Chilean culture contains a vibrant mixture of indigenous and European influences. When traveling Chile with kids, you’ll have the chance to partake in some of these cultural celebrations firsthand. Whether enjoying delectable barbecue at an asado or trying your hand at the country’s national dance, cueca. Just remember to bring your white handkerchief!
Teaching kids geography can be a fun adventure with innovative map activities for kids. Read on for three creative ideas to get curious kids interested in world map activities.
Family culture is the collection of habits, traditions, practices, and values that define a family. How do we make a travel mindset integral to our family culture definition? Let’s explore some effective ways to bring the spirit of exploration into our family’s culture through shared experiences and traditions.
Geography activities and crafts for kids allow them to learn more about the origin of certain languages and cultures. And it piques global curiosity that might just inspire a future family trip. Check out these five cool geography activities and crafts for kids and then start creating.
The experience of growing up has changed dramatically over the past decade. For many children in the Digital Age, childhood has become less about catching insects and making mud pies and more about television and tablets. Children today spend unprecedented amounts of time indoors, and the consequences aren’t good. Why? Because children need nature. Fortunately, here are five surefire ways to get your kids outside having fun.
Raising good global citizens comes with a parenting paradox: encouraging kids to grow strong wings and deep roots. We want to foster a deep-seated sense of security and strength in our children while still allowing them to fearlessly explore the world. Here are a few thoughts…
When it comes to family travel, few destinations outperform Costa Rica. A land of abundant biodiversity and plenty of adventure, it also boasts a rich culture centered around the laid-back “pura vida” lifestyle.
The second largest festival in South America, people from all over the world gather in Peru to watch the Inti Raymi on June 24th. The celebration takes place in the heart of the former Incan Empire, the Sacred Valley and is filled with pageantry, color, and dramatic theatrical depictions.
A land of geographical extremes and diverse cultures, Morocco has captured our imagination. And we know it’ll inspire your family, too. Moroccan culture is rich with beautiful tales that underscore a storytelling tradition thousands of years in the making. This colorful nation has also inspired …
Ready to get your kids’ summer break started off right? Check out these fun ocean-themed crafts for global kids.