Saturday, November 10, 2012

TRM's Christmas Gift Guide :: Monthly Global Adventures for Kids with Little Passports! {Giveaway Ends 11/23}



Kids LOVE getting stuff in the mail. With the great popularity of monthly subscription boxes, it's great to see so many options for the kiddos too. This next gift idea is not only fun and exciting, but educational too.

Little Passports is an award-winning monthly subscription service for kids that takes them on a traveling adventure with a new box mailed to your door each month. Choose the World Edition for kids age 5-10, or the brand new USA Edition for kids age 7-12. Your kids will travel along with fictional characters Sam and Sofia and learn geography, history, culture, and language through fun activities in each box, and online activities too. The first box at the start of your subscription is your Explorer Kit, which is what I received. Beyond that, each month the World Edition features a new country and the USA Edition features 2 new states.  
Here's the darling Explorer Kit we received for the World Edition. Since Buddy is a bit young for Little Passports at 3 1/2, the suitcase quickly became his favorite part! He's confiscated it already to store some toys and wants to use it as a lunchbox for a picnic (he's so cute). I fully expected that to happen since the World Edition would be better suited when he's 5 and able to actually participate as intended. However, he does love looking at maps though so we've been pulling out the World Wall Map and discussing many concepts about the world with him which he loves.
 
Contents of the Explorer Kit:
  • Fun travel suitcase with an introductory letter from Sam and Sofia
  • World wall map
  • Travel passport
  • Fun stickers
  • Activity sheet
  • Access to online games and activities with our boarding pass
Little Passports is a well thought out concept that gets kids interested in the world around them. Each month after the Explorer Kit includes an adventure letter from Sam and Sofia, fun souvenirs, stickers for the suitcase, passport and map, activity sheets, photos, and boarding passes to gain access to more online games and activities each month. By learning about a new country each month it's an excellent opportunity to start a conversation about the way other people live around the world. By also using the World Wall Map from the Explorer Kit your kids can get a visual grasp on who/what/where of each country. I also think Little Passports is a great way to keep your kids' minds active and engaged, especially during summer and school breaks.

Since I had the privilege of traveling around Europe for 3 months in college, I understand and appreciate the immense value of teaching children about the world and cultures different from our own. I "grew up" in a sense and the experiences I had are ones that will stick with me forever. Little Passports gives kids a passageway to experience new places, discover new cultures and appreciate the world around them without the expensive, exhausting travel involved! 

 Little Passports is the gift that keeps on giving since a new box arrives each month. Inspire your kids to travel and explore their world! Subscribe today to get the Explorer Kit in time for Christmas morning and get your kids excited to learn about a new place each month!

Price: Choose from a month-to-month subscription plan or pay up front for longer subscription for your child or as a gift. Pricing is as low as just $10.95 per month, so Little Passports is definitely affordable!
 
Buy It: Check out LittlePassports.com to start your subscription!
 
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Disclosure: I received the above mentioned product(s) to facilitate this review for free. No other compensation was received. This is my completely honest opinion above and may be different from yours. This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook.

11 comments:

barnold barnes said...

I'd like the world edition

Lori Thomas said...

World Edition for my lil guy

aperry said...

I'd like the world edition

Kimberly said...

I like the US Edition
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Anonymous said...

I would like the world edition
Melanie S

lisa said...

world edition

DeniseL said...

I'd like the World Edition!

Jim Lipscomb said...

I like the world edition

charychild said...

I think we'd like the world edition best!

Debby said...

I like the USA edition!

Anonymous said...

the USA edition
Debra Sauvageau
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