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Little Passports {Review}

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We received this product at no cost in exchange for our honest review. All opinions expressed are solely mine.



Traveling the world for your kids can be as simple as taking a quick walk out to your mailbox with Little Passports. We received the starter kit from the company to review and our kids were THRILLED when the box was opened up and they pulled out a little suitcase filled with goodies.

What to Expect

Little Passports sends a monthly explorer kit addressed to your children so they can follow the global adventures of Sam and Sofia who are able to travel the world using a magical scooter. In the starter suitcase, your children receive a letter from Sam and Sofia introducing themselves, along with a large world map, a passport, some stickers, an activity sheet, and access to some online games and activities.

Each month after, your children will receive a package from Sam and Sofia in the mail filled with souvenirs from the country they are visiting that include: a letter from Sam and Sofia, a passport stamp, crafts, cds, fun projects, a photo from the country, and other appropriate items. The suitcase received in the starter kit is great for storing the country packs that you receive with your subscription.

In the first six months of their travels, Sam and Sofia visit Brazil, Japan, France, Egypt and Australia. They then continue on to China, Mexico, Argentina, Germany, and India.

Subscriptions to Little Passports

Little Passports is recommended for children ages 5-10 and is $10.95 a month {that includes shipping} and you can cancel at any time. Part of the subscription proceeds are donated to SOS Children’s Villages and the Ubuntu Education Fund to help children around the world ~ a great little bonus to your subscription.

If you are looking for a fun way to introduce geography to your kids, be sure to check out Little Passports. It would be a great way to learn more about the world around you ~ from the comfort of your living room.


Disclosure note: I was given this product to review,
and I do not have to return the product to the vendor. I was not paid for this post.
All opinions expressed in this post are mine.

This post may contain affiliate or advertiser links. Read my full disclosure policy .

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