Children like to be amazed and discovering new things, countries, animals, etc. never gets boring. We love exploring as a family and encourage our children to enjoy and learn about the wonderful country they live in but also inspire them to have an interest in other countries as well. This does make it a little hard when we don’t jet set around the world but imaginative play is great for this.
Little Passports review
The travel bug is strong in some people from a young age, I was one and so are my children. Little Passports have obviously seen a market for this desire of global adventures and is now inspiring kids to learn about the world without having to leave the home, through a range of monthly subscriptions.
There are three Little Passport subscription packages available; one to suit each age group. Early explorers is ideal for ages 3-5 and encourage kids to explore a new world theme every month – animals, music and more.
Word Edition is designed for ages 6-10 and allow them to discover new countries each month with fun souvenirs and activities. This is the one my boys use and they absolutely love it!
The USA Edition is intended for ages 7-12 and is jam packed with activities, journals and the knowledge of all 50 states.
In the first month of the World Edition subscription; children will get everything they need to get started. A Little Passports signature blue suitcase, a passport, wall-sized world map, a welcome letter from new pen pals Sam & Sofia, stickers, photo and activity sheet and access to online games in the Boarding Zone.
In additional months, a new country is featured and kids receive – letters from Sam & Sofia, fun souvenirs, activity sheets, stickers for your suitcase, passport & map, photos and access to Boarding Zone for more online games.
With the choice of three subscription plans, there is a plan to suit every budget. Choose from monthly at $12.95 per month, 6 month at $13.95 per month or the 12 month which offers the best value at $11.95 per month.
My boys have enjoyed discovering, learning and putting together their travel wish list. With so much fun and education packed into every month, your child will become a world travel expert without even leaving the home. Click over to Little Passports for more information.
Leave a comment below with where you wanted to travel as a kid or where you would like to go now.
Disclosure: I received one month subscription for the purpose of this review. All opinions are my own (or my children).