Little Passports Review

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A few months ago I heard about a service named Little Passports that teaches children about social studies. This service sounded interesting to me so I spent some time looking through the website for more information. Wow, I am glad I took the time to check out the information!

Little Passports has three different age-grouped products which you can order. Not only can you choose an age level, but you can also choose the topic your child will explore. Early Explorers have many topics from which to choose while World and USA versions focus on either countries or states. My children are self- starters and LOVE this idea!

Each Early Explorer (3-5 years) and World Edition (6-10 years) subscription comes with a suitcase, world map, activity book, and more. Plus, your child will receive additional items monthly to add to the suitcase as long as you have the subscription. The USA Edition (7-12 years) includes a map, filled guide, and scratch pad among other items as well as the monthly packages delivered during your subscription.

Some subscription companies charge so much money that it is difficult to have a long term subscription, but Little Passports gives several affordable billing options. Keep in mind that the longer the duration of the subscription you choose, the cheaper the price of Little Passports.

I think that Little Passports is a great way to teach children about world citizenship, travel, and adventure. I highly recommend reading through the Little Passports website for more information. I will add more information once my children receive their first box. I look forward to sharing more information with you soon!