Nanny to Mommy: Little Passports Subscription Review {Thankful for our Followers Giveaway Hop}



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Monday, November 3, 2014

Little Passports Subscription Review {Thankful for our Followers Giveaway Hop}

I received complimentary products to provide this review, all opinions are my own.
 
I am excited to introduce you to Little Passports and have included it in my Holiday Gift Guide.  Little Passports is your child's ticket to an exciting global adventure. Inspire a love and understanding of the world as your child learns about a new country every month.
 


You can sign up for one (or both) subscriptions to follow Sam and Sofia on their exciting adventures around the USA and the world. Inspire a love and understanding of the world as your child learns about geography, history, culture, and language in a fun and memorable way. Watch as your children race to the mailbox every month to learn about Sam and Sofia’s latest destinations. Monthly packages arrive filled with lots of goodies and access to online games and activities.



Every month, follow our characters Sam and Sofia as they embark on a new country adventure. Your first month’s Explorer Kit arrives in a suitcase and contains everything your child needs to get started: a letter from Sam and Sofia, a map, a passport, stickers, access to online games and more. Country specific packages filled with fun souvenirs, letters, stickers, photos, activity sheets and more arrive every month thereafter.
Recommended age 5 to 10 years old.


Little Passports USA Edition
 
With your USA Edition subscription, Sam and Sofia travel to and experience the wonders of all 50 states. Kick-off your USA adventure with the first month’s Discovery Kit which includes a letter from Sam and Sofia, a USA Field Guide, a USA scratch book, a map, and a camera. Sam and Sofia then travel to two new states every month and send an activity-packed travel journal with stickers, postcards, pop-out models and access to online activities.
Recommended age 7 to 12 years old.
 
We received the introductory explorer kit for the world edition and even though my daughter is a little young for it, she is loving everything that came with it and learning about the different places. Make sure to follow Little Passports on Facebook, Twitter, and/or Pinterest.

And NOW they have a NEW program for the littles! :D
Read more about it HERE.



I am excited to offer one very lucky Nanny to Mommy reader a THREE month subscription to Little Passports! Entry is simple. Just comment and then submit entry in the Rafflecopter below. That's it!

 
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Welcome to the [2nd Annual] Thankful for our Followers Giveaway Hop
 
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YOU are the reason that bloggers like us host giveaways so we've decided it’s time for all of us bloggers to show even more of our appreciation to you… our readers and blog followers. Normally we offer giveaways with entries to help boost our blog and following numbers, but this Hop is all about making it easier on YOU.
Each blogger in this Hop is offering a wonderful prize, worth at least $25 and ALL giveaways have only ONE way to enter! Hop around to them all as we show you how we’re Thankful for YOU!


Nanny to Mommy, So Easy Being Green, Viva Veltoro, the Blogging Mamas Network, and the Thankful for Our Followers participating bloggers are not responsible for sponsors who do not fulfill prize obligations. Open to US only, must be 18+ to enter. One entry per household/IP address. Although Nanny to Mommy receive complimentary items to provide this review/giveaway, all opinions are our own. Winner is chosen via random.org, ALL winning entries are verified. This post contains affiliate links.

181 comments:

  1. I would pick the USA edition - I would love to use this for my girls to learn more about all 50 states!

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  2. I would chose the world addition.

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  3. i like the usa edition. my kids are younger and i am planning to road trip next year around the country. i love the moe active way little passportsd explores places.

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  4. I would pick the Little Passports World Edition because I have a 5 and an 8 year old so they would both be able to use it. I like Little Passports because it helps teach kids about culture and that the world is bigger than their backyard.

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  5. I'd pick the world edition subscription. Thanks!!

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  6. I would do the Little Passports World Edition because my kids have been to many of the states! Cute giveway!

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  7. I would choose the Little Passports USA Edition subscription because I think it is a great way to teach kids about the states!

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  8. The world edition, we haven't done any traveling but I plan to take him to Israel!!

