Go globetrotting with Little Passports

It’s cruel to taunt you with fabulous finds knowing that they can’t be delivered to Australia. On the other hand, I figure if lots of Babyologists say “Oh, please, please, please!”, designers and stores are prompted to turn their attention to delivery Downunder. That said, I’ll be first in line for Little Passports.

Little Passports is a subscription program that allows children to armchair travel. Each month, characters Sofia and Sam, take off to a new destination on their magical scooter and share their experiences with kids via Little Passports. Little Passports subscribers receive an adventure letter, fun souvenirs, stickers for their ‘passport’ and suitcase, activities and access to online games and activities in the mail.

Sofia and Sam get up to all sorts of things from sampling sushi and climbing Mount Fuji in Japan to skiing the Alps and eating cake in France.

There’s lots to love about a program like Little Passports – start with looking forward to the mail arriving and then add the excitement of discovering where Sofia and Sam have travelled. Plus, it’s educational, with lots of information about the culture, history and geography of counties around the world.

For the record, Little Passports offers different packages ranging in price from US$11 to US$14 per month for US residents.

P.S. Please, please, please bring Little Passports to Australia!

(via Ohdeedoh)

Katrina Whelen

Katrina studied planning and design, did the hard yards working in a big office building and then traded it all in for a relaxing (!) life at home with four children. She now fills her time with writing, completing a degree in genetics and taxiing her children around Melbourne to their various sporting commitments (not necessarily in that order).

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