Started in 2005, Footprints of the Mind is dedicated to changing children's lives by providing a dynamic environment to learn geography and develop lifelong cultural awareness, love for travel, and an indispensable global outlook.
Its Wander Our World app won a coveted Parents’ Choice Foundation Spring 2012 Mobile App Award and its workshop-based Geography Enrichment program has been growing as more schools request it as part of their curriculums.
Travel on Tuesday, a subscription- based website for families that want to raise global awareness at home. Featuring Travel KITs with information and crafts related to specific countries.
William Wanders is an interactive website that incorporates maps, photos, music and other tools to engage your child with an interest in learning. In addition, it provides a fun, safe and inviting environment on the internet where kids can go at their own pace and parents can begin to share their love of travel with their children.
Where else can you construct 21 countries from recycled material during our Celebrate Earth Day workshop and have it displayed at a local library for all to see?
Imaginations and creativity were in full motion during our Map Competition workshop. Six of our students were represented as semi-finalists and one was a national finalist for the Petchenik International Children’s Map Competition.
Our World Oceans Day workshop (pictured) taught us each how to protect our oceans. The fun was not complete until our dive instructor shared with us diving techniques and stories about his dive adventures.
Young Architects and City Planners Wanted! Ever wondered what your “green” friendly city would look like? Wander Our World wants you to bring your imagination and help us to create an Earth friendly cityscape out of recycled materials! Creativity and vision a plus. Upcycling geniuses invited!
Date: Friday, April 24, 2015
Time: 6:00 PM– 8:30 PM
Cost: $20/child Ages: 4-12
Location: Olympia Park Fieldhouse, 6566 N. Avondale, Chicago, IL 60631