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  9. I would choose the USA edition because it would be a great way to teach my daughter about the US!!
    jbang0331 at yahoo dot com

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  10. Trisha Chamberlain11/03/2014 10:21:00 AM

    Both would be amazing, but first I would pick the USA version so that we would have the chance to actually visit some of the places. Then the world edition so we would be able to dream do the places we may be able to one day go. What a wonderful thing to be able to experience all of the things with my child that I don't know and haven't learned before. What a wonderful learning adventure!

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  11. I would choose the world edition because we have traveled the usa quite a bit, but they haven't learned much about the world yet.

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  12. We have a Little Passport subscription. My son loves it. We do the world. We have learned a lot. Would love to hit the states

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  13. Little Passports USA Edition is the one i would pick.I think the kids would enjoy learning about the USA.

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  14. My kids are a bit older so I would choose the USA Edition. We love going on road trips to learn more about America and I think this would fit right in. What a great idea!

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  15. I'd pick the Little Passports World Edition. I think it would entertain both my children and I would probably learn something too!

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  16. I'd love the USA edition because my daughter will be studying states this year at school.

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  17. I would pick the Little Passports World Edition because it would be exciting to learn about other countries with my son. I think it is important to learn about other cultures and not just our own.

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  18. I would chose the World Edition. My son would love learning about other countries and getting monthly packages!

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  19. I would pick the world edition - i love the concept of this and would love to give it a try!!

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  20. I would pick the World Edition. My grandchildren are more in that age group than the USA one.

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  21. If I won, I would pick the USA Edition subscription. It would be great to have my LO learn about the USA first, then the world! Thanks!

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  22. Would love to try the world edition. Thanks!

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  23. Cindy B (on rc) ~ I like it because it would be something that my child would enjoy (and we could enjoy doing together). I would likely choose the USA edition.

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  24. nicole deardorf11/03/2014 02:30:00 PM

    I would choose the states edition. i love that this is a fun and interactive way to get kids to learn.

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  25. Darlene Jones-Nelson11/03/2014 02:34:00 PM

    I would choose the Counrty Adventure kits! I love that it teaches how other people are different and the same in other countries

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  26. I would choose the USA edition. I had never heard of Little Passport before reading this post. These sound like a fun interactive way to teach my boys about traveling.

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  27. I'd choose the USA edition. I like that it teaches children about different areas.

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  28. I would choose the World Edition! I love that Little Passports has such a fun hands on way of introducing children to our wonderful world!

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  29. I would pick the USA edition. My 6 yr old loves maps & globes.

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  30. I would pick the World edition. I like it because it we don't have the finances to travel extensively, but I want to expose my children to as much as I can.

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  31. I would pick the USA edition because there's so much cool stuff in America to learn about!

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  32. I would pick world edition!

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  33. I would pick the world edition for my daughter. I love that it teaches about different places and cultures

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  34. I would pick the USA edition so my toddler can learn about her country first.

    Heather Johnson

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  35. The Little Passports USA Edition so my grandson can learn about the US

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  36. I would choose the Little Passports USA Edition because my nephew is very interested in learning about the states right now.

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  37. I would pick the one about the world, because I think my son would like learning about different countries!

    -Hannah Avery

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  38. little passports usa ,to help my children learn about all states

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  39. I would like the USA sub. I love gifts that help kids learn!

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  40. I would choose the World Edition for my grandson.

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  41. I would choose the world edition. I think my kiddos would learn a lot about the world that way, and I think I would learn some things, too!

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  42. I would pick the World edition Explorer for my Granddaughter as she loves to learn about other countries

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  43. I would love to pick the US Edition for my niece. I think the product would do really good with her homeschooling, and she would really enjoy it!

    Ashley Busse
    ashleybusse@ymail.com

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  44. I would pick the world explorer for my niece, she would have a lot of fun with it. I like that they explore new places and your child gets the excitement of getting a new kit in the mail once a month.

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  45. I would pick the world edition so that my son and I could learn about faraway places.

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  46. I would like to have the USA edition for my grandson. I know he would enjoy this. He loves to receive packages in the mail and this would be great. Linda Bradshaw , teachinmomma123abc@yahoo.com

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  47. I would pick the USA edition for my grandson. What a great way to learn about countries, his own and others!

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  48. I would pick the Explorer Kit. My kids all love to get things in the mail, and I could truly see this keeping them occupied for a good amount of time!

