Little Passports ~ Education Resource Review

This review opportunity is presented by Mami Innovative Media and on behalf of Little Passports.
However, all opinions expressed are my own.

World Trivia Little Passports

Little Passports Review

As a homeschooling mom, I am eager to try new educational products to see if my son will be excited to learn. Little Passports is an online program for kids to discover the world or the US with a new discovery sent to them every month. I was excited to get to try this because geography is a part of learning about culture.

Well, just receiving something in the mail is fun! When we opened the box and found the bright blue suitcase, my son was excited to learn what was inside. We received a map, a passport, stickers and a tag with our code to access the online learning activities. We also met our traveling partners Sam and Sofia.

In the World Edition, we were able to try three games: World Trivia, World Continents, and World Map Puzzle. We liked the puzzle the most because we just like puzzles. Here’s the end of my son finishing the puzzle online.

He was happy to have his own passport and hang up the large world map so he can learn geography. (Mama could brush up on hers too since I didn’t score so high on the World Trivia game.)

Sign-up for a Subscription Package

Sign up for one or both of the subscriptions and follow Sam and Sofia on their exciting adventures around the USA and the world. Inspire a love and understanding of the world as your child learns about a geography, history, culture, and language in a fun and memorable way.

Every month, follow characters Sam and Sofia as they embark on a new country adventure. Your first month’s Explorer Kit arrives in a suitcase and contains everything your child needs to get started: a letter from Sam and Sofia, a map, a passport, stickers, access to online games and more. Country specific packages filled with fun souvenirs, letters, stickers, photos, activity sheets and more arrive every month thereafter. Recommended age 5 to 10 years old.

Here is the pricing structure so that you can choose a program that works for you and your family:

world edition kits pricing

There is also a US Edition for children to learn and ‘travel’ the US. Visit Little Passports for more information.

How do you teach your kids about geography?

Melanie Mendez-Gonzales

Original content creator for ¿Qué Means What? Texas Latina mom blogger celebrating culture in education, entertainment and family life.

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