Aug 28, 2013

Little Passports: A Global Adventure ~ The Fun, Unique and Exciting way to get kids to learn Geography



Little Passports is your child’s ticket to an exciting global adventure. Inspire a love and understanding of the world as your child learns about a country’s geography, history and culture in a fun and memorable way.
You child or children will follow Sam and Sofia on their exciting adventures around the USA and the world.  You can choose from the USA edition or the World Edition.

In USA Edition - Sam and Sofia will travel around to new states every month. 
In the World Edition, Sam and Sofia travel to a new country every month.



My Review:
I was given a choice between trying the USA or World Edition of Little Passports for my review.  I chose the World Edition and I am very happy with it! 

The very first month my children received an adorable blue suitcase in the mail.  Inside was a passport book, stickers of Sam and Sofia, and World map, a luggage tag/boarding pass to hang on the suitcase and a letter from Sam and Sofia explaining about their magical scooter which takes them on adventures. 

Then each month after a package arrives with Sam and Sofia's latest Country they have visited.  Included is a letter with activities to do about the country, a boarding pass with a code to access the online games on the Little Passports website, a craft or activity from that country and a fun souvenir.  Along with all that is a postcard with a photo of Sam and Sofia somewhere fun in that country of the month.

This past month was super exciting for my kids.  Their best friends (and mine) moved to Japan 2 years ago with work.  They came back this summer for a visit and we had a sleepover party with the kids the day our Little Passports package arrived.  You'll never guess what country it was about!!  Japan!  Inside was and oragami package, a sushi eraser puzzle and fun facts about Mt. Fuji and Tsukiji, Japan where the largest fish market in the world is.  My daughter Allison had special help from her BFF filling out the fun activity questions since her BFF knew most of the answers! 

My girls love getting their Little Passports package each month in the mail.  My son feels that he is too old (he just turned 12), but I still find him listening when the girls are reading their letter each month.
I love knowing that my children are not only learning but having fun while learning.  Each month has new hands-on activities as well as online activities that they can do to learn more about each country.

You can find out more and see a sample of the monthly adventures HERE
And right now you can even get your first month for 40% OFF!

There are a variety of packages you can choose from ~ You can do monthly, 3 month, 6 month and 12 month for both the USA and World Editions.  Subscriptions are as low as only $11.95 per month!

This makes a wonderful gift that children can enjoy the whole year!  With the holidays coming soon, consider a gift that keeps on giving.  With Little Passports your child, grandchild, niece or nephew will get a new gift to enjoy every month!

If you start a 6 or 12 month subscription between 8/27-8/31, you can get free shipping on your order if you use the code SHIPFREE, which is a $15-$20 savings depending on the plan you purchase! (If you live in Canada, you qualify for free shipping too. How cool is that??)  Just click my affiliate link to claim your free shipping! ~ Little Passports Free Shipping with code: SHIPFREE from 8/27-8/31


Enter below for a chance to WIN a FREE 3 Month Subscription to Little Passports: A Global Adventure - winner gets to choose either USA Edition or World Edition - Open to US only 18+ 



I received free 3 month subscription to the World Edition of Little Passports in exchange for this review. I am also an affiliate with Little Passports and have posted my affiliate link in this post. Regardless ~ All my reviews are my honest and personal opinion and are not influenced nor reviewed by the sponsor prior to posting.For more info, see my FTC disclosure or Review Policy.

3 comments:

  1. I'd chose USA version for my niece.

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  2. I would pick the USA version for my son.

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  3. I would choose the USA Edition for my friend.

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