Saturday, December 14, 2013

Little passports learning kit review and giveaway



Little passports  sent me this adorable learning kit for my personal review.

“Little passports is your child’s ticket to an exciting global adventure. Inspire a love and understanding of the world as your child learns about a new country every month.  
 
There are two versions with the characters Sam and Sofia. One is a USA Version and a World edition http://www.littlepassports.com/little-passports-world-edition. Their goal is to inspire your kids learning and learn about geography, history, culture and language.
Little passports is a monthly subscription and each initial kit comes in a cute little paper suitcase. We have reused this suitcase for other things as well. You can use it to keep an easy to find snack stash in the car, crayon or marker storage, a deck of cards, store barbie clothes and accessories, Legos for grandmas, and much more.
The world edition is recommended for ages 5-10.
Explorer Kit for Month 1
  • A fun travel suitcase with a letter from our globetrotting characters Sam and Sofia
  • World wall map
  • Travel passport
  • Fun stickers, an activity sheet, and access to online games and activities
Country adventure kits for future months
Sam and Sofia visit a new country every month and send your child:
  • An adventure letter
  • Fun souvenirs
  • Stickers for your child's suitcase, passport, and map
  • Photos from that country's sites
  • Online games and activities in our Boarding Zone
 
The USA edition is designed for ages 7-12 and includes:
Discovery Kit for Month 1
  • An introductory letter from Sam and Sofia
  • USA Field Guide
  • USA Scratch Book
  • USA Wall Map
  • Disposable Camera and Photo Scavenger Hunt
State adventure kits for future months
Sam and Sofia visit 2 new states every month and send your child:
  • A 32-page activity-packed journal covering 2 states
  • Stickers
  • Pop-out Models
  • Postcards
  • Access to more information and activities online
You can subscribe monthly or a set number of months. The world edition we received was fun.


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11 comments:

  1. Thank you Nikki! I thought it was a pretty neat concept. It teaches kids about other places which is great!

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  2. I've seen this before and it looks very neat indeed!! I think it is a very good teaching tool!

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    1. Thanks Holly Jo!! This is a very fun kit!

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  3. I'm a homeschool mom, and this would be a great addition! My daughter loves learning about other parts of the world. She'd adore this!

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    1. You are a brave soul! Congrats on your home schooling endeavor!

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  4. I have 4 kids and I think they would all enjoy this kit! What a great way to encourage their adventures in learning, I love love this idea!

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  5. Forty toes - I think all ages would love this!

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  6. I just came across this and it looks fun! I homeschool my daughters, but they are in 10th and 8th grade (16 & 13y/o). Do you think it is too 'young' for them?

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    1. I honestly think its awesome! I think the 13 year old would still love it. If its a bit "young" it still encourages learning. :)

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