I am always trying to teach my children about the world around them, whether it's something about our local town, or about the country's our family history evolved from. I am always finding great ideas online for crafts, food, music and more, but recently was introduced to a fantastic subscription program for children ages 5-12.
Little Passports is a fun filled way to teach elementary age children about world food, music, clothing, and language using super cute activities, worksheets, stickers and more.
When we received our first kit, the products came all together in a cute little suitcase. Inside, we discovered a passport, a little workbook, with three activities, stickers, a little from characters Sam and Sofia, and a very large map of the world. There was also a "baggage tag" that gave you an key code to enter online for even more activities. We have had a ton of fun with the activities we had access too, and I will for sure be signing up for a year subscription in the near future.
There are three different subscriptions you can purchase:
Little Passports Early Explorers for children 3-5 (starts at $12.95 monthly)
World Edition for children 5 to 10 (starts at $10.95 monthly)
U.S. Edition for children 7 to 10 years (starts at $10.95 monthly)
For more information about how Little Passports work, please click here.
If you have more questions about Little Passport, you can check here.
You can also purchase additional materials like World Coin Collections, here.
Overall, Little Passports is a wonderful way to help young children learn more about the world around them in a fun, educational way. It is a great spring board to any Social Studies curriculum for those who homeschool, and even for those that don't!
I highly recommend Little Passports and give it a huge thumbs up!
BUY IT: You can purchase Little Passports here!
***I received a complimentary set, courtesy of Little Passports, for the purpose of review on this blog. All opinions expressed are my own, and I have not been compensated in any other manner***