Little passports Early Explorers is a monthly subscription for kids ages 3 to 5. This subscription aims to introduce preschoolers about georgraphy and provide opportunities to learn about the world through discovery and adventure. Little Passports have subscriptions that range from Early Explorers (3-5) all the way to Science Expeditions (Ages 9+).
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Early Explorers (ages 3-5) – $14.95/monthly. World Edition (Ages 6-10) – $11.95/monthly. USA Edition (ages 7-12) – $11.95/monthly. Science Expeditions (ages 9+) – $17.95/monthly.
*Little Passports kindly sent us this box for review purposes. However all opinions expressed in this post are solely ours.
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What’s inside the box?
- Early Explorers (Ages 3-5): Your child will get an explorer kit the first month. A fun orange suitcase, a 20-page activity booklet, stickers, luggage tag, and a wall sized world map.
- World Edition (Ages 6-10): Your child will get a welcome kit the first month. Signature blue suitcase, personalized passport, wall-sized world map, photos and stickers and activity sheets.
- USA Edition (Ages 7-12): Your child will receive a discovery kit the first month with USA field guide, USA scratch book, wall size USA map, a welcome letter and a photo scavenger hunt project.
- Science Expedition (Ages 9+): The first month includes a Science case and a Lab Notebook to keep track of what you will learn. This subscription will include hands on science experiments, achievement badges, 16-page comic book and access to bonus online videos and science content.
Let’s see what’s inside the Early Explorers Welcome kit!
It comes in a white and blue box addressed to your child. Ms. H is a little too young to read her name yet but she thinks when a box shows up at the door, it is most likely for her. So the excitement is definitely there.
The bright orange suitcase immediately caught my 3 year old’s attention. She couldn’t wait to open it up and see the goodies inside.
It actually is a pretty spacious little box and your child can store quite a few things inside. Ms. H already has plans to fill it up with tons of her favorite things. I can see this suitcase being carried around for a long time!
First of all, a neat little introduction to the characters is provided and what they intend to do as we explore the world with them! I read this to Ms. H and she seemed very eager to get started and actually do some “exploring”.
We also got a little postcard with a picture of Max, Mia and Toby their dog inside an airport.
In your first box, you also receive a luggage tag that has a place to put your name, address and phone number at the back. I love how Little Passports has made it as real as it can get for the kids to actually experience the fun around travelling by focusing on the tiniest of details. These details might not get noticed by the younger ones, but surely are appreciated by the parents.
We also got the passport/activity book in the box. This had tons of activities for preschoolers such as identifying patterns, matching, coloring, and applying stickers inside the passport book. This was a lot of fun for Ms. H and she thoroughly enjoyed working on the activities, while learning at the same time.
We jumped right into it and started with of course, the stickers activity. This was educational and fun at the same time as Ms. H got an introduction to the continents in the world.
We also did some more learning activities in the book as can be seen below. The pages in the activity booklet are bright and colorful and can very easily grab the attention of a 3-5 year old. In other words, it is definitely not “boring”.
Here is a sneak peak into a couple more pages that we will eventually be working on.
You also receive a wall sized world map – which is very colorful and I can see us using this to teach basic geography for a long time. It is made of a thin plastic, which is great, keeping in mind that preschoolers are quite prone to tearing things apart. Two thumbs up for the amazing quality from this mama!
Lastly, my daughter loved decorating her little suitcase with the stickers provided.
Since the box’s arrival, Ms. H has been carrying her suitcase all over the house and stuffing things dear to her inside.
In conclusion, we are thrilled with our experience with the Little Passports Early Explorers welcome kit, and are surely excited to discover the world on a monthly basis! I think it is a fun subscription for preschoolers and a perfect way to introduce them to world geography. Consequently, pictures are bright and colorful, the words are easier to understand for the age range and the activities are absolutely age appropriate.