Little Passports World Edition Subscription Box Review + Coupon – February 2016

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Little Passports
Little Passports

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.

Japan
Japan

We are heading to Japan! 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.

Month 3 - Japan
Month 3 – Japan

February is our third month. J, age 7, is excited because there are Pokemons based on Japan’s mythology.

Parent Information Card
Parent Information Card – included in the introductory kit

The letter and information card explain how the subscription works. I included it again this month because it is helpful.

Letter and Activity Guide
Letter and Activity Guide

Sam and Sophia are enjoying themselves in Japan. It brought on an interesting discussion about sushi.

Himeji Castle
Himeji Castle

We looked online and read about Himeji Castle. and about Tsukiji, the largest fish market in the world.

Map Sticker and Passport Sticker
Map Sticker and Passport Sticker

He placed his stickers in the appropriate places and not on the table!

Sushi Eraser
Sushi Eraser

He loved the Sushi Eraser!

Orgami
Orgami
Making a Dog
Making a Dog
Deciding what to make mix
Deciding what to make next

J enjoyed the orgami project. He made a dog and a cat of course!

Boarding Pass
Boarding Pass

A new boarding pass is included each month. Remember to flip it over and enter the code online to unlock more fun activities.

J  enjoyed the February Little Passports World Edition Box. He loved learning about a country that is related to Pokemon. It opened his eyes to the other things that Japan has to offer. I like Little Passports World Edition because it provides fun activities that lead to additional learning.

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