Reviews for Little Passports
Exciting, Fun & Unique
Little Passports is your child’s ticket to an exciting global adventure. Inspire a love and understanding of the world as your child learns about a country’s geography, history, culture, and language in a fun and memorable way.
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Accolades for Little Passports
Little Passports has debuted at No. 609 on the Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing private companies in America and has also been named the 46th fastest growing consumer products company.
I've found that giving my boys, ages 5 & 8, some ownership in the trip planning helps to make family vacations more fun for everyone. Let them select from a list of hotels or destinations, and pull out a map to determine the route! —Amy Norman, co-Founder and co-CEO of Little Passports
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Little Passports is the perfect activity kids will enjoy all summer long!
A new kids program, littlepassport.com, promises to turn your toddlers into international pen pals. Here's how it works: your kids get real, actual, non-virtual mail every month from Sam and Sofia, two characters who travel around the globe embarking on various adventures.
Big things come in small packages for Little Passports, a San Francisco subscription company that sends children tiny suitcases filled with geography toys and activities. In just two years, founders Amy Norman and Stella Ma have scaled the company dramatically, bringing in just under $2 million in revenue in 2012, and tripling Little Passports’ size in the last six months.
Last June, Facebook released a tracking pixel, a snippet of code that allows advertisers to track customers who come to their websites from Facebook ads. For Amy Norman, co-chief executive officer of Little Passports, the pixel was a game-changer.
Getting the mail is always a fun event for kids, and when the mail is an adventure package from Little Passports, the excitement factor can register off the charts.
CNET's 2013 Holiday Gift Guide features Little Passports- a great gift for the mini globetrotter on your shopping list! Watch the video.
Generation Z ,the youngest generation (children and young teens) are practical and realistic. They've never known a time without the internet, they've seen their parents weather a shaky economy and they grasp that understanding the world will matter in their global futures. Little Passports is great gift for these youngest Americans.
Little Passports is a fun way for your kids to learn about the world around them and flex their imaginations!
Little Passports was featured on The Talk as one of the hottest kids products!
"To help get kids excited about geography, two moms created Little Passports, a kids subscription service that sends monthly packages full of cool activities about different cultures, major landmarks, historic events and more.
Time for Toys
Inspire young explorers to learn about other cultures with a subscription to Little Passports monthly mailings.
"We have found it important to be honest with each other and communicate," Ma says. Trust also helps, which is why Norman and Ma opted to share the CEO title. Each woman has the power to act on behalf of Little Passports individually; if one needs to tend to her family during an important business meeting, the other can represent the company solo. They like to think of themselves as interchangeable. "Without trust," Norman says, "that would never fly."
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That’s My Motto: Entrepreneurs sound off with their best advice
As founders and CEOs of San Francisco-based Little Passports, an educational monthly subscription company for Kids, Amy Norman and Stella Ma remind themselves of this often. When they left to launch Little Passports 2009, they recognized that they were in for a new challenge-one that could shake a friendship to its core. Since then, however, they have managed to succeed through commitment to candor.
Amy Norman and Stella Ma, both moms, developed Little Passports as a way of raids to learn about other placed, from the 50 states to countries all across the world.
Up the street from the San Francisco Passport Agency is Little Passports, an agency that never has a line. Aspiring young travelers just have to register online at www.littlepassports.com, and they will receive by mail everything they need for global adventure.
It’s a great way to get the conversation going about countries around the globe in an age appropriate way.
Give your kids the taste of travel to look forward to every four weeks with Little Passports. The U.S. edition of the subscription-based service ($11.95 a month, with three-, six- and 12-month plans available at varying rates, www.littlepassports.com).
For the kid with a sense of adventure: Little Passports
Every month, Little Passports characters Sam and Sofia visit a new country and send your kid letters, souvenirs, stickers, photos, and more. We love that this subscription starts with the cutest little suitcase.
Our kids will love this geographic adventure that allows them to travel the world and learn about other states or countries from the safety and comfort of your own home. The company offers two different kits to choose from – the USA Edition and the World.
That’s why I love Little Passports. The 4-year-old company is based near my home in the San Francisco Bay Area, and its flagship product, a world travel-oriented subscription service for kids, is designed to inspire young travelers to learn more about the world.
Little Passports is a geography-based adventure kit. There’s a World version and a new USA edition. Both versions have a narrative storyline; each month you’re following characters Sam and Sofia on their travels around the world or across the United States.
Traveling can be a great education tool by teaching kids about culture, history and geography. When physically traveling to a destination is not possible, parents can now give kids a similar experience through a new program.
Sign up your grandkids to learn about other countries and cultures. Each month, souvenirs, letters and stickers arrive..
Global citizenship takes a spin in the fun zone with Little Passports, a monthly subscription program that is designed to introduce children ages 5 to 10 to countries around the world.
Yay for the Mail! For your Tiny Traveler:
Adventure kits from different countries - containing souvenirs, an activity sheet, and access to online games - will entertain your kid while also teaching him about places and people around the world.
Our Favorite Things
Subscribe to Little Passports, and your kids may be more excited than the family dog to see the postal carrier.
2009 Holiday Gift Guide: Pretend Pen-Pal Package
Globe-trotting pals Sam and Sofia send monthly letters and souvenirs (toy sushi!).
Scholastic Parent & Child Magazine
With this subscription-based monthly mailing, characters Sofia and Sam travel the globe and send your child personalized packages from different countries. Each includes a letter, souvenirs, and more.
Little Passports, a new educational subscription service for 6- to 10-year-olds, will plant a love of travel without the need to leave home.