Little Passports World Edition Subscription Box Review + Coupon – ENGLAND

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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.

The items arrived securely in a mailer.

Everything inside the box!

Passport Stamp & Map Marker. As a Little Passport tradition, they gave us a map marker for the kids to spot England on the map and the stamp to make us remember the fun activities we had in a particular country when we look at the passport.

Boarding Pass. Sam and Sofia wore England’s national costume in the boarding pass. It is now added to our collection.

The back of the boarding pass indicates how the kids can have more access to activities, photos, and more!

Postcard. The postcard features the image of Stonehenge. It’s one of the most famous prehistoric landmarks in the United Kingdom.

Some fast facts about the Stonehenge are in the postcard.

A Letter From Sam & Sofia. Sofia recollects in detail their trip to England.

They even describe how the places specifically look like and their favorite ones.

Activity Booklet. The booklet illustrates the basic facts about every country. It includes the flag, national emblem, national tree, national animal, and even the unofficial national drink.

Even though they also speak English, not all words are the same. So here are some British English examples to try!

The booklet also features a staple English dessert, the Apple Crumble.

If you want to make the Stonehenge, you get to mix, mold and form dough to imitate their true form.

Write the name of the place on the corresponding blank at the booklet!

Big Ben 3D Puzzle. The box included a 3D puzzle of Big Ben!

There’s an illustration at the back to give you more idea about the model.

Here are all the pieces to make a model of Big Ben! It also comes with illustrated steps on how to assemble it.

There’s England! My daughter found it on the map and put the marker on it. The map is included with your first box.

We placed the boarding pass on our Little Passports suitcase.

Then, we also added the sticker in the passport along with other countries that we explored in the past year.

She likes assembling things and puzzles, so this activity is the right fit.

We also placed another sticker stamp to the suitcase as a reminder that we learned about England.

It’s so fun following Sam & Sofia around the globe! The guides were easy to follow and my daughter enjoyed them. When it comes to the facts in the booklet, they provided detailed and useful basic information. I appreciate the apple crumble recipe and the activity where the booklet teaches us a few translations of some terms different from American English. We’re looking forward to exploring more countries through this subscription in the coming months!

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

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