Summer vacation is nearly half way over for my 7-year-old (how the heck did that happen?) and we’ve already entered the “I’m bored phase.” Our summer trip to St. Augustine beach is complete and the sand is now out of our flip flops. So what’s a kid with wander lust to do when her mother runs out of ideas?
Little Passports is a unique monthly subscription service for kids that teaches about the joy of travel, not to mention geography about this big wide wonderful world we live in. They sent me a sample of their first month’s explorer’s kit which comes in a very cute small cardboard suitcase. If your child is hankering for something a little more exotic than the back yard, they can travel along with Little Passports characters, Sofia and Sam, each month. Your child will receive a personalized package via postal mail that includes an adventure letter, fun souvenirs, activities, and access to their online Boarding Zone with fun games and activities.
My girls wanted to find Madagascar, India, and Thailand.
A subscription to Little Passports is only $10.95 a month, but opens up a whole world of adventures for your child. They can virtually travel with Sofia and Sam to such places as Japan and Brazil.
If you’re looking for a unique gift for your budding traveler that encourages curiosity and excitement about other cultures and countries, Little Passports is a great unique gift idea.