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Little Passports is a kid-subscription service and a ticket to an exciting global adventure where they can explore geography, culture and history. It has 3 subscription boxes: the Early Explorer (for 3-5 years old), the World Adventure (for 6-10 years old) and the USA edition (for 7-12 years old).
Last month, we have reviewed our very first subscription box. We have availed the Early Explorer because it is fitted for my 3-year old daughter. She has been so overwhelmed ever since and very delighted to learn more about the world. She began to show eagerness to books, activity journals and going to school!
Check our review on our first month here.
For our next Little Passports, Early Edition subscription, we have Landmarks.
Our package arrived with a letter from Max, Mia and their dog, Toby.
Also, the kit includes :
- an activity booklet
- Flashlight Adventures booklet
- a tag
- postcard and landmark cards
- 5 little landmark figures.
Since my daughter loves stickers, she immediately peeled off one sticker and asked me where should she place the sticker on the map. The map, by the way, was originally received from the first month’s package.
We have placed the tag on the suitcase together with the luggage tag which were also from the first package.
They have sent us a postcard, as well, of the Leaning Tower of Pisa in Italy.
Then we have the landmark cards showing some famous places and their history.
The landmark figures are a very good tool showing children how the scenic spots look like in reality. And they look cute too (lol!)
The activity booklet is full of interactions, fun and adventures. It includes mazes, matching patterns, identifying patterns, tracing and so much more. My daughter enjoyed answering them all.
Then we have the Flashlight Adventures. It uses a special paper flashlight that once you slide it in between the dark plastic film and the booklet, it will reveal colorful images related to the monthly theme. It will also show the next month’s theme.
Little Passports is just so full of surprises for kids. It is a great way of introducing children to the world. Everytime a new package knocks in our door, my daughter’s excitement is immeasurable and so overwhelming. She loves Little Passports already!
And there’s more!
Do you want to work with Little Passports and receive free stuffs from them? I highly recommend working with them because they are just so friendly and approachable (I mean, they easily respond to emails so soon!)
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