Little Passports Review & Giveaway! Ends 9/23!

Cute!
Cute!

Little Passports is a fun subscription service that takes your child on an interactive adventure across the country or around the world (or both!). Each month your child will receive a package of goodies that teaches them about “geography, history, culture, and language in a fun and memorable way”.

There are two different subscription options available: The World Edition, which introduces your child to a new country every month (for children 5-10) and The USA Edition, which features 2 different states per month (for children 7-12). Each option comes with a different set of materials (World Edition comes with a mini suitcase, USA comes with a camera), so choose wisely! ;)

Little Passports was nice enough to let me choose which edition I would like for review. I chose the World. (How poetic!) Let’s see what I got!

The mini suitcase
The mini suitcase

First off, how adorable is this little suitcase? This gets sent with your first month of the World Edition. Every month you’ll be sent stickers for each country your child “visits”, which they can display on the outside of their case. Cute! (I should note that this is a cardboard suitcase… So don’t be tryin’ to travel with it, k?) It should also be noted that my first suitcase/box arrived super damaged (thanks, USPS!), so I emailed photos of it to Little Passports and they mailed me out a new one immediately. Yay for good customer service!

The goodies
The goodies

Inside the suitcase was everything your little one needs to begin his or her worldly travels: A letter from Sam & Sofia (their “tour guides”), a large world map, a boarding pass that includes access to online games, stickers, an activity sheet, a photo of Sam & Sofia, and of course — a little passport! Future country-specific mailings will include more letters, stickers, activities, photos, souvenirs (how cool!), and more!

Adventures await!
Adventures await!

I’ll definitely be hanging onto this for when the girls are old enough to enjoy it. It’s such a smart, fun way to learn about other countries… Maybe if this had been around when I was little I’d be a lot better with geography. (Let’s just say I would be incredibly embarrassed if I was ever asked to point out each state on a map… Let alone country…)

The World Edition, as well as the USA Edition, is $11.95/month (with discounts for longer commitments).

Little Passports has generously offered to give a 3-month subscription to one of my dear readers! World or USA Edition — your choice! :D

You know the drill… Just click the image below and scroll on down to the Rafflecopter!
Good luck & happy travels!

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Disclosure: This product was received for review purposes. I was not compensated in any other way. All opinions are my own. Contest open to US residents only, 18+. Prize fulfillment will be handled directly by Little Passports. Post may contain affiliate links.

13 Responses to “Little Passports Review & Giveaway! Ends 9/23!”

  1. Jean Eckert

    Luckily we haven’t had to travel far with our kiddos, just from St. Louis to Orlando by plane. Only 2 hrs total!

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  2. Jennifer Pittman

    To Texas, about a 4 1/2 hour plane ride – almost a little too long…

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  3. siannaj

    The longest we have traveled with our littles is about 3 hours . We live about 3 hours from Chicago,Detroit, and Indianapolis so there is always something new to do.

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  4. rachel Schichtl

    Probably from Arkansas to Florida. It was about a 12 hour drive where we went. With 3 kids under age 6!!

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  5. kristin sims

    The longest trip was from our house near Tallahassee to Vermont for a ski trip…..to this day I don’t like to talk about those airport transfers and trying to have fun!! you guys probably all have had one of those trips from he$% thank you!

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  6. Suzanne S

    It was a 7 day cruise! Way too long with a 5 year old on a boat & no way to get off for the most part!

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  7. PGT

    Longest we have traveled is 2 hour flight. My little guy was only 4.5 months old at the time so he pretty much slept off the whole time. We are about to take another plane trip in October – will be interesting traveling with a toddler this time around.

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  8. blessingellyce@yahoo.com

    Our longest trip was from El Paso, Texas to Cherokee, North Carolina! A long ride, but beautiful scenery!

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  9. Missy Marie

    Our longest trip was from Fl to MI for a week.

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  10. K. Davis

    My child was born premature so we couldn’t travel right away, and once it was time, we had to travel short plane rides and build up from there. So far all our travel has been USA coast to coast, but looking forward to traveling Internationally. Paris and Australia are in the plans.

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  11. Kristie F.

    We took a 10 day road trip from Madison WI to Niagara Falls, NY and back. We camped along the route and had an awesome time!

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  12. Nikki Estelle

    Our longest trip was the Florida for a family thanksgiving where we went to bush gardens and the tampa zoo

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