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  49. I think the explorer kit would be good, my grandkids love getting things in the mail and would love to learn about places in the us and world

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  50. I would pick the world subscription. I think it would be great to be able to explore the world, and we travel across the U.S. already.

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  51. I love the Explorer kit, my little one is very curious and I think it would be great for her. I love that the Little Passport kits are themed and designed for little ones! Everyone likes getting a package in the mail!

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  52. I would pick the world edition since I know my kids would get a big kick out of learning about other countries.

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  53. I would pick the USA Edition. Teaching little ones all about our Country is so important!

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  54. I would pick the USA edition, this would go great with what my kids are studying right now!

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  55. I'd pick the world edition!

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  56. I would pick world edition, so kids could learn different things. The kids get a box in the mail.

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  57. I would pick the USA edition. I like Little Passports because of the children's geographical knowledge and cute comprehensive laid out packs, that they offer, my kids love travelling, they've only been to eleven states, right now they refer to a different state as another world.

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  58. I would pick the world so my child could learn about lands far away.

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  59. I would pick the USA edition because my 9 year old is just starting to learn about states and geography and is fascinated by it.

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  60. I would pick the USA edition. This would be fun to add to our homeschool library.

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  61. I would pick the USA edition - my nephew & niece will be going on a cross-country trip with their parents in the Spring and I think this would be a really fun way for them to learn about some of the places they'll be visiting!

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  62. I would choose the USA one because it looks like a great way to teach my son about the U.S.

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  63. I would choose the world edition, being that my husband is active duty we do allot of traveling

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  64. I would choose the early explorers for my niece

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  65. I would pick the World edition to expand my godson's view of the world around him.

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  66. I think Early Explorers for Alysia because of the age appropriateness. She is very interested in animals and very inquisitive
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  67. Early explorers since my oldest is just 3.

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  68. Thanks for the great giveaway! Awesome.

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  69. Early explorers would be best for my little ones (2 and 3 years old.) I've commented twice because my first comment didn't fulfill the requirements of the contest. Sorry.

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  70. While the Early Explorers would be the most age appropriate, I think I'd go with the World Edition to share with my son. It would be a fun way to show him places around the globe.

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  71. I like the USA edition. A great way to teach my grandkids about the 50 states.
    savewish@yahoo.com

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  72. I would choose the World Edition. I like that it exposes kids to different cultures

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  73. I would chose little explorers passport! so perfect for my little one
    larissakasper (at) hotmail

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  74. I would pick the USA edition. I think its be very educational for my daughter. O have seen this company several times. I'd love to try them out before committing to a subscription.

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  75. I would chose the USA edition!

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  76. US edition for family vacations

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  77. I would choose the world edition because we are in the military and we travel the world and I think it would help my boys be ready for the new cultures we experience.

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  78. I'd go with the World Edition because it's the right age range, but they all sound wonderful. I'd love for my kids to learn more about the places they haven't had a chance to visit yet.

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  79. US Edition because I think they should know more about the US before exploring the world!

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  80. I would pick the world edition :) I think it's a fun way to learn about culture and geography!

    sara.drexler(at)mail.northcentral.edu

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  81. I'd get the Early Explorers subscription, I have a 3 year old son and I think he'd enjoy that.

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  82. I would pick the usa edition thanks for the chance
    amy williams
    sethandtjay@yahoo.com

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  83. I would pick the usa edition. I think this is a fun way to learn about other cultures

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  84. I think I would pick the USA edition , my daughter would love it.

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  85. I would choose the USA edition to help with my son's home schooling.

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  86. My daughter would love the USA edition.

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  87. I would like the world edition. These look like they are fun and educational. My grandson would love getting mail.

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  88. I would like the World edition. This looks fun and educational. My grandson would love getting mail.

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  89. I would choose the world edition and I like Little Passports because they make a great companion for a homeschooler studying geography! :D

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  90. The world suscription looks amazing!~

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  91. I would choose the Early Explorers for my little guy! We are military and move around often. I love the idea of him learning about new places and deciding where he wants to go one day!

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  92. I would pick the world one because of the uniqueness and fun to it!

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  93. I would pick the USA edition. I love for the kids to learn about the beauty of right where we live.

