Monday, March 17, 2014

Little Passports Month 7 ...South Africa!

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Let me start like I always do, by giving you a brief overview of Little Passports.  Little Passports is a childrens monthly subscription box. Depending on your child's age you can choose the World Edition, which is geared towards younger kids and what I receive, OR you can choose the US Edition. The US edition is a bit out of Nate's age range, so we are traveling the globe!  

Every month your child gets a brown padded envelope (after the first month where you receive your suitcase) from a new location in the world.  It always says on the outside where it is from. I try to hide the packages and open them on the weekends when V is napping, but she has now discovered the awesomeness of this kit and she won't let us open it without her. It does make picture taking a bit trickier and a bit more chaotic around the table.

This month Sam and Sophia went to South Africa!  

Not gonna lie, the "souvenirs"  they send are pretty darn awesome.  This month they got...a bird whistle.  Not any old bird whistle.  It is one of those whistles you put water into and blow. I LOVE THESE.

This month had the traditional worksheets, stickers, and hangtag with gives you access to the online game content.  (We have yet to log in for this month)

Our travel suitcase is getting so full of stickers!!

Thank goodness for passport stickers!  Three stickers plus three kids equals a happy mom with happy kids.  Of course V puts the stickers ON the Little Passports logo. It took 7 months before it happened! I call that a win!

AIdan worked on the sheet, but really though...this month was, and is, still all about the whistle.  I kind of had to hide it from them. Shhh...don't tell them!

So there you have it!  Month 7 of Little Passports!  Feel free to click the image below to get to the site to learn out more!

Disclaimer: Little Passports provided me with this box free of charge to review.  I was under no obligation to write a positive review.  All pictures and opinions are my own.

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