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Since 2009, we’ve been on a mission to inspire kids to discover the wonders of this world we share. We’ve been thrilled to see that what we do is resonating with kids, parents, grandparents, educators, and experts around the world.
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Little Passports ignites the imagination and opens the door to a new way to see the world and explore science. Designed in conjunction with professional educators, award-winning writers, and kid testers, Little Passports’ products have earned the company numerous awards from the National Parenting Publication, iParenting and Parents Choice.
The Little Passports subscription box inspires kids to see the world through topics like geography, science and global cultures. Each monthly box includes hands-on activities, souvenirs and experiments, with options for kids ages 3 to 5 or 6 to 10.
“We’re very excited to be partnering with Target to make Little Passports available to more individuals nationwide,” said Little Passports CEO, Amy Norman. “We’re eager to get Little Passports into the hands of more parents, family members, and friends who are looking for hands-on enrichment for children and we hope to delight them with our fun, imaginative and creative products.
“The boxes and themes are so cute, and it’s great because the subscription means you don’t have to worry about shopping or going to the store. I love that the boxes are also educational and teach kids about travel and other cultures!”
“Have passport, will travel. And now they don’t even need one to experience all the world has to offer from their own playroom. Little Passports starts little ones as young as 3 learning about the world around them, providing a subscription box filled with cultural and educational toys and materials for all ages.”
“Thinking about the world beyond your neighborhood is an important part of raising open-minded, conscious kids. Gift your mini-explorer Little Passports, a monthly activity set that allows them to travel without stepping foot outside their home.”
“As a parent, I enjoyed the feeling of calm and quiet engagement this box inspires. So many toys and activities for kids seem to wind them up; this afforded us a chill morning where we crafted and talked and where the learning was effortless—a nice respite after a year of being forced to be a teacher (and not a very good one, I should admit).”
"Through enriching globally-inspired activities, hands-on projects, and relatable characters, the fun travel-themed boxes ignite the imagination and open doors to a totally new way of seeing the world and exploring science.”
“Meeting children where their excitement is sparked can make a huge difference, and exposing a child to books, foods, traditions, art, and sports from other cultures is key.”
"Even if you can’t necessarily take an international vacation, you can still introduce your children to various cultures with the help of Little Passports. There are different science and geography themed boxes available for children ages 3 to 12 ..."
"Spark their curiosity for culture with this global subscription box. Early explorers will learn about world themes like music and geographic features, while the big kids' box teaches her about a new country each month."
Since the global pandemic has made gifting “experiences” a little harder, Little Passports subscription kits offer unique, globally-inspired activities and games that invite kids to explore the globe and the scientific wonders around them.
"Little Passports is a great monthly subscription box to spark your child's curiosity for culture. Boxes for younger kids include insights on different cultural music and geographical facts, while the boxes for the older kids teach them about a new country every month."
"It's become a constant in our day. When we walk into the living room, and I'm not sure what to do with her next, I point to the map. I ask her if she remembers anything about the animals we talked about yesterday (penguins, elephants, etc.), or to point to a continent. There are activity booklets that we've only just scratched the surface of, and they all fit within the theme."
"Little Passports caters to a variety of ages and interests, with an Early Explorers box aimed at children as young as 3. While the activities for younger children are adorable and engaging, the science boxes for older children are creative introductions to widely varied subjects. I tested the introductory kit, which was on forensic science. I don't remember learning anything about forensic science, even in high school, and had never extracted the DNA from a squashed strawberry. It was fascinating."
"I was down at the bottom of the well clawing my way out and Little Passports was my lifeline. It was the dream of building something big. The dream that one day I could tell a story of survival."