As a rule, we generally like to use literature and living books to cover all of the major subjects in our homeschool. Geography, however, is one of those subjects that can’t quite be thoroughly explored with living books alone. Since memorizing maps isn’t the best way of making geography fun and interesting, I like to include whatever hands-on projects that I can to make the lessons more memorable. When I heard about Little Passports, I thought it would be a great solution for homeschool geography, both U.S. and World. They’re currently having a sale, so I thought I would pass along the information here:
Little Passports is the perfect way to keep your kids learning and having fun at home, on the road, over the weekend or even on a plane! From October 22nd – 31st, Little Passports has a sale that will save you $20 on a new 1 year subscription when you use the code OCT20 at checkout. The packages take your children on new adventures around the US or the world, depending on what option you choose… but take a look at the subscriptions yourself and decide what you want here: Early Bird Sale at Little Passports from Oct 22nd-31st!
My girls love getting stuff in the mail anyway, so it’s extra fun to look forward to a Little Passports envelope when they know it will be full of stickers and activity pages so they can have a fun time learning together. It saves planning time on my part, too. (Hint to grandparents: a subscription would make a cool present for the grandkids!)
If you want to give Little Passports a try, now is the time to save some money. The last day to get the discount is Oct. 31st, so hurry before the sale ends!
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