Little Passports Review 2020: Is This Subscription Box Worth It?
Little Passports is a subscription box service that offers four fun and creative ways to explore the world for a wide range of ages. Our Little Passports review includes a look at all four of their monthly subscriptions, including Early Explorers, World Edition, USA Edition and Science Expeditions. Is this subscription box service worth it? We think so!
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Introduction to Little Passports
Each of the subscriptions starts with the arrival of a suitcase packed with various fun and engaging items. After that, monthly packages will arrive that include more fun stuff, including activity booklets, stickers for the kids to decorate the suitcase, souvenirs and a whole lot more.
Without further ado, here’s our comprehensive Little Passports review, with details and recommendations for each of the four editions.
Little Passports – Early Explorers Review
For preschool-aged kids (3-5) Little Passports offers its Early Explorers subscription box. Early Explorers allows young children the chance to explore themes like dinosaurs, oceans or music.
During the first month of this subscription, your kids will receive a cute orange suitcase, a world map, a luggage tag, stickers, and an activity booklet. After that, the ongoing monthly packages include toys, souvenirs, trading cards and much more!
“My son loves his package every month and so do I! The activities encourage his natural curiosity and excitement about the world around him. We can’t wait to see what all the other subscriptions have in store as he grows up!”
Little Passports – World Edition Review
Right away, kids will receive a suitcase, passport, wall-sized world map, collectible country coin and coin board, adorable animal squishies and much more. Ongoing monthly packages will help kids discover a new country every month. Each month the subscription packages include toys and souvenirs for each country, new collectible country coins, activity sheets, sticks and a whole lot more!
The Little Passports World Edition is recommended for children aged 6-10. Here’s what one mom had to say about this edition:
“When she sees the little white package in the mailbox she gets so excited and runs inside to get her luggage. This is so great at encouraging her thirst for knowledge and her interest in other cultures. Thank you for this!!”
Little Passports – USA Edition Review
This edition is recommended for ages 7-12 and helps children discover the USA with fun and educational puzzles, games and crafts. Among other goodies, this version comes with fun and hands-on activity journals for each state.
The first month of the Little Passports USA edition includes an impressive amount of items to help kids get started. These items include a field guide, scratch book, wall-sized USA map, super fun photo scavenger hunt and more.
After that, two new states are featured each month with stickers, postcards and a 32 page state journal with a ton of activities for your kids.
“Cheaper than a round trip ticket to explore the great states and so much fun. These hands-on activities help keep them engaged and focused as they watch the world unfold before their very eyes!”
Little Passports – Science Expeditions Review
Little Passports Science Expeditions is a great subscription box service for any young scientist. Children who engage with this subscription can learn critical thinking and problem solving skills while also exercising their creativity.
Initially, your children will receive a very cool tote bag, a science lab notebook, a forensic science experiment kit, fingerprint analysis card and an engaging booklet with more games and activities.
After that, the ongoing monthly packages will allow your kids to solve real-life scientific mysteries every month! Besides receiving hands-on science experiments every month, kids will engage with a 16-page comic book with bonus activities. One happy parent had this to say about Science Expeditions:
“My kids love learning science through hands-on activities. Kids learn by touching and doing not by memorizing facts. Little Passports breaks down complex ideas into kid-sized pieces, bringing concepts to life. It really helps them relate to what they are learning.”
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Little Passports Review – Conclusion
Little Passports has our highest recommendation. For all of the subscriptions, you can subscribe on a monthly basis at a slightly more expensive per package rate or opt for a 6- or 12-month plan. There are also some add-on products — like dolls, books and activity games that you can purchase for an additional fee. See all of Little Passports products here.
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