Travel to Japan & Brazil with Little Passports

This is a sponsored post.  As with all the products I blog about, I use them personally and opinions are my own, I was not influenced in any way by the compensation I received.   How would you like to go to Japan & Brazil? I know I would like to, but time and money makes it impossible. However, Little Passports has helped Bryson & Zoey “travel” to Japan & Brazil these past two months. brazil

About Little Passports: 

“Every month, our globetrotting characters Sam and Sofia visit a new country and send your child an exciting package in the mail including a letter, fun and unique souvenirs, stickers, photos, access to online games/activities in our Boarding Zone and more! A total of 24 different adventures available” japan

My Thoughts: 

I have mentioned before how much I love Little Passports. I think it’s the perfect way to let your kids explorer the world with out all the cost. Each package comes with a picture, letter, educational worksheet and a special gift that is related to that area. My daughter’s favorite was Brazil. She really liked the amethyst that came from the mines in Maraba. She carried it around in her pocket for a couple of days. She told me when she grows up she’s going to go to the same mine and get another rock. My son LOVED Japan. He loved learning and “trying” to make some origami. I love the fact  that now they both can say something about Japan & Brazil. They got the hands on learning experience with out  me dishing out tons of money.

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2 comments

  1. i love this idea! kids dont seem to know much about geography or foreign cultures so i think this would be a great learning experience.

  2. What a marvelous idea! This would make Geography and culture fun to learn! And I’m sure kids would love the anticipation of receiving their package and enjoy checking the mailbox daily! I would be just as excited!

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