Little Passports World Edition Subscription Box Review + Coupon – FRANCE

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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.

Everything inside the box!

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A Letter From Sam & Sofia. Bonjour! In this letter, Sam and Sofia told us about their adventure in France.

Through this letter, we were also able to learn new French words, as well as French traditions.

Passport Stamp & Map Marker. The box includes a sticker featuring the Eiffel Tower and a passport stamp with France’s flag and a blue pin marker.

Boarding Pass. Of course, it wouldn’t be Little Passports if it weren’t for their signature boarding pass. It usually emphasizes the essence of the country. Sam and Sofia are hanging out at a cafe in France, and as illustrated, there’s the famous French baguette.

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

The Eiffel Tower Postcard. This month’s postcard features the Eiffel Tower, the tallest structure in Paris and second in all of France. It is one of the most recognizable structures and the most visited paid monument in the world. It is named after Gustave Eiffel, the engineer whose company designed and built the tower.

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

Camera. This is a very good collectible indeed. There is so much to explore other than the Eiffel Tower. France is filled with historical places such as Colmar town Square, Versailles (museum), French Parliament and Castle of Angers, as shown in an illustration card. Surely you need a camera to remember these places by.

As you click the camera, the story of Sofia and Sam’s adventures unfold as indicated in their letter.

My son immediately gets it and excitedly played with the camera, clicking away like a true tourist, while my daughter checks out the booklet.

Activity Booklet. 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.

This page teaches the kids about how to critique an artwork and the meaning of Impressionism. There are also new French vocabulary words on the side!

Another activity is the maze puzzle featuring the La Grave Mountain, which Sam and Sofia visited.

France isknown to have a lot of cafes and pâtisseries. It is part of their everyday lives. They are giving us a glimpse of it by giving us the recipe to Galette des Rois. I wonder what La fève I will put inside the cake. The tradition says if you eat the part of the cake that has the toy, you will be lucky all year-round. It is mostly sold in pâtisseries throughout the month of January.

This is a simplified guide map of Paris. We will not forget this map if we ever visit France. We’ve always wanted to see The Louvre because of the famous artworks it houses. I’m also curious about the Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral!

This box is a global adventure indeed. My children are having a blast with it!

We also attached the boarding pass on the blue mini suitcase!

Another country stamp sticker is added to the booklet!

My daughter placed a marker sticker right where France is.

Her favorite activity was the most challenging one. She really thought about the descriptions that were right for the artwork. I’m happy she liked it!

My children enjoyed the box because we got to learn more about France – and it’s definitely on their bucket list. My son loved the camera and my daughter loved the challenging booklet activities. The postcard and the boarding pass are added to our collectibles too. It’s great to have Little Passport subscription box because my children are able to learn new things about the world even if we’re at home.

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

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