I liked that I didn’t feel like throwing the book away that quickly. I was always giving the books away! These were just some books that I hadn’t gotten around to giving away!

Q: What about original artwork?

A: You know, we never had room. We worked in one little office. … So we’d give the artwork away, the original artwork, to kids who’d come up to deliver a sandwich, or to a cleaning woman who didn’t want it. We didn’t know. We’d throw them away. Who knew?

Q: Finally, I have to ask. Did you ever mail off $1 plus 25 cents for postage and handling to get your very own X-Ray Specs?

A: As a matter of fact, Johnson Smith was the company that sold a lot of that stuff. The thing I sent away for most – I sent off for it a few times because I lost one – they have a little gadget that I felt was the most valuable thing in the world, because if you had this, you could do anything! It had a little magnifying glass and a little compass and a little knife blade and God knows what else. How I loved it!

How Much Does It Cost to Build An App Like UBER?

Uber was the first taxi company to start offering its services all over the globe. The company expanded to more than 70 cities, thus allowing travelers to go wherever they want. With their taxi app, equipped with user-friendly features, Uber has allowed more and more travelers to call taxis to reach their destinations. Whether the traveler is a business associate, a tourist, a student or anyone, they have everything to meet their needs. Uber has opened new dimensions for other entrepreneurs to start creating something similar and for this, they always have to analyze the cost and other factors that are involved in making a taxi app, just like Uber.

Nowadays, people have got everything in their smartphones- whether they want medical assistance or to order a meal, things are just a few screen touches away! Having these facilities, they also reckon to hire taxi services through their smartphones. So, taxi companies started to follow Uber and took an initiative to develop a taxi app for their business.

When it comes to developing a taxi application, the first and foremost thing is to estimate the cost and other expenses that usually vary according to the type of application, developers involved, features and many other things. The development of a taxi app starts with creating two interfaces- one for the taxi driver and other for the passengers so that both can track one another and communicate whenever needed.

The cost of developing a taxi app also depends upon the following essential features:

• Map, GPS and Route Drawing

• Hiring and Matching System

• Communication

• Payment Modes

• Cars and Drivers’ Details

Understanding the above features will help the taxi company to efficiently estimate a cost to develop an application like Uber.

Map, GPS and Route Drawing

GPS and routes drawing are the most important features for any taxi app as they are responsible for tracking the location of the passenger and traffic condition on the routes to reach the destination. The feature is equally useful for both, the passengers and drivers through which, they can track one another.

Hiring and Matching System

When it’s time to using a taxi app, it is necessary for the user to register on the application, either by entering the email address and password or using any social media platform. Next step is to enter the phone number so that the company can easily reach them when in need. For drivers, the process involves visiting the company, pass their screening and supply scanned copies of the required documents.

Communication

Communication is one of the crucial factors to ensure satisfactory services. The taxi application should have a feature to notify passengers that their ride has arrived and is waiting for them. Even, the SMS feature would be a good way to keep in touch with the driver.

Payment Mode

Since Uber is working with a cashless system, other taxi companies also have to incorporate this feature and make their services faster and safer. Though, it is important for the company to know the needs of their market. Some countries have limited payment modes that are not available in other countries or users have some restrictions to use them. Normally, the common payment methods used for hiring and payment include PayPal, debit or credit cards.

Cars and Drivers’ Details

Since people always want to know what and who is going to pick them, the Uber like app should have a feature that will give them information about the vehicle and driver who is coming for their service. This way, the passengers will be rest assured about the quality of services and their safety.

Why Mobile Apps Need to Be Integrated Into Your Business’ Wider Digital Initiatives

The very early business mobile apps were a very simple means to add convenience to the way in which businesses communicated with their customers. They were specifically designed for the end users. Since then mobile apps have evolved according to the ever increasing demands of the businesses and the ever changing needs of the customers. The pace of this change is ever increasing too – and mobile apps are no longer seen as a standalone option to be considered, but are integrated into the wider digital initiatives that span across a number of other elements such as the Internet of Things, Business process Management, data analytics and lots more.

Mobile application development continues to be the prime focus for enterprises big and small – and here are the top three reasons your business needs it too!