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  94. I want to pick the World Edition, but really should start with the states first. :)

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  95. I would love to get my kids started with the US subscription

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  96. I would pick the Little Passports USA Edition. I have three little nieces in that age group!

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  97. I would like to have the Little Passports USA Edition
    Thank You for the chance

    Fiona N

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  98. I think i'd pick the USA edition because my grandkids are young and need to learn of different areas.

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  99. I would choose world edition sine both my son and daughter love learning about other countries.

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  100. I would pick the world edition. Little Passports is great as a learning experience for kids.

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  101. I would choose the world edition because I think my son and daughter would both enjoy learning about other interesting places. I think Little Passports is neat because it helps introduce children to places outside of their small communities.

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  102. I would choose the world edition. I think this is great for kids to learn about the world.

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  103. I would choose the world edition because i like the idea of learning about foriegn places and different cultures

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  104. I would choose the world edition .I think it is important to learn about other countries and cultures

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  105. I think we would pick the USA edition! What a fun and interesting way to teach children about America.

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  106. I would choose the world edition - my kids would love this. I think this is such a cute idea.

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  107. I would pick the world edition and I like Little Passports because it's a really unique and inventive idea!

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  108. I would pick the world edition because I think it would be fun to learn about other cultures. I love the idea of Little Passports because I want my girls to be well educated about others.

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  109. I would pick the USA edition. My nephew is little, but it would be something educational and fun for him. I love Little Passports because it is a unique way to learn about something.
    Shelia S

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  110. I would pick the USA Edition because I would like for my son to learn about and understand the geography of his country, before I confuse him with the entire world. I think this is a great learning tool that will really excite kids to learn.

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  111. I think I would pick the USA edition because we take a lot of road trips for vacation to different places all over the US and this would give dd a way to explore where we are going before we go or to remember places that we have already been! I love that Little Passports allows kids to explore different places and locations without having to actually visit it!

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  112. I think they're both great, but I would love to pick the USA edition as a way to supplement teaching US history and geography.

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  113. The world edition. I gave this to my DD last year for her birthday and she LOVES it. Unfortunately, due to economic changes I can't afford to renew her subscription so winning this would be a dream.

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  114. I would pick the USA edition since I think my niece would enjoy it more and she will be 7 in a week.

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  115. I would choose the world edition!

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  116. I would pick the World edition. We love to travel and this is a great way for kids to learn more about the places we are going to visit.

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  117. Little Passports World Edition

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  118. Little Passports USA Edition for my daughter because I think she would enjoy it.

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  119. I would chose the Early Explorers edition for my granddaughter.

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  120. I would choose the World Edition for my 7 y.o. son. It is fun for kids to get photos and letters from Sam and Sofia who travel around the world and share their experience.

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  121. The World Edition, always saying to my grand babies, "the world is at your fingertips, how will you appreciate her"?
    They unlock doors in the halls of a child's imagination. What a beautiful magic!

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  122. I would choose the World Edition because I think this would be great for my grandson

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  123. I'd choose the World Edition, because my daughter is very interested in learning about other countries! I like Little Passports because it looks like a super fun way to learn!

    Jessica Ledford
    cherriesjessilee at gmail dot com

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  124. I would pick the world edition. I like that it comes with a map and passport

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  125. I would choose the USA edition because it would be a great way to teach my grand children about the US

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  126. I would choose the Little Explorers subscription for my daughter who turns 3 in April.

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  127. I would choose the USA Edition, and I like Little Passports because it affords my children the opportunity to learn about different places since we can't afford to travel & may never have the chance to visit those places.

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  128. i would choose the world edition for my daughter. i homeschool her and this would be a great way to introduce her to learning about the larger world and other cultures than our own.

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  129. I would pick usa bc I can use this in our home schooling

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  130. I would love the preschool edition for my son!! We have family in a different state and he loves the idea of traveling and learning about our country!

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  131. I would pick the USA Edition but both look adorable!

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  132. I would pick the USA Edition! My son would love this!

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  133. I would pick the usa edition I think all three kids in my house could enjoy this!

