I have wanted to check out Little Passports for some time now, and here we are.
Our dream has finally come true.
Well, kind of.
My kids love traveling, and they love getting mail, so when I saw that Little Passports had created a line for middle grade kids that focused on traveling the world, I was psyched.
Much like Kiwi Crate in that this is the gift that keeps on giving, Little Passports is a subscription service for kids, where kids ‘choose their own adventure’ and then each month, they receive little tips, treasures, and trinkets from that destination. It’s like they’re traveling but not really traveling.
Here’s the skinny. . .
- Little Passports Subscription Service for Kids–The Unboxing!
Check it out:
Little Passports is celebrating the 12 days of Christmas around the globe by sharing holiday traditions from a new country every day!
Check out the Little Passports Blog for the final celebration tomorrow.
Order your 12-month subscription to Little Passports and save $15 when you use code JOY15, today only, plus your package will arrive by Christmas! (Deal and shipping deadline is 12/18 11:59 PST.)
Really, even if you decide to order Little Passports and it doesn’t arrive by Christmas day, it’s fine. The child will still be excited every single month when something cool arrives.And though we’re still learning–we’ve only received one box so far!–I do plan to share what we think as time goes on.And let me know what you think, too!
- True Holiday Spirit Lunchbox Notes
- Holiday Fun Fact and JOKES Lunchbox Notes (with Hannukah!)
- Holiday Time Fun Fact Lunchbox Notes
- Little Holiday Notes and Jokes
- Holiday Notes for Families
- The Polar Express tradition
- Scratch-off Cards
- K-Cup Advent Tree
- New Year’s Family Interview
- Happy Holidays Backyard Birds
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