Engaging directly with customers could revolutionize your business

Traditionally, there was very little communication between the business and its customers. Other than an occasional call for support or a promotional email etc. there was no way for a customer to actually actively engage with a business. Further, tele-conversations were a onetime thing. With mobile apps, customers have a means of ‘staying in touch’ with your business. Businesses also have a means of constant communication and can send important messages and notifications to their customers. Businesses can take advantage of the ‘ready availability’ of the app on a user’s mobile to share information about the next line of products being launched or new services that are introduced and greatly increase their sales and grow.

Mobile centric designs can also help businesses collect more data from the end users and draw insights in order to provide them with more personalized services.

Mobile is getting smarter

The number of new devices introduced in the market keeps increasing in numbers and every new model comes with a host of new features. Well, not only the mobiles, but also other devices are getting smarter. Interconnecting devices and making use of smart technology to make life easier for customers is the current demand of this industry. Hence new ways of customer interactions are evolving and one simple app can make a huge difference in the way customers perceive your business.

Flexibility is critical to embrace the rapidly evolving mobile landscape

As customer demands for new services and features for convenience increase, enterprises must also gear up their mobile app development strategies to accommodate this demand. Further, business must acknowledge that these demands will constantly change and hence need to build apps that will have the flexibility to scale as the customer expectations change as well as when the business grows.

In order to remain competitive, businesses must embrace the new opportunities that are presented by the ‘smart’ apps and devices introduced in the market. A mobile first approach and strategy is one way for businesses to keep up and stay at the forefront of the competition.

Time Management Training for Parents Decreases Stress

No doubt about it, parenting is stressful. Children are 100 percent dependent upon us not to mess them up for life. At least not mess them up enough to need years of therapy. Something as simple as proper time management (or any time management for that matter) will assist you with decreasing your stress and your children’s stress too. If you think of any business that works well, it works because certain tasks are done on certain days and at certain times. It is no different when it comes to managing a family!

It might sound like managing time is not very spontaneous and exciting or that it is too hard to manage your time and family. However, by creating a family routine and ground rules you’ll actually be able to be more spontaneous and less stressed because you are not allowing time wasters and distractions impact your time together as a family. If you try these time management techniques for thirty days, you’ll be surprised at how much less stress you have in your life.

Everything has a home — Create an orderly environment by creating a place for every item in your house. Make it a rule that when anyone (including mom and dad) is done with an item it is put back in its home. This will decrease the stress of losing important papers and avoid time wasters like spending 20 minutes in the morning looking for shoes and keys. Having an organized household will reduce the time it takes to clean up when you have company, and it will take less time on deep cleaning days that may be scheduled for the weekend, leaving more fun time.

Create human time — Limit “screen time” to no more than an hour or two a day, including time spent on non-homework or work items on the computer. Nobody really needs to spend six hours playing video games or sitting in front of the television set. Most gaming on the computer is a waste of time, but of course, adults and children still do it. Rather than ban all such activities, perhaps find a game that everyone can play that is more family friendly and creates a fun way to spend a family “game night.”

Segment work time — For adults, leave work at work, or if you work from home leave work during work time. Homework for a child is a different story. Most teachers would be surprised to find out that any child is spending more than an hour or two a night doing all their homework, so if your child is spending an enormous amount of time on homework, ask their teachers if this is a normal expectation for the school. It could be the child is struggling and needs extra help, or they may be wasting time. Set up a special homework spot and monitor your child for time wasting behaviors like daydreaming or focusing too long on unimportant tasks.

Focus activities — Limit extracurricular activities to one activity per day for every child and adult. For a four-person household, this is four extracurricular activities and already quite a large plate of fun. Over scheduling children has not proven to assist in their development or improve grades. Instead, it is responsible for stressing out overburdened children who have no free time and no joy in life. Children need some unstructured play time to allow their creativity and imagination to flourish.

These four time management techniques only touch the surface of ways to eliminate time wasters, reduce stress, and manage your household so that parenting becomes a joyful and nurturing experience for both you and your children. Decreasing stress and upping your joy quotient will rub off on your children too. Also, the value of modeling organized living will carry through to your children’s adulthood and give your grandchildren the best start in life.

