4 Ways To Teach Your Kids About The World Without Leaving Home

Do you want to travel around the world with your children and find yourself limited by financial, school holidays, illness or family environmental impact? Although you may struggle to fully reproduce the incredible travel experience, there are many ways you can introduce your child to the world without even leaving home. As Marcel Proust puts it, “The real journey of discovery is not about finding a new landscape, but about having a new perspective.” With these ideas, family adventures at home can be done without Generate a carbon footprint.

1.Read Fact Book and Atlas
From Dr. Seuss to Percy Jackson, Harry Potter, and more, novels are a great way to take children to faraway places. But there is nothing better than a really good atlas or fact book in terms of understanding the world properly. Thankfully, any decent bookstore has a large number of exquisite illustrations, carefully researched and carefully designed children’s non-fiction books about our beautiful world.

We are here not only talking about our own “Lonely Planet Children” series. Keep younger children busy with Uspen’s “Lifting Flap Picture Collection”, while older children like to learn the children’s version of “The Prisoner of Geography” to learn how geography has shaped the political world. Maps are another precious place, with detailed cultural information pages overlaying regional maps. If you are looking for more ideas, ytravelblog’s family travel blog will provide 12 suggestions for kids’ maps.

2.Be cunning and creative
Toddlers explore new lands on a cardboard boat, young children make landmarks with plasticine, wooden blocks or Lego blocks, and teens and teens make laser-cut models or 3D puzzles from the toolbox; whatever you No matter how old the children are, there are ways to create fun together, which can make them understand the world better. To get you started, our Cardboard Box Creations manual offers many ideas for modeling trash, and the Brick City series shows you how to make landmarks in New York, London, and Paris from Lego. You can even build your own history museum or Dinosaur Museum.

Both Lego’s Architecture series and CubicFun’s 3D models are popular with older kids-combining them together is a great way to combine with more and more independent tweens or teens. If you want to keep things simple, ask kids to make their own maps or draw landmarks. For the entire family, coloring the world map on a doodle pillowcase is an amazing educational and thought activity.

3.Take a cooking tour
Is there a better way to learn about another culture than through food? If you can’t experience these new flavors directly, bring them into your own kitchen. Using children’s recipes, such as The Around The World Cookbook, or following the BBC show My World Kitchen, children from different countries show you how to make typical dishes.

Turn your kitchen into a local cafe or street snack hut, including menus (and prices in local currencies), music, and appropriate cutlery and crockery to make it even more fun. Start with a gingham tablecloth, some croissants and a creamy chocolate flavoured soup, take you to Paris, then start making sushi, mastering chopsticks, and a little more eating experience in Japan, starting with simple.Dancing children’s music from all over the world
Play some music from around the world and dance. Fortunately, we only have one playlist to get your family started their global music tour. You can also choose the countries you want to visit and use some YouTube inspiration to teach yourself to dance.

4.Try language apps and online quizzes
With apps and games, you can learn many opportunities while having fun. Suggest stacked countries or stacked countries, world flags, animal quizzes, Duolingo (for language learning), DimDomWorld maps, we didn’t even start virtual reality. The world of online learning is endless, just make sure you spend some time with your kids on your device to know what they are doing.