Teaching Children about the World around Us with Little Passports *Giveaway*

Little Passports Map and Joe

 

Kids learn so much more if you make it interesting, at least that’s the way it is with my son.  Little Passports offers a great subscription program to teach children about geography, history, culture and language from around the world.  Your child will join Sam and Sofia on their adventures either around the world or the USA depending on your selection.

Little Passports Map Closeup

 

The subscription program is set up so that your children will receive a new packet each month in the mail. The packet details either a new country (World Edition) or two new states (USA Edition).  The subscription packages run $10.95 per month if you order a full year.  There are other package/pricing  options that can be found on their website.

Little Passports Carrying Case

We signed up for the USA Edition and my son, who is 8, really liked it.  It came with a large map of the USA, a scratch art booklet, a carry case, a camera, stickers, and a field guide book.

LIttle Passports Scratch Art Book

The first thing he did was open up the map and find all the states that we have visited then he started pointing out all the states he wants to visit ….. Utah is on his list, so he can dig for dinosaur bones.

Little Passports Field Guide

The scratch art booklet was a big hit too.  The kids don’t even realize they are learning.   I thought the packet was great – nice quality items that really help teach your child about the world in a fun way.  The disposable camera was a great addition to the packet – so you kid can document their travels and make notes in their field guide booklet.  Definitely work the price.

Little Passports Scratch Art National Parks

The World Edition is appropriate for 5-10 year olds and the USA Edition is designed for 7-12 year old children.

Little Passports Disposable Camera

One lucky Detroit Mommies reader will win a 3 month subscription to the edition of their choice (World or USA) a $41.85 value!   Use the rafflecopter entry form below to enter.

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The fine print:

This contest is open to legal residents of the USA only, ages 18 or older at the time of entry.  All entry requirements must be completed to be eligible to win.  Any incomplete entries will be rejected.  Detroit Mommies is not responsible for any late or misdirected prize fulfillment.  One winners will be selected and notified via email.  If a winner does not respond within 24 hours, an alternate winner will be chosen.

 

Disclosure:  We received a one month subscription to facilitate this review.  All opinions and views are my own.

 

 

 

 

 

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Terryia
Terryia
7 years ago

I think they’re both great ideas but would definitely have to go with the USA Edition!

Sarah Hirsch
Sarah Hirsch
7 years ago

i’m sure my kids would love them both but i would choose world

JohnZ
7 years ago

World edition for sure.

Whitney L
7 years ago

I think the world would be fun for my son!

Brandi
7 years ago

This looks fun! I’d definitely choose the U.S. one for my map loving preschooler!

Jillian
7 years ago

I have been wanting to check out Little Passports! I would definitely choose the USA edition for my daughter.

Alison
Alison
7 years ago

Usa

Lori
Lori
7 years ago

I would probably choose the USA one for my son. Looks pretty cool.

keri szawara
keri szawara
7 years ago

I think i would do the usa one. Or maybe, if I will Ill let me kids decide 🙂 What a awesome product!!