A tiny global adventure

Little Passports
United States (San Francisco)

The world is full of different people and cultures, each with their own unique stories to tell. Getting children to understand the scale of the world they live in can be a challenge, but Little Passports has created a fun and interactive way to do just that – through independent learning.

Both exposed to different cultures while growing up, the co-founders, mums (and best friends) Amy Norman and Stella Ma have a shared vision: “inspiring children to learn about the world.” In 2009, they launched Little Passports to teach kids about geography.

When you subscribe to Little Passports ‘World Edition‘, your child receives a monthly package in the post, filled with activities, souvenirs and information about countries and cultures from across the globe. They even receive their own passport and suitcase to take on their travels.

Little Passports doesn’t just help children understand their role as a global citizen, it also has ‘Science Expeditions‘, with hands-on STEM activities – making it a great tool for shaping the FutureHeroes of tomorrow.

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Written by

Matthew Cooper (19 January 2018)


Student at Bournemouth University and intern/accidental activist with Atlas of the Future, Matthew spends his time promoting the solutions of tomorrow and staying out of his overdraft.

Project leader

Amy Norman and Stella Ma, Co-Founders

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