Thursday, October 29, 2015

Little Passports Review

Holiday time is all about family, traditions, parties, and according to kids … presents! Subscription services – the gifts that keeps on giving – are perfect options for kids, especially when the service provides fun, educational deliveries each month. This year, teach the children in your life about the world around them and instill a love of travel in them with Little Passports

Little Passports subscribers receive destination-specific, age-appropriate packages in the mail each month filled with letters, souvenirs, activities, and more. Each kit allows kids ages 3-12 to explore geography, history, culture, and language in fun, engaging, and memorable ways: 

·      The Early Explorers kit encourages children aged 3-5 to explore ongoing themes such as animals, music, and more!

·      The World Edition kit enables kids aged 6-10 to discover a new country every month.

·      The USA Edition kit teaches young people aged 7-12 about all 50 states.

Little Passports also offers some fun kits and products that can be purchased separately including some new items available just in time for the holidays! Kids can learn about climates around the world through at-home simulations with The Weather Lab Activity Kit; explore prehistoric times with the Dinosaur Backpack filled with toys, pictures, and fun fossil facts; and follow Little Passports' characters, Max, Mia, and Toby on their global outings with an Interactive Picture Book.

Our Thoughts

The package arrived in one box, and when I opened it up the suitcase was packed in another smaller box and the papers were packaged in an envelope. It all looked like it came all fancy in the mail right to my kid, it was adorable! She really enjoyed opening it up, her first "special" package in the mail.

The suitcase is cardboard made but is well built and doesn't look cheap at all. The fastener on it works great, it doesn't pop open and spill all the contents out. There are a lot of items in this that makes it fun for my daughter to open up. There's a map, stickers, little postcards and more. Always something new for her to look at that keeps her excitedly digging through the box. 

As a homeschooling mom, I love gizmos and gadgets to go along with our learning. This is perfect for our history and social studies! A gift that keeps on giving with each package that arrives. Each one is colorful, creative and most importantly, educational. I've never seen my daughter more excited to learn about the world because it is done in such a creative process. Little Passports makes her feel special and she loves to tell her younger sister all the cool stuff she learns!

This is something homeschooling parents should look into or just to get as a great gift or supplementation to a child's schooling curriculum. Little Passports keeps learning fun!

Buy yours here and don't forget to check them out on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest!

Reviewed by Jackie