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.
We are heading to Brazil! I decided to keep his map in his suitcase because we have a large USA Map and a large World Map, both laminated, in our one hallway.
January is our second month. J, age 7, is excited because there are cool animals that live in the rainforests of Brazil.
The letter and information card explain how the subscription works. I included it again this month because it is helpful.
Sam and Sophia are on an incredible adventure in Brazil. They encounter a little danger and help out an animal…
They save an Uakari Monkey! The postcard and storyline led J and I
down the rabbit hole following banana peels as we went online and learned more about the animals of the Amazon Rainforest.
J doesn’t want anyone to see his handwriting! He enjoyed completing the activity booklet. The answers are written upside down at the bottom of a different page.
He placed his sticker in his passport.
The souvenir for Brazil is an amethyst. Little Passports did an excellent job with the Brazil storyline.
A new boarding pass is included each month. The boarding pass ties to the suitcase handle. It also serves another purpose.
The fun is not over! Go online and enter your code to unlock more fun activities.
J dutifully tied his luggage tag to the suitcase. Good habits start young!
Little Passports sent along some of their add-on items for us to review. Although we purchase this subscription, the following items were received free for our review.
J and I did not know what to expect. We were excited to open the box!
It’s Toby from Little Passports Early Explorers! J had to hide him from Daisy, our English Shepherd, who wanted to add Toby to her baby pile. We also received the Max, Mia And Toby’s Adventures Around the World, which was an absolute joy to read.
The book is a lot of fun because the left-hand page contains item such as pictures or postcards for your little one to enjoy. J loved seeing what special items were included.
J had a blast with the January Little Passports World Edition Box. The Brazil theme prompted many questions about the Amazon rain forest, gems, soccer versus football and more. He had fun completed the activities and loved his souvenir. I have a suspicion it may end up as my birthday present. I like Little Passports World Edition because it provides fun activities that lead to additional learning.
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