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Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Little Passports Review! Take your child on an adventure!

If your family isn't taking a vacation this summer, Little Passports can help your child "travel" and learn about different cultures around the world.
For instance, did you know each year between June 21 and 24, different European countries celebrate Midsummer’s Eve and Midsummer Day (the longest day of the year!), including Sweden, Denmark, Finland, and Norway?  Traditionally, people prepare their houses for Midsummer celebrations by decorating their homes with colorful flowers and wreaths.

Little Passports has fun facts for your children to learn all sorts of information at their own pace.

You can sign up for a 1 month trial, 3 month subscription (Perfect for summer!) or a 1 year subscription.

I took advantage of the one month trial, and it was fun to receive the box in the mail!  (I enjoy getting mail that's not bills!)  :)

The first month had a "world" theme, since this was the introductory box.  It came with a cute little suitcase, a "passport", a postcard from Sam and Sofia, stickers, and information about accessing more games, etc. at the Little Passports website (see the picture in the image below).

My eleven year old had fun filling out the worksheet of games, and going online to view the activities.  I think he is a little too old (recommended age is 5 - 10 years old) to gain much from it, and think that younger children would love it even more.  We both thought it was amusing that Sam and Sofia are supposed to be only ten years old.  They look like they are much older!  :) 

The first program did not contain a ton of information, because it was an overview.  I would be interested in seeing the next month, as it would highlight one country (a clue to the country was given in the activity page) and could go more in depth.

Little Passports has two programs available:  World or USA edition (recommended for 7 - 12 year olds).

Little Passports supplied me with a free month trial in exchange for a blog post.  All opinions are my own.

Remember, if you are interested you can sign up for a 1 month trial, 3 month subscription or a 1 year subscription.

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