Little Passports Announces Early Explorers for Preschoolers

Little Passports has just introduced a new program for preschoolers, called Early Explorers. In a previous Miles Geek article we described the Little Passports program. A new program has been introduced that is customized for children from three to five years of age.

Little Passports Logo
Little Passports Logo

After you subscribe, each month, your child is introduced to a new theme like animals, music, or landmarks. During the first month a Traveler’s Kit arrives in an orange suitcase that holds many items to help a child start learning about the world:
• 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
• Souvenirs
• Flashlight Adventures
• Stickers and wall decals

One of my favorite travel quotes is – “The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page”. St. Augustine

The younger they are when you expose your children to other places and cultures the more likely they are to explore the world when they have the opportunity. As a traveler who appreciates how much I have learned by looking beyond my own culture, Early Explorers seems to me like a wonderful holiday gift for young children.

Learn more about Early Explorers from Little Passports.
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Kathy Stafford
Kathy Stafford

Kathy Stafford is a writer, publisher and editor. She was a contributing author to "Sasha Cohen Fire on Ice". She has been a contributing editor to several publications including, "Discover Balboa Park: A Complete Guide". Kathy was publisher and editor of "Skating Sketches", reporting on figure skating worldwide, for over ten years. She was a credentialed journalist as a figure skating specialist for the 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City. She has covered international skating events in Switzerland, France, Finland, England, Canada and the United States with published articles in Canada, Japan, and the United States. Although she never accepted an assignment, she was on the list of approved Lonely Planet authors for three years. She is currently combining her love of travel, and her background as a writer and editor, as a publisher and author of travel related journalism. In addition, she blogs about her search for her family roots at

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