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Little Passports Review and Giveaway

Calling all HOME-SCHOOL FAMILIES!!  This is not just for home-school families but while reviewing it all I could think about was how great this product would be as part of geography class.  

So what is Little Passports?  

Sign up for one or both of our subscriptions and follow Sam and Sofia on their exciting adventures around the USA and the world. Inspire a love and understanding of the world as your child learns about a geography, history, culture, and language in a fun and memorable way. We offer two subscription packages:
Choose Your Subscription Plan & Duration

We offer several different subscription plans depending on what works best for you. Sign-up for the convenience of our month-to-month plan or sign-up for a set number of months upfront. If you decide to sign-up or gift a set number of months upfront, you can also renew your subscription so your child doesn’t miss out on any adventures.
Enjoy Monthly Adventures
Watch as your children race to the mailbox every month to learn about Sam and Sofia’s latest destinations. Monthly packages arrive filled with lots of goodies and access to online games and activities. 

My Review: 
Thank-you Little Passports for sending me the first month subscription to the World Edition.  All opinions are 100% mine and I was not paid for this review.  

When a big box comes in the mail addressed to my children you can bet there is going to be jumping up and down and excitment to find out what the unknown in the box may be.  :) My kids were very excited that a package came addressed to them.  

My daughter is 5 and my son is near 2 and even at different age levels we were able to have fun with this first month of the World Edition.  The little suitcase was adorable and my son and daughter kept taking turns with the it.  

The first month was more of an introductory month introducing Sam and Sofia.  I think every month after that would be fun to see where Sam and Sofia traveled which could then be tied in to some geography and history lessons geared at the appropriate age level of your children.  

On the Little Passports website they have a section called the "Boarding Pass" and in that area that have lots of games for people who have subscriptions.  This added tool is a favorite for little kids!  :) 

My daughter also loved the big map that came with our first month.  She is very interested in knowing where we live and where we have traveled.  Even at the young age of 5 she is interested and intrigued with our small but big world.  :) 

On of my daughters favorite features is the stickers that come each month.  They send two, one for the child to use how ever and the other to put on the suitcase.  :)  Eventually the suitcase will be covered in stickers from all the travels.  It would be a fun way to review by pointing to the stickers.  :) 

The kit we got was geared at ages 5-10 years. 

The only thing that would make this company even neater is if they had a subscription that would walk you through Jesus' ministry!  :)  How neat would that be to help teach more about Jesus, where he was born, where they moved, where he traveled.  :)  THAT WOULD BE AWESOME! 

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How much is a subscription? 

  • 3-Month Plan
    (One-time payment of $41.85)
    • Explorer Kit
    • 2 Adventure-Filled Countries
  • 6-Month Plan
    (One-time payment of $83.70)
    • Explorer Kit
    • 5 Adventure-Filled Countries

  • 12-Month Plan
    (One-time payment of $131.40)
    • Explorer Kit
    • 11 Adventure-Filled Countries
  • Monthly Plan
    (Billed monthly. Cancel anytime.)
    • Explorer Kit
    • 23 Adventure-Filled Countries


ReneeK said…
Explore the world is fun. Let it be hands on with lots of visual stuff.
Emi said…
I take them on vacation to the countries - we have already been to Canada. Also many big cities have ethnic areas like a Chinatown or Japantown.
Miranda said…
I like to make international food
Danielle Porter said…
The old school Geo Safari!
tranch said…
We have an international night, eating food from differnt parts of the world and talk about the place. tam.c
Maria K said…
We like to read about different places and look at pictures.
Lisa M said…
We get lots of books from the library and have world maps and atlas at the house

Bud L
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Unknown said…
I entered the Sweet Andys giveaway too.

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