Teach Culture to Kids with Global Travel
Teach Culture to Kids with Global Travel
We are truly a global world.
Learning how the world works is a great way to prepare children for the future. Understanding other cultures in the world is the best way to understand how best to communicate with others. Cultural understanding is the wave of the future.
Teach culture to your kids for their success in our global world.
One click of the mouse and kids be connected by photos and news to almost any location on the planet. A quick plane trip has us melting together from all over the world. Being able to thrive with a variety of cultures is crucial to a happy and productive life for our children.
Teach Culture to Kids For These Benefits!
Teach culture to teach kids empathy
Seeing new places, people, and routines make it easier for a child to see things from a different perspective.
Teach kids how to avoid conflict by giving them an understanding of other cultures. Teaching kids how to be on the same wavelength with others leads to sharing of information and ideas. Sharing ideas cut down on misunderstandings. The world could certainly use that!
Traveling with your family and including the kids paves the way for them to be at the forefront of a greater world.
Teach culture to teach open-mindedness
We live in a world of racism and bias. Sadly there is too much judgment.
Helping kids learn about new cultures helps them understand our global neighbors. This leads to children having an open mind. When children realize how much alike we really are, the gateway to the continued flow of information, art, music, food, and all the good things in life increases.
Cut down on the bias in the world by encouraging children to learn about others and keep an open mind. You can teach cultural awareness – whether you are the Sunday School teacher at church, the teacher at the school, or the parent.
We can all play a part in teaching about other cultures. Traveling helps children and family create a spirit of open-mindedness for the whole family.
Teach culture to learn to appreciate differences
The world would be dull indeed if you had to eat the same exact meal at the same exact time for the rest of your life. So it is with art, literature, movies and business practices, etc, too.
Teach a child to enjoy and appreciate the differences. Help them see the joys of the world like pain au chocolate from France, dim sum from China, and spaghetti sauce from Italy.
What will your child’s favorite traveling experience be?
Teach culture to prepare for the future
Work of some sort is in the future for every child being raised today and as the world shrinks because of technology, being aware of cultural differences can really give your child have an edge in the future.
Culture appreciation could translate into rising up the career ladder faster or simply being happier because conflicts are decreased or BOTH. Really a win/win!
Help your child prepare for the future by showing them the world with family travel.
Teach culture to increase cultural intelligence
The concept of intelligence has changed in recent years and now includes additional categories such as emotional intelligence and cultural intelligence (CI).
Cultural intelligence is a person’s ability to adapt and interact with others from different cultural regions.
Read more about cultural intelligence here. Travel is a great way to help your kids with this category of intelligence.
Show them the world when you travel as a family.
Travel as a family and have fun showing your child the world and other cultures up close and personal!
Happy cultural travels with your family,
Natalie, The Educational Tourist
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