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  134. I would pick the Little Passports World Edition for my daughters!
    deannankeller@yahoo.com

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  135. I would pick the USA edition! They kids would love it!

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  136. I think the USA edition, love to learn about other places

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  137. I would chose the world addition.

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  138. I think I would choose the world edition. We homeschool our daughter and this would be a great way to learn about other countries and cultures. My daughter would love this! She already is eager about getting the mail and opening packages.

    Thanks :)

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  139. I would pick the world edition. We had a three month subscription before and my 5 year old LOVED it. She wants to be a world traveler so this is right up her alley!

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  140. Little Passports USA Edition for my little ones.

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  141. Little passports would be perfect for us :)

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  142. i would choose the USA edition for 7-12 year old. My kids would love learning about other states we may be able to visit on vacation.

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  143. I would choose the world edition. My in-laws travel alot and I would love to show my son where they are going.

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  144. My granddaughter would love the usa edition. She loves learning.

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  145. I would choose the world addition. My daughter likes to pretend she is on an airplane traveling with her little suitcase.

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  146. SO cool and adventurous! I would pick the ages 3-5 program. How fun!

    shevilkenevil1 at aol dot com

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  147. I would pick the Little Explorers subscription. I like the Flashlight Adventures feature.

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  148. Probably the 3-5 but maybe the world explorer one!

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  149. I would choose the world edition and I like it because it helps children to learn about the world!

    commonsenseandstilettos@yahoo.com
    Jasmine P

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  150. Maybe the USA edition because my daughter loves learning

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  151. I would pick the World edition because it would be fun to learn more about other countries!

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  152. I would pick the USA edition. I think it would be a great learning tool for my niece. Maybe she will be better acquainted with geography than I am. I like the Little Passports idea because it makes learning fun.

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  153. I would pick the Early Explorers edition for my preschooler. I know she loves getting mail and these activities look perfect for the winter months.

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  154. I would love the Early Explorers edition for my daughter.

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  155. I would get the USA edition- a great way to know more about our country. This would be perfect for my niece and nephew.

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  156. I would pick the Little Passports World Edition to expose my daughter to different countries!

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  157. I would pick the USA edition. I would have picked the World Edition but I want my kid to know everything from his country first, before learning other cultures. What a great subscription box! Thanks!

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  158. I'd pick the World Edition because I think it'd be great to learn about beyond our borders. I like Little Passports because it's interactive and educational in a fun way
    annejk112233 at yahoo dot com

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  159. I would choose the World Edition for my 5 year old! She has such a curious soul, this would be great for her to learn about different countries!

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  160. Little Passports World Edition, It's such a great idea to get kids interested in other places.

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  161. I would pick the World Edition since this would be my son who is almost 5, and this subscription fits that age. Thanks for the giveaway! :)

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  162. i'd love the US edition to become more familiar with our own country before learning more about the world! love a fun way to learn cultures and geography!

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  163. states - to help with school projects

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  164. I would choose the Little Passports USA Edition. Thanks for the chance!

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  165. I would choose the World Edition this would be a great Educational gift for my kids.

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  166. I would pick the world edition. I think this would be fun for Family Fun Night- maybe even with a themed dinner/movie night! The email I check most often is fossil316@aol.com

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  167. I homeschool my three children and we are studying US history and geography this year so the USA edition would be perfect for us!

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  168. so glad they made a subscription for younger kids

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  169. I would choose the World Edition would be so awesome for my Little ones

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  170. I would choose the early learners for my daughter! She would love getting mail each month with exciting activities!

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  171. I like the USA Edition but would go with the World Edition since it comes with a "case". This would go good with our home school lessons.

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  172. I would choose the USA edition, this would help my granddaughters that live with me with what they are learning in school

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  173. I would choose the World Edition for my niece. She loves to learn.
    Sherri J

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  174. I would choose the World Edition, for my seven year old son. I think Little Passports is such a cool product.

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  175. I would pick Little Passports World Edition for my 4.5 year old son. I love that it teaches them about the world around them. Julie smartsavvymama@gmail.com

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  176. I have a 2 year old & a 4 year old so I would choose the Early Explorers!

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  177. I would pick the USA edition since my sons are 9 and 11.

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Thanks!
♥,
Diana