Even with tablets and ipads galore, it can be challenging to find activities for young children that are both interactive and educational, especially when it comes to travel.

Little Doebahyou  delivers a monthly activity box– bursting with cultural exploration of Africa and the Diaspora. The subscription service was founded by two sisters, Williette and Watchen Nyanue, who were born in Liberia and moved to the United States at a very young age. The Nyanue sisters were continuously reading about their heritage, yet were unable to completely satisfy their curiosity.

Little Doebahyou focuses on a different country in Africa every month, and gives children between 5 and 10 years old a deeper understanding of each culture.

Through the characters Grear and Guaye, your child will be learning through games, fun facts, activities and recipes.

A box that keeps giving; a percentage of the proceeds are donated to a non-profit organization that provides services for children of the Diaspora. One subscription to Little Doebahyou costs $22.95 per month. $19.95 for the subscription plus $3.00 shipping and handling.