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Little Passports {Review}

Disclosure: This could be a sponsored post or contain affiliate links (which means I earn a percentage of the sale), but all opinions are strictly my own.

A couple of months ago, I posted a giveaway for the Little Passports World Edition or USA Edition that included information about the starter kit that we received including the suitcase, world map, and passport.  Since then, we’ve received a package in the mail each month that highlights a different country!  I thought I’d share with you the fun places we’ve learned about.

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We received three different packages from Sam and Sofia — one from Brazil, one from Japan, and one from France.  We were surprised to find everything that comes in the mail each month, as each package included…

(1) a letter from Sam and Sofia telling us about their adventures in that country

(2) a picture of something they saw (and explained in the letter)

(3) a Worldwide Activities page

(4) a boarding pass with the Secret Code to the online Boarding Zone activities

(5) a sticker for the world map

(6) a sticker for the passport book

(7) a fun souvenir — Sushi eraser and origami paper from Japan, poster from France, and a rock with crystals from Brazil

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Package from France (minus the poster hanging on my son’s wall!)

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Package from Japan

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Package from Brazil

We have loved seeing the Little Passports package come each month in the mail!  My son LOVES that his name is on the mail, and he spends a good amount of time reading through the letter and enjoying the activities.  We especially loved the Japan package since my husband and I lived (and met!) in Japan — it brought back lots of memories, and I had a great time helping my little boy learn how to fold origami.

If you’re looking for a fun educational monthly package to supplement your summer activities, I would highly suggest taking a look at Little Passports!  We have loved the World Edition packages that we’ve received in the mail and have learned a lot about these different countries over the past three months.

**This review was sponsored by Little Passports, but all opinions are strictly my own.

 

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Comments

  1. Margot C says:

    This is one of the first subscription things that I’ve actually been tempted by. I know Alysia would like to get mail in her name and I think that she could understand this information. What age group do you think it’s really aimed at?

    • Heather Ann says:

      Margot, we have LOVED this monthly subscription box! The activities are geared toward ages 5-12, but my four-year-old has loved the packages since we help him read the letter and do the activities. He’s just fine with the online activities by himself! Enjoy!

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