Little Passports 3 Month Subscription giveaway!

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SonnyBonoConcourseJillian loves to travel and she loves Little Passports.

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.

That’s right! I have exclusive access to give away a 3 month trial to one of the coolest subscriptions in the land, Little Passports. Enter now and you could have your own subscription by the end of the month!

Our family has purchased the World traveler subscription and the USA subscription.  I’m also a Little Passports affiliate. We love this service at our house, so I’m especially excited for the chance to share it with you!

A Facebook giveaway

Little Passports is also hosting their own Facebook giveaway this week! Use this link below to sign up to win a 1 year Little Passports subscription and a Melissa & Doug Birthday Bundle. (That is $250 worth of goodies!) The deadline to sign up to win this prize is April 25th.

If you miss out on this weeks opportunity, don’t fret…There is one more week of giveaways to enter.

http://platform.votigo.com/fbsweeps/sweeps/Birthday-Giveaway

A SimpleKids.net giveaway

I’m hosting a giveaway here on the blog, too. One lucky SimpleKids.net reader will win a 3 month trial subscription to Little Passports.

To enter

Answer the following question in the comments below this post: If you and your kids could go anywhere in the world, where would you go?

This giveaway will end at midnight EST April 30, 2014.  The winner will be announced here on the blog.  The winner will have seven days to claim their prize. Good luck! Note: this service is available in the US only.  Thanks.

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About Kara

Kara Fleck is the editor of Simple Kids. She is a small town mama, writer, knitter, bookworm, and hooligan. Kara lives in Indiana with her husband Christopher and their four children Jillian, Max, Lucy, and Amelia. You can find more of her writing at KElizabethFleck.com.

Comments

  1. We would love to go to Puerto Rico where my husband was born.

  2. We’d head to Hawaii for some relaxation!

  3. Too many choices! I’d love to go to France, and at least one child would choose France, too. But I’d be up for anywhere – so many places I’d love to see!

  4. Italy and France, or Hawaii!

  5. Love to see the Florida Keys with my boy, ah ha guess where we’re heading next week
    Yippee
    X

  6. I have to agree with Hillarie’s post above where she says there are too many choices. I think Greece would be a good starting point though :)

  7. Rebecca N. says:

    I would take them to the Philippines or Prague.

  8. I would love to go to England. My daughter is 5 and would love to go to Australia, probably for the animals!
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  9. Given that I’ve barely traveled, there are too many places I’d love to go. I think we would start with European countries. My kids would probably like any place with exotic animals or castles, or anything that strikes the fancy!

  10. I’d choose Italy, my 6 year old says Australia, and my 4 year old says “wherever the Imagination Movers live” :-)

  11. I agree with others – so many amazing options! I’d love to travel to Canada or Scotland or Italy (or… or… ) sometime. :-)
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  12. We’d love to go to Ireland with our kiddos! We had the blessing of going there for our honeymoon 8 years ago. We’d love to take them back! :)

  13. If we could go anywhere in the world, we’d have a double trip of New Zealand and Australia :)
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  14. Mary Bell says:

    I’m dreaming of my taking my family to Paris!

  15. Brenda T. says:

    I would love to take my kids to Maui, where I was raised for half of my life.

  16. ooh, i’d love to take my kids to israel, kinda scary though.

  17. Any beachy locale would be wonderful! Perhaps Puerto Rico so we could practice our Spanish!
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  18. We are planning to go to Costa Rica sometime soon – we are ALL so excited!
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  19. I’d love to visit Australia with the family!

  20. Our daughter enjoys her Latin class. She might say Rome. Or start with a European country.

  21. Kirsten Day says:

    I would want to take my kids to Scotland, and a across America drive in an RV. :)

  22. My son LOVES trains. I mean…LOVES. And he is the kind of kid who can tell you all kinds of facts about trains, how they work, which ones are which….we’re talking way beyond Thomas. I’d love to take him to Europe where we can ride trains everywhere, and maybe see some rail history that is different from America’s. Thanks!

  23. Sandy Anker says:

    My oldest daughter is moving to London to attend film school, so I’d love to gather up the rest of the fam and follow her. :-D

  24. I would love to take my children to Europe. They would love all of the food!

  25. We would go to Hong Kong, where my brother and his family live. We can hardly wait to see their part of the world!

  26. I would love to take my children to Ireland and England. My husband and I are both American “mutts,” but our shared heritage is Irish and I would love to explore our homeland as a family.

  27. I’ve never been to Europe, so I’d love to start with that!

  28. Well, the members of our family all have different picks for their #1 place… My oldest daugther says England, my youngest says Ireland, and there has been lots of talk of Thailand too. I think my pick would be Greece!

  29. Spain – my husband and I were planning a trip before our son was born (surprise!) so now we’re hoping to do a family trip someday.

  30. Somewhere warm with a beautiful beach!

  31. I’d love to go to Australia.

  32. Italy

  33. Adelle F. says:

    Ireland to meet some of their distant cousins!

  34. Melissa Ferguson says:

    New Zealand!

  35. If my kids and I could go anywhere in the world, I would take them to Hawaii. I’ve never been myself. And my boys are little. I envision the four of us…my husband, my two little boys, and myself just playing on the beaches and enjoying the natural beauty of the islands…something my boys could appreciate even at 2 and 4 years old.
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  36. Right now Paris. My husband and I have been there and he was there recently for work and so we would to take our two kids. They would be so excited to go to the top of the Eiffel Tower or see the Mona Lisa in person!

  37. I’d like to take my kids to Barcelona.

  38. Tough choice, but I think I’d pick Italy…and stay for a month at least!

  39. Hawaii, Australia, or Italy

  40. I’d love to go back to Vienna with my family

  41. So hard to pick…but definitely Australia/NZ, England, or Japan

  42. Rome!

  43. We would love to go to Israel!

  44. I would take the kids to Ireland!

  45. I would love to take my kids to the tiny village in Italy where their great-great grandfather immigrated from. The entire town had only one brick oven (in the center of the village) for everyone to use!

  46. Africa!

  47. France, which may actually be happening in the next year!

  48. We would love to take our kids to Italy! The food! The history! The art!

  49. We’d all love to go to Britain! My kids especially but both my husband and I have family there and would love to spend some time exploring :) Thanks for the chance!

  50. Michelle S says:

    Across the USA in an RV, Australia or Scotland/England!