Little Passports World Edition Subscription Box Review + Coupon – BRAZIL

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Little Passports World Edition is a monthly kids’ educational subscription box with fun activities about the different countries in the world. This box is designed for children 6-10. Your child will learn about the geography and culture of the world with a monthly delivery of around the world adventures.

DEAL: Save $15 on annual subscriptions! Use coupon code WELCOME15.

Everything inside the box!

A Letter From Sam & Sofia In this letter, Sam and Sofia narrated their wonderful adventure while they were in Brazil.

They saw a lot of interesting animals, plants, and other things during their exciting journey in Brazil.

Red Uakari Monkey Postcard While they were travelling along the Amazon Rainforest, Sam and Sofia saw this Red Uakari monkey, covered with reddish-orange fur and with a bright red face. The monkey is sitting on top of a tree. He looks like Hellboy!

On the back of the card is a trivia about Danilo the Red Uakari Monkey. He is from a rare breed of monkeys that live in the Amazon River Basin.

Every box includes a new postcard and fun fact from the destination!

Sticker and Boarding Pass The box includes a sticker featuring Brazil’s famous bird, a Toucan, and a bag tag boarding pass with Sam & Sofia playing soccer.

You can use the information on the passes to check the website for pictures and other fun stuff. All aboard!

Passport Stamp & Map Marker The theme of the passport stamp is a Brazil flag and the map marker is a blue pin.

Purple Amethyst Crystal This is a semi-precious stone that has been highly admired throughout the ages for its splendid beauty and mythical powers that stimulate and calm the mind and emotions.

The semi-precious stone was mentioned by Sofia and Sam in their letter. They said many of the amethysts in the world come from Brazil. Isn’t that awesome?

Activity Book Each month there’s an activity book included that’s focused on the destination country. It has fun activities that will allow you to learn more about the different countries in the world.

The activity book teaches new vocabulary words and trivia about Brazil through this word search!

Another featured activity is this word scramble. Using the world map, you will decode the scrambled letters to find out which countries share a border with Brazil. Meanwhile, the other page contains a recipe of Brigadeiro.

The Amazon Rainforest has four main layers: The Emergent layer, The Canopy, The Understory, and The Forest Floor. On this feature, the kids will know more about every layer and do the activities provided on each of the layers.

My daughter found the hidden words easily on the Forest Floor activity!

Another country, another sticker!

Sam and Sofia are even wearing the colors of Brazil’s football team!

We can’t wait to fill my daughter’s passport with country stamps!

Here’s the world map from the Intro Box, which aims to to get the children acquainted with different countries at an early age. My daughter quickly found Brazil since they have one of the largest areas in South America.

Danilo will never be lonely again! I put him together with the other photos we got from Little Passports!

My daughter learned a lot from this month’s Brazil-themed Little Passports! The activities are all fun-filled and age-appropriate, plus they did a great job stressing some interesting facts about the country. Kids who haven’t learn to read will need help, but older kids can do everything on their own. Another thing we love about this subscription is that everything is portable. They are perfect no-screen activities for the car, restaurant, and other waiting around things, as well as a unit that you can delve deeply into!

This subscription also has an add-on option. From your account, you’ll be able to order a selected add-on for some themes. For the Little Passports World Edition Intro Box package, you can order the Earth Science Kit.

What do you think of Sofia and Sam’s worldwide trip this month? Let us know in the comments!

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