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Sunday, October 12, 2014

Give Them the World with Little Passports

I received this product for the purpose of this review. All opinions states are my own and may differ from yours.
The excitement of holiday gift giving doesn't have to end with the last unwrapped package! Why not treat your little ones to a trip around the USA or around the world this holiday season. Beginning with a box full of expedition materials, Little Passports will take your children on a learning adventure to two new states (USA edition) or a new country (World edition) every month, in which they travel along with Sam and Sofia, exploring cultures and gathering important geographic knowledge along the way. Whether you sign up for a month-to-month plan or a year subscription, your kids will love to run to the mailbox to see where Little Passports will take them on this month's journey! Simply sign up for a monthly plan ($11.95/month) or a one year subscription ($10.95/month) and let the adventure begin!
Here's just a peek at what the Little Passports World edition can bring to your door:

  • Travel suitcase and letter from globetrotting characters Sam and Sofia
  • World wall map
  • Fun stickers, an activity sheet, and access to online games…and so much more!
My seven-year-old son was sent the explorer kit to try out the subscription service. This is a little weird to review. When you sign up for the Little Passports subscription service, you typically sign up for multiple months. We had one. You get the kit as prep for future kits, as you track your travels on the map and get stamps in passport. On its own, without a second month, it is a little odd to stand on its own.
The suitcase is cute. Everything fits into it nicely. The map has made its way onto the wall and the passport has a picture inside and a desire for stamps from countries he's already been in. I see it as a great intro to the service and a way for your child to wait for the next one, and then the next one, and so on. Would love to see the reaction from a "travel" month and how Sam and Sofia's story fits in. It looks like a great subscription service to try, if you want to teach your child about geography.

Be sure to check out the Little Passports World Edition if you want to try it out.

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