WORLD TOUR CAMP
Build Confidence & Friendships
The Word Tour Camps allow participants to journey around the world without leaving Omaha and exposes them toa global education academic enrichment activities. Children live through a fun filled memorable 1 or 5 day journey in Omaha. Each day is spent immersed in a foreign country’s culture, food, music, games, sports, history, politics, and current challenges.
Campers develop global competencies and STEAM (Science Technology, Engineering, Art & Mathematics) skills, while striving to improve their skills, wellness and academic excellence.
Breakfast is served according the country's culinary offerings.
We learn basic vocabulary to help us travel to the country and make good friends.
We learn proper etiquette to improve our cross cultural communication skills and avoid unnecessary misunderstandings.
We learn or play a major sports, dance or outdoor games considered to be very popular in the country.
Lunch is served according the country's culinary offerings. Local Culinary Experts and Chefs visit us.
We study various fields of social science and the humanities, including history, geography, and political science. Specifics depend on age groups.
Exploring Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math concept we analyze the science behind the country's most popular landmarks and dishes; or we build solutions that address major issues in the country.
Parents pick up the children.
WHAT DOES A DAY ON OUR WORLD TOUR LOOK LIKE?
“The U.S. Department of Education’s (ED) International Strategy lays out its commitment to prepare all U.S. students to succeed globally through international education and engagement. Today, more than ever, our students need to be equipped with the critical thinking, communications, socio-emotional and language skills to work collaboratively with their counterparts in the United States and all over the world. Understanding and appreciating other parts of the world, different religions, cultures, and points of view are essential elements of global and cultural competence.”