Little Passports (Giveaway!)

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Geography, history, culture, language and travel are some of my favorite things, and as a mother I have always tried to pass on the same love of discovering the world to my boys. I wish a program like Little Passports had existed when they were little but I couldn’t resist accepting an offer to review it despite my boys now being 15 and 11 years old.

When you sign up, you get this adorable travel suitcase, a large world map, a passport, stickers, activity sheets, and more.

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My favorite thing besides the cute passport, was one of the activities that required looking at the map to find capitals of countries, which would then reveal a secret code. The recommended age range for the World version of Little Passports is 5 to 10 years old, and for the USA edition it’s 7 to 12 years old, but my 11 year old and I had fun exploring the contents of the suitcase and doing the activities together.

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Each month of your subscription, your child receives a packet for exploring a new country, (or states in the USA edition.) We also received the packet for Japan which came with a letter, a photo, a fun sushi eraser as a souvenir, a boarding pass which provides access to online games, stickers, activity sheets, and really high quality origami paper with instructions.

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The letters you receive each month are written by fictional characters named Sam and Sophia who have a magical motor scooter which takes them anywhere they want to go. This is a fun premise for little kids but obviously my 11 year old kind of rolled his eyes at me when I explained that part, so that’s the only reason I would say the recommended age ranges are accurate — otherwise, Little Passports is a lot of fun for kids and adults of all ages. I say adults because while my younger son and I were folding origami, Carlos got curious and insisted I give up my seat so he could try it.

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Are you ready to win your own subscription to Little Passports? See details below!

====GIVEAWAY CLOSED. CONGRATULATIONS, SUSAN!====

GIVEAWAY DETAILS

Prize description: One lucky winner will receive a 3-month subscription of Little Passports World Edition.

Approximate value: $41.85

How to Enter:

Mandatory entry: Just leave a comment below telling me which country in the world you would most like to explore with your child, grandchild, niece, or nephew. (Please read official rules below before entering.)

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• Follow Latinaish on Twitter, and leave a comment here w/your Twitter name.

• “Like” the Latinaish Facebook page, and leave a comment here saying that you did.

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• Subscribe to Latinaish.com in the sidebar on the right where it says “Free Delivery” either via email through WordPress.com or on Bloglovin’ and leave a comment here saying that you did.

Official Rules: No purchase necessary. You must be 18 years of age or older to enter. You must be able to provide a U.S. address for prize shipment. Your name and address will only be shared with the company in charge of prize fulfillment. Please no P.O. Boxes. One entry per household. Make sure that you enter a valid email address in the email address field so you can be contacted if you win. Winner will be selected at random. Winner has 48 hours to respond. After 48 hours, a new winner will be selected at random. Giveaway entries are being accepted between September 20th, 2013 through September 25th, 2013. Entries received after September 25th, 2013 at 11:59 pm, will not be considered. The number of eligible entries received determines the odds of winning. If you win, by accepting the prize, you are agreeing that Latinaish.com assumes no liability for damages of any kind. By entering your name below you are agreeing to these Official Rules. Void where prohibited by law.

Buena suerte / Good luck!

Disclosure: I received this product for review purposes. No other compensation was given. As always, all opinions are my own.

Posted on September 20, 2013, in Culture, Familia, niños, travel. Bookmark the permalink. 35 Comments.

  1. I would like to explore Japan with my son.

  2. Love your blog! It is a dream for me to explore Colombia with my children! I am a first generation born Colombian American and my children need to know first hand more about their heritage. Although we talk about it at home all the time, the in person experience is a must!

  3. I feel like I’m stalking you lol My kids 6 & 8 seem to have an ongoing obsession with China

  4. I would love to explore Guatemala, so that my son can learn more about his roots!

  5. I like Latinaish on Facebook!

  6. I follow you on Pinterest!

  7. I follow you on Twitter too! @SjmRivas

  8. I subscribe to Latinaish.com! :)

  9. I would love to explore Mexico with my daughter. I’ve been there twice and I can’t wait to take her :)

  10. I follow you on Twitter under the name JEngelland.

  11. I like you on Facebook.

  12. I follow you on Pinterest :)

  13. I’m subscribed to latinaish.com

  14. Save this for Emily.

  15. I’d love to visit any of the Asian countries!

  16. I’m following on twitter! @lainditamaria

  17. Facebook follower here!

  18. I can’t wait to show Julian around Spain! It changed my life and I hope it changes his life too!

  19. I follow you on pinterest

  20. I follow you on facebook!

  21. I am taking my girls to Ecuador in a month and will love to explore my native country with them so I can “ecuadorianizarlas” un poco más! :)

  22. I follow you on Facebook

  23. I follow you on Twitter

  24. And I follow you on Pinterest now :)

  25. I would like to explore Italy with my daughter, I lived there for a short time before I had her and it would be great to take her there.

  26. I follow on twitter! @kristiefowler

  27. I like on facebook!

  28. I follow on Pinterest! kbearfowler

  29. We had Little Passports for awhile. My 10 year old saved the suitcase and still pulls it out sometimes. But it would be great for my 4 year old now. We’d love to explore any country, but I’ll pick France since my husband has always loved France.

  30. I follow you on twitter @suzcluz

  31. I follow you on Pinterest!

  32. I would love to take my kids to Spain; my husband’s latest idea is Costa Rica. Either would be awesome! Thanks for the giveaway.

  33. I like latinish on Facebook

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