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Special needs participants are welcome, however please inform us beforehand through email or phone and we will recommend suitable themes and age groups.
For cancellations: Please email email@example.com within 15 days of camp to receive a full refund. 50% refunds will be provided for later cancellations. For Camp Moving: Participants are allowed to move the camp attendance once (1) camp date. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to notify us our staff of the move and preferred camp attendance date. Camp
We are aware of each child's unique development and learning process, while some children that may have never attended school will be excited and fine being on their own, some may find it a little more difficult. We recommend showing pictures of the camp and telling your child what will happen, and when you will
1. A hat or cap for outdoor activities 2. A Backpack for personal belongings and snacks from home. (Backpacks will be placed in the room and will not be carried around in the camp) 3. Rubber clogs (such as Crocs, Native) or sneakers. We recommend rubber clogs, as they dry fast and can be easily
We are glad to see your enthusiasm and wanting to spend this experience with your child, however, the camp has been designed for children only. It will be beneficial for children to learn how to be in new and natural environments on their own.
The camp is a re-purposed fruit farm and has been built to accommodate learning both inside and outside the classroom. The homeroom is a base of operations when teams gather up and participate in craft and group activities. The 4-rai natural space consists of grass, sand, and bodies of water. Between the trees are natural
Taitonmai is located in Bangmod, near Rama II Rd. The area is close to the gulf of Thailand, and is set in the Bangmod canal community - where local fishermen, craftsmen, Buddhist and Muslim communities live together.
The teaching team consist of psychologists, educators, and designers. For more information about the teachers please visit "About Us." The camp lead teachers are: Pimpanit Condee PhD Niyata Limpiti Sangaroon Cheamsawat Jitt Kasemsri
After morning introductions, children will be divided into small teams led by facilitators at a ratio of no less than 1:5. Our facilitators consist of developmental psychology graduates, music school graduates, and education school graduates from Kasetsart University, Chulalongkorn University, Mahidol University, and King Mongkutt University.