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Something important in our house is our kids learning about the world. We want them to become curious about other places without us spending thousands of dollars on plane tickets to the actual places. That’s why I love Little Passports.
The goal of Little Passports is to help parents raise a new generation of global citizens. Each month, kids ages 3-12 receive a package filled with letters, souvenirs, activity sheets, games, maps, stickers, photos and more. Your kids are going to have so much fun with the content they receive in each package that it will hopefully inspire a lifelong love of learning.
We received a sample at Christmas and my 10-year-olds loved it! I loved that not only does this program teach them geography, but also sociology. They enjoyed reading about the different states but one of their favorite items included was the disposable camera!
Pick the plan that works best for your child’s age. Little Passports offers a subscription for three different age groups:
Early Explorers Preschool Edition: Travel the World with Max, Mia and their dog Toby As They Explore a New World Theme Every Month (Recommended Age: 3-5 years)
World Edition: Join Sam and Sofia as They Travel to a New Country Every Month (Recommended Age: 5-10 years)
USA Edition: Travel with Sam and Sofia as They Visit Two New States Every Month (Recommended Age: 7-12 years)
Little Passports is a 2013 National Parenting Publication Award Winner and a Parent Tested Parent Approved product. The company was founded 6 years ago by two moms, Stella Ma and Amy Norman.
(2) Southern Savers readers will each win a 6 month Little Passports subscription.
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