Let’s face it; we all want to give our children the world. While that may mean gumdrops, lollipops and an infinite amount of toys for some, I on the other hand cannot and will not hand my children the glitz and glam on a silver platter. Life is difficult and there is a corresponding down for every up. Now, while I cannot explain the laws of physics or the basics of psychology to a preschooler I can teach him the basic principles of life.
Since finding out about their impending arrivals we began a collection of items for them. It does not include matchbox cars or stuffed animals, though they have accumulated quite a collection of those as well. I wanted to compile a gathering of items that had much more value that was, both, meaningful and educational. This is where our “traveling” began. Unfortunately, we weren’t able to jet set around the world but we did and do have many friends and family members across the country and abroad. Enlisting their help in gathering native items has sent our collection through the roof and thus began our journey around the world – from the comfort of our own home.
Our children have become enamored with our globe from each and every state to every single continent. Making geography interesting for children is much easier said than done but, thankfully, that is where Little Passports comes in. Little Passports is a global adventure subscription package that brings the world to your child’s fingertips.
“Inspire a love and understanding of the world as your child learns about geography, history, culture, and language in a fun and memorable way.”
Our Little Passports suitcase has already been packed full of our favorite goodies from abroad to go along with the passport, world map, and letter from Sam and Sofia. In the letter, they explain that they are about to embark on a grand adventure. Throughout their adventure they send back monthly – yes, monthly – souvenirs, activity sheets, and letters about each country. Little Passports really is that proverbial gift that keeps on giving and, more importantly, it is educational.
Offering, both, World Edition and USA Edition subscription plans ($10.95 and up), your little one will surely develop a love for the world around them. Not only does it open up the door for learning but it will take you on a whirlwind adventure that is full of excitement and countless opportunities to celebrate. The world is so much more than what is just outside of our windows and allowing our children to gain an understanding of that at a young age is one of the greatest gifts that you could ever give.
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*Randi received the above product(s), free of charge, to facilitate this review. All opinions are those of reviewer only.