Southern Mom Loves: Little Passports: Teach Your Kids About The World Around Them! {Review}

Little Passports: Teach Your Kids About The World Around Them! {Review}

Monday, August 11, 2014

I received a free World Edition Explorer Kit from Little Passports in order to facilitate an honest review. This post contains affiliate links. All opinions are my own.

Little Passports is a San Francisco-based company founded by two moms wanting to design an inspiring and fun way for kids to learn about other countries and the 50 states. They developed the idea of monthly travel packages, including letters, souvenirs, activities and online games that teach kids about the world around them.


1. Sign-up for a Subscription Package

Sign up for the World Edition or USA Edition (or both) 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 geography, history, culture, and language in a fun and memorable way.
  • World Edition: Join Sam and Sofia as they travel to a new country every month.
  • USA Edition: Travel with Sam and Sofia as they visit two new states every month.

2. Choose Your Subscription Plan & Duration

They offer several different subscription plans depending on what works best for you. Sign-up for the convenience of the 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.

3. 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.

I received a World Edition subscription box to review.

About the World Edition:
Every month, follow our characters Sam and Sofia as they embark on a new country adventure. Your first month’s Explorer Kit arrives in a suitcase and contains everything your child needs to get started: a letter from Sam and Sofia, a map, a passport, stickers, access to online games and more. Country specific packages filled with fun souvenirs, letters, stickers, photos, activity sheets and more arrive every month thereafter. 
Recommended age 5 to 10 years old.

Our first World Edition box came packed with items designed to get to know Sam and Sophia and give a glimpse of what's coming in subsequent months. The suitcase is the cutest and will be great for keeping our shipments tidy and in one place.

There was a letter from Sam, a postcard, stickers, a passport for future country stamps, a Boarding Pass with your unique code to get access to fun online games, an activity sheet, and a huge map to track your adventures, all in an adorable little travel case.

My daughter was so excited when she saw it! She grabbed the letter and read it through, then explored each item in the box.

When she opened the map, she gasped and ran to show her brother. I think she might be as taken with maps as I am. ;)

She is 7, so she's just at the age that she can start to explore the shipments on her own. She had a blast doing the activities and games, and also figuring out where to put her stickers. What really surprised me though is that she loved the letter. She got really excited about it and read through the story like it was her favorite book (no spoilers, but there is something fantastical going on!) She refers to the characters by name (It's from Sam and Sophia!), and can't wait to get another shipment. 

It was fun watching her get so excited about something that's also educational (and affordable too!); I have to give it an A++!

You can get the shipments on a month by month basis: Little Passports World Edition: 1 month at $11.95/month, or you can opt for a whole year at once and get great savings: Little Passports World Edition: 1 year at $10.95/month.

I hope you have as much fun as we did!

Would you rather have the World Edition or the USA Edition for your Little?

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