Little Passports World Edition is a world travel exploration subscription box for kids ages 6-10. The box works on a sequential cycle. Every subscription starts with the introductory box and moves through the same cycle of countries regardless what month you begin your subscription.
The introductory kit contains items to start your subscription along with activities for your child to enjoy. The activities can be spread out over a few days or completed in one day. There is an online component to the subscription.
The suitcase contains everything included in the introductory kit. It is also used to store future souvenirs in the upcoming months. J loves having the suitcase and feels he is a world traveler.
The letter and information card explain how the subscription works.
J loves stickers and covered my dining room table with them when he was younger. Now he is older; he placed the stickers of Sam and Sophia on his suitcase. He can’t wait to travel with them.
Each month there’s a letter detailing Sam and Sophia’s adventures.
J answered his passport questions. He is eager to start being a world traveler. There are pages in the passport book for the monthly country stickers.
The postcard shows the magic scooter that will take them on their journeys. The same picture of Sam and Sophia are also on the world map.
The four-page activity sheet provides fun activities to enjoy. The answers are provided at the bottom and written upside down on a different page, so no need to worry about not knowing the answer. The first booklet is focused on the world and not on one country.
J is using the Little Passports World Map. He is looking for France, which is the first country that he would like to visit one day. Sam and Sophia are on the magic scooter in the upper right corner of the map in the picture.
J is pointing to New York. Every seven-year old superhero enthusiast knows that is the city with the most superheroes. The states are covered in the USA Subscription Box.
A new boarding pass is included each month. The boarding pass ties to the suitcase handle. It also serves another purpose…
The back side of the boarding pass has the website listed for the online portion of the subscription. You’ll be prompted to enter the code that is hidden under J’s finger and create a username and password. Three fun games are waiting for you!
J loved the Little Passports World Edition Introduction Box. He had plenty of fun activities to enjoy and can’t wait to learn about different countries. I feel that Little Passports did an excellent job in setting J up to be ready for the following months while providing him activities to enjoy. Little Passports provides a great starting point to learn more facts about each country. We had a fun time looking up information to answer questions in the online games leading to fun learning.
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