Little Passports is a monthly subscription box for kids to learn about the world. There are two types of boxes. Early Explorers, suitable for ages 3-5 years, which explores the world in themes like music, animal, food, celebrations etc. While the other box, World Edition, suitable for ages 6-10 years, explores the world by visiting a different country every month.
I choose the World Edition to review as my kids are aged 10, 6 and 5.
Below in the picture is the first set of the starter kit which includes the suitcase, luggage tags, passport activity card, stickers and world map. Also shown in the first of the country sets – Egypt. Which contained a letter, stickers, activity card, activity set, post card and luggage tag
Caitlin and Aaron, loved putting the stickers and luggage tags on their suitcase
Each monthly country set comes with a pin sticker to stick on your map, so you know where you have visited.
The Egypt activity sheet was fun. Caitlin managed to work out the hieroglyphics code all by herself! But she couldn’t do the scramble words at all, a little bit too hard for her yet.
The activity included in the Egypt set was a pyramid that you had to hammer and chisel at with the provided tools and some water. Both Caitlin and Aaron enjoyed doing this at first, but they couldn’t get into it so ended up putting it in a bowl of water, so the clay disintegrated. Inside was a mummy Pharaoh (which I forgot to take a picture of)
Little Passport sets are £10 a month + £3.95 postage, but are slightly cheaper if you buy them in 6 months or 12 months bundles.
- 2 sets to choice from depending on age
- Learn about the world
- Cute suitcase to store everything in
- World map
- Expensive for what is included
- Would be better if they included a little book or fact file about the country
I received the above set in return for this review. All opinions are mine