Three Simple Ideas for a Small Town Bowling Alley to Increase Profits

Bowling is a sport enjoyed by millions worldwide. Like many businesses in past few years bowling alleys have been hurt by our nation’s economic downturn. It is imperative for small town bowling alley owners and managers to properly market themselves and update their amenities in order to stay profitable. It is not enough for a bowling alley to solely offer bowling. Instead they need to start thinking of themselves as family fun centers if they want to remain current and increase profits. In this article I will offer a few suggestions on what small town bowling alleys can do to attract customers and maintain positive customer relationships. None of the individual recommendations are going to drastically increase a bowling alley’s revenue. However, a blend of all of these should generate significant growth, when operating at optimum level.

1. Selling your lanes

If a center has 15 lanes then there needs to be 15 advertisements from local businesses hanging over the lanes (preferably at the end of the lane). You would be surprised at how many businesses are willing to do this on a yearly basis for a small investment. Here is how this is achieved: Call the institution with which you bank, your accountant, real estate agent, food distributor, and any other business that the bowling alley works with on a routine basis. Tell them that you will give them a year of advertising for a set price of $1000. Out of that $1000 dollars you purchase the signage and net the rest. The reason why the signage is purchased out of that fee is so that the owner can decide the dimensions of the sign. If all 15 lanes have a sign over them, then a center will gross $15,000 before you purchase the signage. All this for doing nothing more than providing people you work with on a daily basis with a place to advertise.

You can also do something on a smaller scale with the ball sweeper. Ball sweepers are located at the end of each lane and they sweep the pins following each roll.

2. Arcades and prizes

In an effort to make the bowling alley more of a family fun center, arcades, redeemable prizes and kid’s birthday party packages are necessary. Kids can burn through tokens very quickly, so including tokens for video games in the package is money for the center. If a bowling alley does not have video games or redeemable prize machines in their center, they need to get them, and quickly. The more you can pack into the center, the more cash the bowling alley will receive. But where can a center go to get video games to put in their center? Video game distributors can provide games, redeemable prize machines, jukeboxes and even ATMs to bowling centers for practically no cost and maintenance free. Once a week, a representative for the distributor counts the money in the machines, token distributor and/or ATMs. Once the money is counted they split the money in half with the bowling alley! For little cost and almost no hassle, the business can attract a lot of people with video games for kids to play either after bowling or during a party. Additionally, games and machines are switched out every few months to add excitement and entice potential players. As a result, the bowling alley takes in a substantial amount of cash with little effort.

3. Night life and adult birthday parties

Alcoholic beverages and bowling go hand and hand. It is rare to see league bowlers not have a beer or two while they are rolling. Yet, why can’t the bowling alley offer a night life to adults? This is especially relevant in small towns where there might be a lack of fun after dark. If space is available, bring in a DJ and clear a spot for a small dance floor and the crowds will come. Offer to do adult birthday parties at night and give the party goers drink specials. Also, adults like to play video games, especially if they are with their friends and having a good time. To make sure responsible drinking is being adhered to the owner and manager may need to provide security to ensure safety and the ability to properly handle a rowdy situation. If this measure is in place, the center will draw the right crowd night after night.

Doing these three things is relatively inexpensive, requires little work, and is ultimately very profitable. Incorporating one of these things into a bowling alley that is not currently doing any of the three will increase revenue. If a center can fold all them of them together then there is huge potential for greater profits.

Exercises Which Will Make You Taller Fast! Do These Before It’s Just Too Late For You

There are many exercises that can help you gain those inches in height and most of them do not require too much effort to start out.

Pay heed to these tips and exercise seriously if you are serious about getting taller.

Stretch your spine. You should do front and side crunches regularly. In addition to flattening your stomach and giving you 6 pack abs, it will also stretch out your spinal column and this will help in increasing your height. Toe touches will also help in a similar manner and these exercises are quite easy to do but only if you do them without any jerks.

Hit the road or make a splash. You should sprint or cycle your way to great heights. Swimming too is an excellent exercise that can help burn away stubborn fat while stretching out your limbs. Sprinting, swimming and cycling will compel you to stretch out your hands and legs, and this will help you to increase your height even while losing fat and becoming fit at the same time.

Defy gravity by hanging from your fingers and ankles. You can also try hanging from your fingers on any horizontal bar in your gym. On the other hand, hanging by your ankles while lying with your head on the lower side on an inclined bench too will help defy gravity and pull your spine and limbs apart safely. These should be done under the supervision of your gym instructor and only for the time specified.

