Across the country cars are being loaded down with bags, bug spray and sunblock. Keeping curious little minds engaged isn't always easy, so Little Passports has created a fun backseat search game for your readers to play. The Little Passports License Plate Find-It Game is a great way for parents and kids to interact with the countryside as they make their way on their summer adventure. Don't forget to also let your site visitors know about the Little Passports USA Edition -- a wonderful way to bring the road trip home all year long! **The links in this post are affiliate links and I will receive a small commission if you make a purchase after clicking on my link.
License Plate Find-It Game from Little Passports You're packing up the car with bags, swimwear, card games and coloring books. You have just about everything you need for a magical driving adventure. How about a road trip game that everyone can enjoy? Little Passports, a global online learning adventure, has put together the License Plate Find-It Game that you can take along on your trip (Don't worry Dad, this won't take up any space. Promise!) and spend many miles seeking out the states and having fun as you go.
Subscribe to Little Passports and bring the road trip home all year long! Little Passports is a learning adventure that takes your child through two states (with the Little Passports USA Edition) every month. Little Passports subscribers journey along with characters Sam and Sofia as they explore the US, complete with an assortment of travel accessories. Simply sign up for a monthly plan ($11.95/month) or a one year subscription ($10.95/month) and let the adventure begin!
You can find more activity sheets and even follow along with Sam and Sophia's US road trip on the Little Passports Blog.
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Summer Reading List from Little Passports Lazy summer afternoons are made for curling up with a good book and traveling to a faraway land. Little Passports, a global online adventure, has put together some of their favorite books for young readers looking for a traveling adventure. Here are their top three picks…
Everybody Cooks Rice, by Norah Dooley
Carrie’s mother asks her to go out into the neighborhood to find her brother for dinnertime. During her search, she stops by every house on the block and discovers that each family’s dinner includes a customary rice dish of their nationality. Set in San Francisco, this story exposes children to several cultures and their favorite rice dishes, and includes recipes for each meal mentioned, allowing you to bring the story to life in your own kitchen! (Recommended for ages 5-8)
Rickshaw Girl, by Mitali Perkins
This story takes place in 10-year-old Naima’s village in Bangladesh. After riding and wrecking her father’s rickshaw, Naima sets out to find a job to right her wrong. Women are forbidden to work in her village, so she must disguise herself as a boy. Young readers will learn valuable lessons about social equality and bravery as Naima challenges the status quo to help her family. (Recommended for ages 7-10)
Go, Go America, by Dan Yaccarino
Do you know what state hosts the International Rotten Sneaker Contest? Find out the answer from the Farley family. Join them on their road trip across the USA as they pick up quirky facts about each of the fifty states along the way. This book is the ultimate addition to your own family’s summer road trip! (Recommended for ages 8-10)
I am now back from my blogging hyatis and I have lots to share. There will be some amazing reviews and giveways to come. I will not be posting as often as I usually do as I am preparing for the birth of baby number 2!