These seasick pills are a fun way to welcome your young women to girls camp with a little treat and a way to let them know it’s okay to miss home but that they’re going to have a great time at camp!
Last year our young women’s camp theme was HMS: Marvelous Work and A Wonder to go along with the Embark (like you embark on a boat) in the service of God youth scripture for the year. One of the fun things that I put together before camp to give to the young women at check-in was these seasick pills. This isn’t an original idea, but it was still a fun one. I remember getting homesick pills when I was a young women back at the day during our heart attack themed camp and thought the girls would enjoy it as much as I did.
And they did.
I’ve created free printable labels that you can use to do something similar for your young women at camp or even for a come follow me lesson handout. All I did was print out the labels on full-sheet labels then cut them to the size of empty prescription bottles. I ended up ordering mine from Gold Star International but these empty prescription bottles from Amazon were a close second choice and would have been the winner if I didn’t want blue to match our theme colors. These ones would work great! Wrap the labels around the bottles, fill with some sort of candy (I ordered these in bulk) that won’t melt, and pop that lid back on.
You can download the free printables by clicking here or on the image below. Because I assumed that you were going to edit the label, I created a version that only has one label. Once you’ve edited it to fit your purposes, just copy and paste across the rest of the page. If you’re having problems getting the file to edit or print, email me and I’m happy to help you either troubleshoot or recreate the label with what you’d like it to say.
Not ready to print these now? Pin the image below to save for later! You can also check out all of these other great girls camp ideas I have on my blog or head over to my girls camp Pinterest board, dedicated just to fun ideas for camp!