Play games. Games such as tennis, baseball and basketball will require you to twist and stretch out your spine. This will result in your lumbar cartilages stretching out and thus resulting in a taller you. By playing these games regularly you will not only increase your height but also get proficiency in such games and this will help boost your confidence too.

Sports Medals

Medals are awards received in the form of a metallic object that signifies an achievement, commendable work in academic field, superior rank and other such distinguished services. Medals hold high value and are considered prized possessions. They could also be symbolic of honor and victory earned during a particular sporting event.

Many companies manufacture medals that could be customized as per the requirement of a sporting event. They stock large collections of medals that are available in two categories. The first being a generic medal that comes with a recess to hold a colored or metal sporting image in order to customize them to a specific sport. The other category is specific to an individual sport that depicts a sporting scene molded as part of the medal face. Both types are appropriate for engraving on the reverse and are available in gold, silver, and bronze.

The list for sports medals is a comprehensive one. There are medals that could be awarded for several sporting events such as Archery, Baseball, Basketball Bowling, Boxing, Cross Country, Darts, Diving, Field, Hockey, Football, Golf, Gymnastics, Karate, Netball Skiing, Rugby, Soccer,   Swimming , Tennis, Volleyball, Weightlifting, and Wrestling. These medals can be bought from a local sports store or may be ordered through Internet.

Many sports agencies may take orders for manufacturing medals in gold, silver, and bronze. They require you to engrave the copy of a logo on a disc as per choice and send it across to them. The graphic design team of the medal company builds on the given sample and screen-prints the logo on a disk. Appropriate colors are selected to complement the design depending on the sport or event or country. This is then sent out to the workshop where the final medal is prepared. Customers may need to place an order 2 weeks in advance to manufacture a medal. Prices may range anywhere from $7.50 to $15 per medal.

It is fairly simple to purchase medals but quite tough to win one.

11 Best Summer Camp Activities For Kids

Hi friends! Is summer over yet? Nope! In fact where I stay, things are just heating up. But summers mean a break for youngsters, and dealing with tantrums for the parents. So, here comes summer camps, as a relief for both the parents and the little ones. In fact, the activities at the summer camps make the restlessness of the child just vanish. Poof, poof… gone!

Listed below are some activities of summer camps- fun, entertaining and interactive.

  1. Outdoor word games for kids:

This outdoor game is both fun and educational for children. All you need to do is – set up a scrabble games with huge letters, easily moveable. These letters will help spelling out words. This will help children develop an understanding of new words that may come in handy in schools.

  1. Spray painting:

In order to bring out creativity in children, an activity like spray painting is just perfect. Just gather some plain white t-shirts and some cans of color spray paints… Watch the magic begin!

  1. The maze:

A maze may be constructed in a hallway from either toilet paper or from string of papers. One participant is then asked to make his way through the maze within a limited amount of time. Amusing, right?

  1. Art and craft:

From making pencil holders to cards, art and craft ensures that the children stay preoccupied and productive.

  1. Mini Olympics for kids:

These will includes activities like running, cycling, relay race and many more.

  1. Parachute games:

This one is always a hit. A huge parachute is supported by group of 6-7 children who have to balance balls placed on it.

  1. Tug of war game for kids:

Do not confuse this one with the intense version for adults. In this game, a narrow rope (instead of a hard one) is made out of material which doesn’t harm kids. This is a fun physical activity, though a little dangerous.

  1. Leaf crown:

This one involves making crowns out of mere leaves. It can be said to be the best summer camps activities out there. It is totally harm free and kids will love performing it.

  1. Making a compass:

All you require is a ball of water, some pins or needles, foam, cork and a paper… some mixing, taping. And directional compass is ready.

  1. Crayon rubbing art:

Hand them a bunch of crayons and watch the creativity flow out. There is no competition involved in this and kids do it which all their heart. Professional or camp instructors should keep watch because children have a tendency to taste such things.

  1. Stick art:

You can figure out from the name itself, what this is all about. Matchsticks can be creatively used to make beautiful designs. By arranging them in different patterns, children can make their imagination more cool and artistic.

Apart from the above, there are a number of water activities also, which are even more exciting!

At camps, children learn and adapt the ability to do things on their own. They learn as they play, meet new people, and a lot more.