Little Passports For Kids

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Getting children interested in education outside of the classroom doesn't have to be an impossible task. LittlePassports.com is the ideal way to inform your child about different countries and cultures, engaging their attention through pictures, stories and even international trinkets to commemorate their "journey" each month. The program works through an innovative mail-based system that delivers a monthly package full of postcards, letters and souvenirs of a distant country visited by fictional friends Sofia and Sam.

Through their magical GPS, Sam and Sofia are able to visit anywhere in the world, and send your child tales of their trip along with stickers and a special stamp for their introductory play passport. In addition to the physical items that come in the mail each month, LittlePassports.com also delivers a "boarding pass" complete with an online code to unlock more games and features. Different plans are available, including a 3 month, 6 month and ongoing monthly plan that follows the intrepid pair on their worldwide trek to a new country every four weeks. Examples of each country's cuisine and a list of items that will arrive with your child's first shipment can be found on the site, allowing you to help get your child excited for its arrival.

Geared towards 5 to 10 year olds, the Little Passports program is a great way to get your child engaged in geography, culture and the world around them every month. If you're looking for a unique gift that will encourage imaginagion, skip the overhyped plastic junk from cartoon shows and give them an experience instead! Kids love following Sam and Sofia around the globe and you will too. Head to LittlePassports.com today and pick out a membership plan: you'll be starting your son or daughter on an educational worldwide trip they'll remember for years to come.




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