I love both Montessori education and Little Passports. I’ve found that they can work well together in a Montessori homeschool and/or Montessori-friendly home.
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Little Passports has had some exciting happenings recently:
- Inc 500/5000: Little Passports was ranked No. 609 overall and 46 in the Consumer Products & Services category on the 2014 Inc. 500|5000, an exclusive ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies.
- Time for Kids: Last month Little Passports was on the cover of Time Magazine for Kids!
- Going Global: Little Passports just launched in the UK and Australia!
There’s something even more exciting at Little Passports right now! Check it out!
Little Passports has a wonderful new program for preschoolers, called Early Explorers. Children ages 3 to 5 can experience the joy of learning about new cultures.
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:
- 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
I’ll be posting at Little Passports about a Montessori-inspired approach to Little Passports on the 17th. Until then, please also check out all my Montessori-inspired Little Passports activities. (Note: I’ve integrated the Little Passports World Edition packages with the Montessori geography curriculum for ages 3-6. If you follow my posts, you can use the Little Passports World Edition for multi-age learning for preschoolers through age 10. The Early Explorers has different themes from the World Edition and could be used in addition to or instead of the World Edition for preschoolers.)
UPDATE: Here’s the link to my post at Little Passports: A Montessori-Inspired Approach to Little Passports.