I was born with a need to explore and see the world. It is no surprise I married a man from another country and our daughter is bilingual. I have always felt that it is so important to travel and experience different cultures, and passing this curiosity to our kids will expand their minds.
We have discovered Little Passports, a service for children that brings far away places to your doorstep. This service is an interactive, educational and entertaining way to introduce culture to your children. The monthly kits are full of information, souvenirs, and activities spotlighting places around the world! You can shop by age or experience and choose a monthly subscription for 6 or 12 months, to suit your needs.
You can start by exploring the USA first. In the USA Edition, each month your child will learn about two states when their Little Passports box arrives with their name on it. A wall-sized map and a USA field guide are included in the first box. It's full of stickers, postcards, and fun activities.
If you choose the World Edition, you will receive a box from a different country each month. It will include games, art, and info about that country that will make learning about the new place super fun. It comes with their own passport and even souvenirs!
They have even created a Science Expedition subscription for the older kids ages 9+. Kids get their own science experiment kit. Each month their box will include new and exciting hands-on experiments such as making a solar car or solving a mystery with fingerprints and DNA!
Each box includes pen pals Sofia and Sam to make the experience more personal, and online extras! The creators have partnered with parents and educators to develop these award-winning products, guaranteeing a great experience. Grandparents and relatives will find this to be a great gift idea and it has been proven by the children themselves how much they love these boxes and look forward to learning about a new place each month.
You can check out Little Passports and more boxes to get a box for your little traveler here: Littlepassports.com