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Little Passports is one of my favorite additions we made to our homeschool this year. We travel a lot and so for this reason alone, my children having a better understanding of geography and other cultures is important to me, but those things were important before the travel bug bit our family. I’m not the only one interested in making sure my children have a good understanding of the world we live in–the post I wrote on how my family uses the Little Passports World Edition is one of the most popular posts here at My Sweet Homeschool.
This month, Little Passports Announces Early Explorers Subscription for a new age group…Preschoolers!
The program works similarly to the older editions, but geared for the younger learner. Each month, your child will be introduced to a new theme like animals, music, and landmarks. Early Explorers is designed with preschoolers in mind and provides fun and educational activities, souvenirs and stickers. During the first month, a Traveler’s Kit arrives in a fun orange suitcase. It holds everything a child needs to start learning about the world. I’m glad for this, because my preschooler, Brooke, has been coveting her older sisters’ blue world edition suitcases for some time… The suitcase includes:
- An activity book introducing new characters Max, Mia, and their dog Toby.
- A wall-sized world map
- Stickers and a wall decal
- A luggage tag
After the first month, a monthly World Theme Kit arrives, which contains:
- An activity booklet
- Flashlight Adventures
- Stickers and wall decals
Early Explorers makes a unique holiday gift for children ages 3 to 5. and you know how grandparents love giving educational gifts. Feel free to share any of these links with your parents and in-laws for a gift your preschool will really, truly benefit from as opposed to one made of plastic or that needs batteries!
Learn more about Early Explorers from Little Passports.