Little Passports Subscription Box Review

Little Passports Subscription Box Review

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Have you had the chance to do any traveling with your kids yet? The Heir has done a little traveling with his biggest trip being a visit to Italy when he was 13 months old. He loved it! As much as we’d love to be able to take that kind of trip with the kids all the time, it’s just not always possible. I still want The Heir (and Petit Prince) to learn about the world and develop a love of traveling to new places. Now it’s possible to help foster that excitement about other countries and instil a little travel bug in your littles without having to take your toddler or preschooler on a flight (because if you’ve ever taken an international flight with a toddler you know just how fun that can be). I want to tell you about an awesome gift that The Heir received for Christmas this past year because it’s the perfect gift for the budding traveler in your life! It’s called Little Passports and it’s a monthly subscription box program for kids aged 3 to 12. Sounds neat, right? Let me share our experience with it so far! 

What is Little Passports?

Little Passports is a monthly subscription box program for kids. There are three packages to choose from: Early Explorers, World Edition, and USA Edition. The Early Explorers package is for kids aged 3 to 5 and introduces them to a new world theme every month. The World Edition package is for kids aged 6 to 10 and focuses on a new country each month. The USA Edition is for kids aged 7-12 and features a different state every month. The Heir, who’s 3 years old, has the Early Explorers package, so that’s what I’ll be focusing on. The Early Explorers package follows Max, Mia, and their dog Toby as they travel around the world.

Little Passports Subscription Box Review

Little Passports Early Explorers Traveler Kit

How does it work?

Each month, your child will receive a new package from Little Passports. The first month of the subscription starts with The Traveler Kit. This is when your child will receive their super adorable orange suitcase, a world map, a luggage tag, a “passport” activity book, stickers for decorating their suitcase, and a postcard from Max, Mia, and Toby. After that first month, a new package will be sent out monthly and it will showcase a new theme. Each month will include a new passport activity book, new stickers, souvenirs, and other fun activities for your child to enjoy!

Little Passports Subscription Box Review

Little Passports Subscription Box Review

What does The Heir think?

It’s a hit! What preschooler doesn’t love getting mail just for them? That in and of itself is thrilling for him. Even better than the excitement of the arrival of the package each month is the content. The first month was a lot of fun for The Heir. He got his adorable suitcase which he very quickly decorated with the continent stickers, a world map, his “passport” activity book, a postcard, some fun facts about each continent, and a luggage tag for his Little Passports suitcase. I love that the first month of the subscription comes with this suitcase. It’s not just a toy. It’s actually an excellent storage solution. Now his whole year of Little Passports activities can be kept in one place. We can go back and read over anything we want throughout the year, and all the odds and ends that come with each package can be nicely tucked away.

Little Passports Subscription Box Review

The passport activity book was also pretty great. It starts with a short story and then gets right into the activities. There’s a lot of fun packed into the passport, and it’s all helping The Heir hone one skill or another. There’s matching, observation, connecting the dots, counting, sticker placement, identifying patterns, and so much more! The Heir had a lot of fun going through the passport, and didn’t want to stop until he’d finished ALL the activities in it. I call that a win! I really liked that each activity focused on a different continent, so while The Heir was engaged in the activity, he was also learning something about the world.

Little Passports Subscription Box Review

The Heir is really looking forward to the next month’s package, and though he doesn’t know it yet, it’s already here! I can’t wait for him to open it up and see what it has in store!

Little Passports Subscription Box Review

Would you like to start a subscription to Little Passports for your child? You’re in luck! I’m hosting a GIVEAWAY for a 3 month subscription to Little Passports! Scroll on down to enter! This giveaway is open to US and Canadian residents 18+, and closes at noon MST on February 24th, 2016.

Don’t want to wait to see if you win? You can learn more about Little Passports and start your subscription HERE.

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56 Comments on “Little Passports Subscription Box Review

  1. I love Little Passports! We had a subscription a couple years ago for my now-7yr old but for whatever reason, we never did the activities. I think she was kind of in-between the age ranges for the 2 types of boxes. Now that she’s older, I think she’d enjoy it more! I wish this existed when I was a kid!

  2. I’ve been looking into this. I think this might even be a little over my oldest’s head, but we are keeping it one the back burner for as soon as I feel the girls are ready. Thanks for sharing.

  3. These look so neat and a great way for our kids to learn! Can’t wait to try them.

  4. Such a cute subscription box. I always enjoy packages in the mail and stickers and maps and travel. I want to know what is in the next box?

  5. Thanks for this. It is definitely something i have beeb looking at!

  6. How awesome! Definitely need to get into the Little Explorer for my kiddo!

  7. The “Early Explorers” Kit would be the best one for my kid! He’s always jealous of the packages I receive… and if he sees a “T” anywhere on the envelope, assures me it is for him!

  8. I love Little Passports! My daughter loves her Little Passports subscription boxes! I’ve even given them as gifts!

  9. I would get the world edition for my kids since that is what we are focusing on in their homeschool curriculum!

  10. I was torn between 2, but I think Early Explorers would be just right for both my munchkins to share!

  11. The Early Explorers kit would be perfect for my nearly 3 and nearly 5 year olds.

  12. We got this as a subscription for our nephew who is obsessed with geography and he LOVES little passports. I cannot wait until our daughter is old enough we will get a subscription for her too. It is fun and a great way for them to learn all about the world.

  13. We travel internationally 4 months of the year and another month within Canada. My two 6-year-olds would love the World Edition or the Early Explorers as there is so much to learn! Thanks for sharing and giving.

    Besos, Sarah
    Journeys of The Zoo

  14. We would pick the early explorers edition. So cool! Love what you are doing making learning fun

  15. I would probably choose the “Little Explorers” package for my little guys.

  16. We would love to start with the World Explorers edition. It looks super fun, thank you for the opportunity!

  17. I would love vet to get the World traveller but it might be a bit young for my boys so in that instance I would get the USA travel set.

  18. My son loved his passports box!! I loved that it incorporated learning with fun!! It was filled with great facts!! Some that I had no clue about!

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