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If you are a clothes-shopper, mom, pet-owner, snack-lover, or hair-shaver, you’ve probably heard of monthly subscription boxes. You know, those fun boxes you receive once a month filled with the newest samples of makeup, clothing, snacks, or healthy living paraphernalia. I’ve tried them myself, but have never been SOLD on any particular “box”. Until now…and it’s not even for me!
Little Passports asked if I would like a 3-month subscription to their children’s world travel adventure box, in exchange for a review. I was already familiar with the company, and I do have three little ones at home, so I thought I’d give it a try! Needless to say I, er, my kids, fell in love!
So what is Little Passports? Why do I love it so much that I would pay for a renewal subscription after the trial period was over? I’ll tell you!
Little Passports has multiple subscription offers for three ages categories. My girls receive the “Early Explorers” for ages 3-5. There is also the “World Edition” for ages 6-10, and the “USA Edition” for ages 7-12. There is a subscription option for Teachers to receive a special classroom edition of Little Passports!
I will tell you about our experience with the Early Explorers. For the first month, we received the cutest little suitcase. We filled ours with the provided world map, and all the activities, souvenirs, and stickers that came in each package later on.
Genesis (my oldest) has loved to open the packages every month to discover the latest adventure theme with new learning activities! She enjoys placing themed stickers on the map which correlate with the countries being discussed that month as well as working her way through the “Passport” activities in the booklet provided! She has learned about world landmarks and music, and is being introduced to the continents around the globe!
What I am most impressed with from the Little Passports company, is the quality of the materials provided, as well as the total age-appropriateness. The themes are unique, and provide a learning opportunity to even young children- while being completely fun and engaging!
If you’re not interested in ordering a monthly subscription at this time, Little Passports has a blog full of fun, free, and educational crafts, recipes, and activities. Check it out! We are making their Elephant Toothpaste this week. If you make it too, take a picture and post to my Facebook page– I’d love to see your results!