A few months ago, I received the discovery kit from Little Passports. It’s an introductory package for their subscription service. Basically, Little Passports takes your child on an adventure every month – either of two states or a country. The “suitcase” we received targeted the world, rather than the states.
The package included a suitcase to hold a passport, map and photos. It also had two stickers to decorate the suitcase with (new stickers are sent with the monthly packages) and a letter from Sofia, describing the beginnings of her adventure. Each month, your child will receive a package in the mail including a letter, fun and unique souvenirs, stickers, photos, access to online games/activities in our Boarding Zone and more! A total of 24 different adventures available. (The USA version is slightly different.)
As my boy grows older, I think he’ll have fun with the world edition. I’m definitely going to sign him up for the United States version once he’s old enough to understand a little bit more about our travels. We do drive through so many states and I think this would be a great learning opportunity – and a FUN one! He’s a little young for the kits right now, but I really think school-aged kids would love getting this kind of mail every month!
A few travel tips from Little Passports:
“Are we there yet?” was a term coined by the family road trip! While new technology and toys may have silenced backseat conversations, spending time together in the car can still be a great opportunity for family bonding and learning. Even if you plan on bringing the latest gadget to pass the time, try saving them for the end of your trip when everyone is tired and cranky!
Here are some ideas from Little Passports that are sure to make the time fly by (or at least go by a little faster):
Note: This is a sponsored post. I received the Explorer Kit to try out and opinions in the review are my own. The links above are affiliate links.