Unlike most adults, race, color, ethnicity, and origin does not matter a lot to kids. It is society that has taught them that there are differences between us.
As a result, many of our children have become quite aware of the differences we have when it comes to ethnicity and race. But there is one place kids can get together in one place with only one goal in mind – fun. At summer camp, kids see each other simply as human beings, setting aside any differences.
These programs welcome kids of all races and places to gather, learn and have fun together. Activities at camp are very interactive and differences are inconsequential.
Campers from Different Parts of the Country and World
Most summer camps welcome children from all over the globe. Kids are able to meet kids from other places and are able to talk to kids they have not seen before. This arrangement exposes your child to kids with different color, different likes and dislikes, food preference, skills and abilities. This experience is healthy for all parties involved.
Games and Activities at Summer Camp that Create Solid Bonds
The highlight of summer camps are always the fun games for the kids. These activities are not only for enjoyment, they are all designed to bridge kids and form a bond between them. Every year at summer camp, kids are able to gather a new set of friends and they stay in touch even after camp ends. Because of the fun they are having, kids learn to play beyond their differences and they learn to trust and support each other.
Learning and Appreciating Different Cultures
Summer camps often promote activities that involve presenting and showcasing different cultural traditions and beliefs in an environment that is open and non-judgmental. Activities like this celebrate cultural diversity and it show kids that it is wonderful to be different from each other. This kind of activity usually produces children that grow up to be kind and caring people that connect well to the community.
Education That is Focused on Respect and Understanding
More than the fun kids experience at camp, they also learn respect and understanding. Kids in at summer camp learn to respect and obey their parents, love and understand their friends, embrace responsibility, and best of all, love for all mankind, especially for those different from them.
Summer camps are a healthy environment for every child. Kids get to learn so many things they can’t learn in school or even at home. Summer camps are a good way to train kids to live wonderfully in this culturally diversified world.