Have your child learn about the world or the USA with Little Passports. Little Passports is a subscription service that allows your child to visit a new country or new state each month! Choose from the World Edition (ages 5-10) or the USA edition (ages 7-12) where Sam and Sofia have a magical GPS that allows them to travel anywhere in the world. Through their stories and travels, they teach your child all about the country (or state) they are in through their letters, games, activities and more. It's an excellent subscription kit in my book and not only gets kids excited, but teaches them all about the world we are in.
My daughter Chloe (now 5 1/2 years old) received the World Edition to try out and I can't believe how much she loves it.
The first Explorer Kit comes with:
- travel suitcase
- letter from Sam and Sofia
- travel passport
- fun stickers
- activity sheet
- access to online games and activities
We also received the first adventure kit that would typically come the next month. For this package, we received Japan and Chloe loved the whole process of learning about Japan through Sam and Sofia's trip. She loved the sushi eraser and the origami papers. She immediate put the pin sticker on the world map - a great touch to give a kid perspective on the world and where they have "traveled to". She also put the Japan sticker in her passport. We did some of the activities together since she is still a new reader. We haven't tried the online activities yet but we hope to soon. It's a huge hit and Chloe is already asking where we will go next month!
I don't have the USA set to review but I am also looking forward to having her subscribe to that in a few years. What a smart way to know all the states and capitals. I remember how hard it was for me to just memorize and not fully understand all of the nuances of each state.
If you are in the Bay Area, don't forget Little Passports is turning 5! with a celebration at the Bay Area Discovery Museum on Saturday from 10am-12pm. More info here.
Disclaimer: A review set of Little Passports was provided for this post.