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!
A Letter From Sam & Sofia. Ola! In this letter, Sam and Sofia told us about their adventure in Mexico.
Sofia and Sam also introduced us to the game Balero! I’m excited for the kids to try it out!
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.
The book has a lot of activities in store for us, starting with a match game. We will match the image with their corresponding description. They also shared a Mole Sauce Recipe that can truly spice things up.
Meanwhile, this page shares some Spanish vocabulary words!
This booklet is just jampacked with different kinds of puzzles and activities. We have the usual how-to activity, maze game, matching game, and search game.
My daughter is on a roll. She did the activities from right to left.
Passport Stamp & Map Marker. We did all the activities and learned new stuff about Mexico with flying colors! Now we have to do all the rituals of this box after exploring a country.
We put the sticker on our travel suitcase.
Then, we the placed Mexico stamp in our passport.
Of course, we also marked the country on our map, indicating that we learned a lot about the country.
Boarding Pass & Postcard. They provided us a nice boarding pass and postcard for collectibles.
We hung the boarding pass to the handle of the suitcase along with the other boarding passes from past boxes!
There are little trivia and facts at the back of the postcard and the boarding pass unlocks online games.
Balero. They sent us another memento, a balero! It’s a traditional Mexican toy made of wood. One part is a wooden stick with a cup-shaped end and the other part is a ball. They are connected by a string. To play, hold the handle and throw the ball in the air then catch it.
It’s great to see the kids learn about an interesting country with a colorful history such as Mexico. My favorite part was sharing the sauce recipe and teaching some Spanish words. It is easier to coexist with other people in this world when we understand each other and it’s a good thing to teach kids other languages while they’re young. It will aid them in being more open with the world. I also appreciate the balero because it does enhance the kid’s hand and eye coordination as well as balance. Another fun adventure!
What do you think of Sofia and Sam’s worldwide trip this month? Let us know in the comments!