Founded in 2009 by two moms with a passion for global citizenship, Little Passports has shipped millions of educational packages that help inspire kids to learn about their world.See what the press and our customers are saying below!
With everything from maps, suitcase stickers, and destination-specific activity sheets and souvenirs to their very own “passport,” these educational and fun kits will keep kids interested in exploring well beyond their own backyards.
If you’d like to help instill a love of travel in your children and deepen their understanding of cultures around the world, consider subscribing to the ingenious Little Passports program. The welcome package includes a miniature suitcase, passport, activities and a map of the world.
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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.
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 starts out with a discovery kit that includes a field guide, a wall map, a disposable camera and more.
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Little Passports 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.
My oldest son has inherited my love of mail so the kid was over the moon when he received his very first package from Little Passports, a subscription-based service starring fictional pals Sam and Sofia, tweens who have uncovered a magic scooter to take them on domestic and global adventures.
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.
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.