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Banner Day Camp is the premier day camp on Chicago’s North Shore serving Chicago and the northern suburbs. Banner is a safe place for campers ages 3-12 to grow to their fullest potential. The expansive grounds, set in a shady oak forest, are designed by experts to promote skill development and imagination within a nurturing, traditional camp environment.  Banner offers age appropriate challenges so campers gain confidence and independence while making friends and having a great time. A ratio of approximately three campers per counselor ensures that their highly trained and experienced staff members meet the individualized needs of each camper. Banner Day Camp is in session from June 22-August 14, 2015. For more information regarding dates, tuition and general information for summer 2015, visit www.bannerdaycamp.com or call (847) 295-4900.

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Summer camp is more than just fun! A great day camp teaches children life skills in a safe, fun and loving place. A well-run day camp provides campers with a host of emotional, social and physical benefits, as well as myriad experiences and opportunities that they might otherwise not have. By forming a bridge between school years, camp allows children to continue learning and growing in new and exciting ways.

While at camp, children find themsel...

Posted on May 17, 2016 at 2:32 PM by Lani Gerszonovicz

Skills Learned at Camp Prepare Children for School


As summer winds down, families adapt to another school year. During this time of anticipation and preparation, parents may enjoy taking a moment to reflect on the growth and development that has occurred in their children over the summer. For children who have attended a great camp, parents notice a multitude of skills learned over the summer.  Camp becomes a bridge between school years that keeps children on the path of learning and paves the way for success.

Campers develop a g...

Posted on September 04, 2014 at 5:00 AM by Lani Gerszonovicz