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Montreal Families

A neat way for kids to learn about the world

For children who dream of international adventures, there is a monthly subscription service that allows them to discover the world for significantly less than the price of a plane ticket.

Little Passports allows kids to follow the adventures of two globetrotting friends, Sam and Sofia, on their monthly travels.

Upon signup, kids receive an “explorer kit” with a small suitcase, passport, introductory letter and world map.  They then receive packages in the mail containing interesting facts, letters about adventures, stickers, photos and souvenirs about a new country every month. A U.S.A. edition also exists with packages on various states. Subscription also includes access to online games and activities.

The service is designed for kids ages 5 to 10. A 12-month subscription is $131.40 plus $20 shipping; monthly and six-month options are also available.

For more information, visit littlepassports.com.

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