Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Little Passports Review

Spring break is next month already.  Any plans for the kiddos to stay busy and not be at home bored?  Is a Staycation in your future plans?  Well get those little passports ready!
Little Passports is a subscription-based service that fosters excitement about geography, history, and culture by following the travels of animated characters Sam and Sofia on their magic scooter – both around the world and in the USA! 

Kids travel to far off countries and different states with letters, activities and souvenirs they receive each month in packages from Sam and Sofia. Please find more information about the USA Edition and World EditionIt’s a great way to introduce kids to new cultures each month.

My thoughts-My son has traveled with school and church all over the USA.  He was excited when he saw this kit:

USA Edition (ages 7-12)
The recently released USA Edition begins with the USA Discovery Kit, including a letter from Sam and Sofia, a wall-sized USA map, field guide, scratch book, disposable camera and photo scavenger hunt.  In subsequent months, kids will receive a travel journal packed with 32 pages of activities themed around two different states.

He pointed to all the places we have been to together, places he has been too, and places he wants to visit.  He liked that he was able to learn about places in the USA.  He was actually off on Friday and read up on New York, Texas and Florida, which are all places he has been too.  He made notes of things he did not see and wants to see next time he visits.  I love all the learning he has done and how much interest he has had for this.  

If you are looking for something for your kiddos to get into, or just learning guides for them, Little Passports is a great choice.  Growing up we never traveled anywhere.  Travel for me was in the books I read but so distant.  These kits are so much fun and perfect for your kiddos.  They will enjoy them like mine did.

***Disclosure-Sample kit was received to review.  All opinions stated are my very own, honest opinions.

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