Little Passports

     While I was getting my first stamps on my own passport, my 8 year old son Joseph got to try out Little Passports at home. Though my kids are used to packages arriving in the mail, this one had a unique and exciting feature on the outside of the box.

It arrived with Joseph's name--just for him!

     His Explorer kit contained a world map, activity sheets, passport, stickers, and more all contained in a suitcase. As a mom working on organization, the suitcase that will continue to hold each monthly subscription is one of my favorite features. 

     Little Passports is designed as a monthly subscription that comes in the mail to your child. You can choose the world edition or the USA edition for their hands on geography lessons and have several billing and package options. We started with the World Edition as it complements our studies of countries this year. Joseph will travel with Sam and Sophia (the characters in the included activities) to a new country every month.

     The enclosed activity sheet introduced Sam and Sophia who travel the world on their GPS enabled scooter.

     Joseph whispered his secret code from his boarding pass (conveniently attached to the handle of his suitcase) as I set up his member account at Little Passports website by clicking on "the boarding zone." The website is kid friendly and safe, and Joesph enjoyed playing the geography games. Each new package will include  another boarding pass which will unlock additional areas of the website. The Worldwide Games unlocked with this set includes continent games, a world puzzle assembled with the computer mouse, and world trivia questions. 

from the Little Passports website:

Subscription Details
For the first month, your World Edition subscription starts with our Explorer Kit which includes:
  • 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
Every month thereafter, your child will receive country-specific packages filled with:
  • Adventure letters from Sam and Sofia
  • Fun souvenirs (Japan sushi eraser, Egypt pyramid dig kit and more!)
  • Stickers for your suitcase, passport and map
  • Photos
  • Activity Sheets
  • Boarding Passes to access more online games and activities
The recommended age range for our World Edition is 5 to 10 years old.
     Little Passports was created by two moms with backgrounds in international studies who wanted to share a fun and unique way for children to learn about the world. For information on how your child can travel the world without leaving your house, click here: Little Passports.

Little Passports provided an Explorer Kit for the purpose of this blog review. Affiliate links are embedded.
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  1. That looks really cool. I'm going to check it out.
    Thanks for the review.

    1. It is, Kim! Joseph thinks so, too.

  2. I've been considering it for us. Do you think it's appropriate for a K/1st child, or should I wait until Jude is a little older?

    1. The World edition is designed for 5-10 year olds. The included activity sheet has some easier and some more difficult activities. The USA edition is recommended for 7-10 year olds so the World edition may be a better option to start with.


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