Today’s Favorite Travel Product: Little Passports
Last week in my Top Gifts post, I mentioned a product called Little Passports. I wanted to follow up the mention with a dedicated post and review of the product.
A few months ago I began seeing advertisement for something called Little Passports. (On a side note, isn’t it totally creepy how Facebook KNOWS you? I constantly see advertising for travel products, kid paraphernalia and anything I purchase on Amazon. It’s disturbing.) In any event, the advertising peaked my curiosity and I looked into the product.
My children check the mailbox almost every day in anticipation of the next kit’s arrival. Most months they don’t even make it in the door before they have torn into the package. The activities provide countless hours of entertainment. Additionally, they enjoy going back and referencing past packages.
All of the literature is well written and fun for kids. The landmarks, cities and geography featured captures children’s attention and allows them to learn a lot about each area. In addition to all of the geographical kits, Little Passports recently began a science themed subscription.
Little Passports products promote learning and curiosity for kids. It also encourages hands on learning by providing enjoyable and memorable activities for kids.
Little Passports makes an incredible gift. Not only will kids enjoy receiving mail each month, but they will get the lifelong gift of knowledge about our world. Likewise, parents will appreciate the practicality of the gift and not ‘just another toy.’
Follow this link to visit their website and receive 15% off if you enroll in the program: GIVE15
*Mom With A Map is an affiliate of Little Passports. I will receive compensation through your purchase from this link. However, all of the opinions in this post are my own.*