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Review: Travel The World with Little Passports Sam and Sofia




Disclaimer:  I was given the products in this post for the purpose of a review. 
I was not paid in any way to write this review.
All opinions are my own.

Mommy loves to travel and being a military family we expect to travel quite a lot. I just turned 21 months but so far I've been to the Caribbean twice and have visited a few other places as well. There's nothing like traveling to a new place whether its by air, sea or land. When mommy was given the chance to review Little Passport World Edition she was thrilled. Little Passports is a subscription service for children ages 5-12. It takes your child to a whole new world and the experience is something you may not want to miss. My brother Mikael who is 8 got the chance to use and review it. Now what does he think? Read and find out.



When the mailman dropped off our package Mikael couldn't wait to open it. He was sooo excited after all he knew that this was actually his. Finally a subscription box just for him and not for me. It's not very often that happens so I was excited for him as well. That was until he told me not to touch! Our Little Passports World Edition Explorer Kit we received included:


A fun travel suitcase that is perfect for holding all those souvenirs that you will be receiving in future boxes.

An introductory letter from Sam and Sofia letting us know what to expect and also what we will find in our suitcase and what to do with them.


A huge World Wall Map. This was really big and can actually be placed on the wall which is what mommy intends to do.

Travel Passport where Mikael can add fun little details about himself and stickers of the countries he visits every month with the Little Passports Subscription.



There was even a photo of Sam and Sofi on their scooter. There scooter is GPS enabled on the handlebars and it takes them where they want to go by asking "Where do you want to go?".

 There are stickers of Sam and Sofia that you can place wherever you want.

There is also an Activity Sheet that teaches you how to say "hello" in 5 different languages. You can also find out where Sam and Sofia's next country adventure will be by doing the activity listed on the sheet as well. On one side of the activity sheet there is also flags of different countries that Sam and Sofia will be visiting in the future as well.

Each Little Passports World Edition kit comes with access to online games and activities with boarding pass.

Mikael Enjoying the Activity Sheet
Mikael loves his Little Passports and so does mommy. Now not only will Mikael be able to learn about different countries, their history and culture but while he's having fun while doing it. Isn't great when you can combine fun with learning? Little Passports makes that possible.

Now you're probably wondering how to go about signing up for your own Little Passports Subscription and the price? Well let me tell you how it works.

Signing up is pretty easy. Little Passports currently has a monthly, 3, 6 and 12 month subscriptions so you can choose the one that is within your budget.

Monthly Subscription: $11.95
3 month subscription: $ 41.85
6 month subscription: $83.70
12 month subscription: $131.40

You can connect with Little Passports via their website and also their social pages:



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Annmarie John
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  1. I remember when I was a kid, it was SO hard to find pen pals. This is basically the same idea - just MUCH easier. I love it.

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  2. VERY cool. For now, this is the only way my kids will get to learn a lot about other countries, other than school. I don't see any international travel plans in our near future. I would LOVE to go to Colorado, though!!

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  3. This is awesome! Such a fun way to "travel".

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  4. This looks like great fun, yet educational!
    My 4yo Tristan was born in Germany (we're British, so Tristan has also travelled around Europe as a baby!

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  5. What a wonderful idea. My daughter and son-in-law travel so much and this would be a wonderful gift for their daughter, thanks for sharing!

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  6. I think this is fun! I've seen them around a little online, and I always think they're a good idea. Thanks for breaking it down more so I could see what it's actually all about.

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  7. I am home schooling and we are going to give this a try to make learning about other places a little more fun.

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  8. Oh my gosh, how cute is that. My husbands daughter is a German teacher and I bet she would love the subscription of Little Passports for her two kids.

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  9. I love the idea f this, once my daughter gets a little older I know what I am getting her!

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  10. I have to admit I think this is such a sweet idea - and what a great way to get to know a little more about the world x

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  11. That is a great educational subscription box with a nice price. I bet my grandson would love to get one.

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  12. This is really pretty cool! I love the educational and fun ideas these companies are coming up with. Something besides video games. Really nice.

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  13. I have been looking into this program for my homeschooling, thanks for the insights

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  14. My kids love their Little Passport subscription! It is very inexpensive, educational and something they love to get in the mail!

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  15. Those Little Passports look like so much fun for kids! It's education but in a fun way.

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  16. This is too cute. We're looking to turn our kids into world travelers within the next few years, so this Little Passports would be a great introduction. Time to add it to their Christmas list!

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  17. My daughter got this a few months ago and loved it!

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  18. I bet my kids would love that. We are starting to travel more and they are wanting to learn about more places.

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  19. It's really great to find things like these that teach kids that the world is bigger than their home.

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  20. I love activities that are fun and educational for kids. This reminds me of Carmen Sandeigo. Did I just date myself? lol
    Dawn ~ Spatulas On Parade

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  21. I got the US version but think this world version would rock. I think World Geography would be great to explore.

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  22. I am a HUGE proponent of teaching kids geography from a young age so they understand the world is so much bigger than just themselves. I think this product is very helpful in doing that.

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  23. How fun and the kids learn a lot.. love it; can't wait for my daughter to be old enough for this; such a great idea. Thanks for sharing

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