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.
Depending on which subscription parents choose, kids receive a package from Sam and Sofia each month focusing on either two states (for the US edition) or a country (for the international plan) filled with goodies like souvenirs, a travel journal, stickers, pop-out models and more.
My son’s introductory package included the cutest little suitcase with the story of Sam and Sofia and his very own “passport” (which he currently carries in his Paul Frank wallet just in case he discovers his own magical scooter—a four year old can never be too prepared).
Little Passports is a fun way for kids to learn about the world around them and flex their imaginations. A variety of plans are available to suit your child’s needs. It would also be fabulous for the holidays because it’s the gift that keeps on giving. And, really, who doesn’t love mail?
Find out more about the service at LittlePassports.com.
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