New Mommy Bliss: Little Passports Review + My First GIVEAWAY!! [ENDED]

Saturday, June 8, 2013

Little Passports Review + My First GIVEAWAY!! [ENDED]

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Little Passports is a subscription service for kids ages 5 - 12 years old. It’s $11.95/month and every month,  Little Passport's characters Sam and Sofia visit a new country and send your child on an exciting  adventure! I was given the chance to review the World Edition (ages 5-10) with my 8 year old niece.




They sent me a package in the mail that included an adorable Suitcase, a letter, stickers, photos, access to online games/activities in our Boarding Zone using a unique code and an activity sheet! A total of 24 different adventures are available.

Adorable Suitcase
 Drama Queen K was Excited to see that the package had been made out to her personally. The package was the World Edition starter kit.
"Little Passports" is Stamped on the box

Meet Drama Queen K!

She wouldn't Let me touch anything lol, but the first thing she did all on her own was read the introduction letter... FRONT & BACK!
Reading every last word.
She was excited about every last piece she received. She's already asked me when the next Package is coming. I guess I'll have to subscribe for her to receive this on a monthly basis.  It’s an amazing way to learn about geography, history, culture, and language in a fun and exciting way since I don't feel her school does enough!

I Liked everything that was sent to us.
They now also offer a USA edition for children a bit older (ages 7 – 12 years old). This edition includes an introductory letter, USA field guide, USA scratch book, USA wall map, a disposable camera, & a photo scavenger hunt!

Top Photo is Starter Kit, Bottom Photo is example of the two states offered per month


I would definitely recommend this subscription service to anyone out there with a child who loves adventure or just if you want to teach your child about the world and all the different cultures in it.


Now for the most exciting part of this review.  Little Passports would like to give one of my readers the chance to win a Three month Subscription to Little Passports! You can decide between the World Edition or the USA Edition! Drama Queen K thinks this subscription is the coolest thing  ever and I’m positive your child will think so too!


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Disclaimer: A special thank you to Little Passports for providing me with the product mentioned in this post. Although I received this product free of charge, all opinions expressed are honest and all mine.

20 comments:

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    1. My niece got really excited when she was learning how to say Hello in Chinese, French, Italian, Spanish and Japanese !

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  2. Between this little passports and kiwi crate so excited to have fun learning boxes. Hope we win :) Good luck everyone!

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  3. The world :) BUt I'm sure I'd like either

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  4. The world! Both sounds interesting.

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  5. They both sound awesome, but we'd love the world edition! Thank you for the giveaway!!

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  6. we would love the world edition!

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  7. The world edition as my LO is still a little young but it's always great to have things like this in the house when my nieces come over

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  8. The World Edition definitely sounds like more fun! My daughter is too young for this, but I have a little cousin who is turning 7 who would LOVE this! I am always trying to find ways to entertain him while also making it a good educational experience!

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  9. My son is only 5 so I'm pretty sure the World is what we would do but I'd be more interested in the US one personally. I think it would be neat to possible visit some of the places that we could learn about.

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    1. I agree with you and I honestly think the USA can be used for a 5 year old since it is where they live and then later on learn about the whole world

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  10. What a cute idea! My boys would love it!

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  11. Thanks for the chance to win! My 5 year old would love this!

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  12. They both sound great. I think I'd prefer the world edition.

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