Little Passports World Edition Subscription Box Review + Coupon – SOUTH AFRICA

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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. A monthly subscription is $20.95. You can get it at a lower price if you subscribe to a pre-paid plan: $19.95 per month for a 6-month subscription or $17.95 per month for a 12-month subscription. Shipping is free.

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The items arrived securely in a mailer.

I can see a lot of interesting inside!

Everything inside the pack!

Boarding Pass. As always, the adventure begins with the Little Passport boarding pass that features Sam and Sofia and the featured country of the month. This time, it’s South Africa!

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

My son attached the boarding pass to the suitcase.

Also included in this month’s box is a letter from Sofia and Sam.

My boys thoroughly read the letter and checked every detail of Sofia and Sam’s exciting adventures in South Africa.

According to the letter, they started their journey at Kruger National Park, a famous place to go on safari in South Africa. They saw a lot of amazing animals such as the huge elephants, rhinos, and buffalo. Unfortunately, they haven’t seen the leopards and lions since they are just active at night.

They even sent us a picture of a group of elephants they saw on their journey.

Featured at the back of the card are detailed information about Kruger National Park.

Passport Stamp & Map Marker. The box won’t be complete without the country’s passport stamp, map marker, and sticker. The passport stamps usually feature the country’s flag.

My older son placed the stamp on the passport!

We have just unlocked another country!

Meanwhile, my younger son put the sticker on the suitcase.

As a Little Passports tradition, my kids searched for the featured country on the map and put the pin on it!

Activity Booklet. The front part of the booklet illustrates some basic facts about the featured country. It includes the flag, national bird, national animal, and national flower.

Inside, there are fun and exciting activities such as the Afrikaans color puzzle and a fill-in-the-blank puzzle.

In another activity, my kids looked for how many rhinoceroses, buffalo, elephants, lions, and leopard are there in the photos provided.

This booklet even introduced us to the national dish of South Africa, the Bobotie. This dish is made of seasoned ground meat with a creamy layer of milk and eggs baked on top.

Bird Whistle. As a souvenir from South Africa, the box includes a bird whistle toy.

It comes with its own instruction manual on how to properly use the whistle.

According to the card, South Africa is one of the best places in the world to go bird watching, as their hundreds of bird species are living in this area.

To use, simply fill in the base with water, blow on the whistle, and listen to the lovely sound it creates. It’s like listening to the birds tweeting and chirping in South Africa. So amazing!

Little Passports World Edition teaches kids about different countries in a fun and engaging way. This month, the box is all about South Africa! My kids learned about the country’s safari animals, culture, landmarks, and even food! They were also amazed at all the exciting adventures Sofia and Sam had. They even sent a fun souvenir, a bird whistle toy, which my kids enjoyed trying out. We appreciate subscriptions like these because it expands my kids’ knowledge about the world! It also makes a great box for siblings to share!

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

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