If you’re looking for a unique gift idea that keeps on giving for the children, let me introduce you to Little Passports.
When I initially discovered this monthly subscription, I was instantly captivated.
Anything to do with culture is of huge interest to me. But what about your child? How can you teach your child to love and learn in an enjoyable and fascinating way? Kids get bored so easily — we all know that.
Little Passports nailed it on the head with their subscription packages where they follow Sam and Sofia on their exciting adventures around the USA and/or the world.
It helps them to inspire a love and understanding of the world as they learn about geography, history, culture, and language in a fun and memorable way. How can you not love this? Brilliant!
They offer two subscriptions: World Edition and USA Edition (perhaps a Canadian Edition next?)
Your child’s first month’s Explorer Kit arrives in a suitcase and contains everything your child needs to get started: a letter from Sam and Sofia, a map, a passport, stickers, access to online games and more. Country specific packages filled with fun souvenirs, letters, stickers, photos, activity sheets and more arrive every month thereafter.
My daughter really loves that she has 2 friends that travel the world and send her cool things from each country every month. She looks forward to their packages/letters and stamping off her passport and finding the place on the map! For example, her last package, her friends just visited Japan so she received a letter and some origami among other fun stuff! So cool! Even I was into it!
On a side note: Origami is NOT as easy as it looks.
Little Passports is truly your child’s ticket to an exciting global adventure… in the comfort of home!
Perhaps one day when they’re older, they will take you along with them on their real travelling adventures around the world!
To learn more about Little Passports, visit them at http://www.littlepassports.com.
For Day 6 of CAC’s 12 of Giveaways, I am gifting a 3 Month Subscription to two winners!

To enter, leave me a comment below telling me Where in the World does your child want to travel to and why.

Contest is open to Canada and US Residents.
Ends 12/12.
Good luck!

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28 Comments on 12 Days of Giveaways: Day 6 with Little Passports

  1. So I just turned to my two little ones and asked that very question. “Australia”, said by 5 year old. His favourite book currently is “Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day”. If you’ve read it – you’ll know why that was his answer. My 3 year old, on the other hand, said “Down the street to see Nora”. She has simple tastes. 😉

  2. Abu Dhabi. grandma is on the largest floating library ship which was docked there and the kids were upset they couldn’t go visit her in dob dobie. we told them they have to wait til she’s home to see her. right. now they have to stick to email photos and occasional phone calls.

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