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This month we received the next stop in our world travels with Little Passports: Mexico! If you have been following my Little Passports series, we first received the introductory kit, then traveled to Brazil, Japan, and France, and Australia. Not familiar with Little Passports? For just $10.95/month, you can keep your children ages 5-12 years old engaged, learning, and most of all having fun with either the World Edition or USA Edition subscriptions. Each month your child will be on a new adventure learning geography, culture and history of different countries or states through access to online games, activity sheets, stickers, maps, souvenirs and so much more!
One of the best parts of having a Little Passport’s subscription is the element of surprise each month. My little girl eagerly awaits the arrival of her package each month, which is stamped with the next country destination. This month she was excited to open up her envelope from Mexico and discover all of the fun activities and treats!
See below what we received in this month’s package:
Letter from Sam & Sofia describing their adventures in Mexico
Mexico Boarding Pass (can be attached to suitcase and has access code for online games specific to country)
(2) Mexico Stickers (this is a fun way to remember each country and one can be placed on the suitcase while the other goes in the passport)
Picture of Same & Sofia in Mexico (very realistic!)
Activity Sheet with traditional Mexican recipe and other fun games!
Wooden Balero Game
Why not give your little one the fun of surprise, learning, and discovery each month?
Little Passports offers a variety of pricing plans to fit your needs:
Monthly Plan: $11.95/month (billed monthly; cancel anytime)
3 Month Plan: $13.95/month (one-time payment $41.85)
6 Month Plan: $13.95/month (one-time payment of $83.70)
12 Month Plan: $10.95/month (one-time payment of $131.40) *Best Value
To sign up for Little Passports or to learn more click here!
Thank you to Little Passports for providing the product mentioned in this post. Although I received this product free of charge, all opinions expressed are my own. See full PR Disclosure Statement in tab above.