Little passports Early Explorers is a monthly subscription for kids ages 3 to 5. This subscription aims to introduce preschoolers about geography 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+).
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.
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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 Art Package!
This is the Art themed package you receive after the welcome kit. It comes in a white envelope addressed to your child.
The package was filled with all sorts of fun art related goodies!
You get the familiar letter from Max and Mia that introduces you about art from different countries.
We jumped right in and painted our own canvas! Perfect fun painting activity for your little one. The canvas came with paints and a brush.
The painting instructions showed how you can create different colors by mixing certain colors! My daughter really enjoyed creating her “own” colors.
Now if you have a 3 year old, you know they like to do things their own way! 🙂 So she just went at painting with whatever color her heart desired! And I guess that’s the fun in all this – to let your kids’ inner creativity come out.
Proudly showing her work off! 🙂
Passport Activity Booklet
The passport booklet comes with tons of activities that you can do with your child throughout the month. There are also lots of fun activities in the booklet such as matching, coloring, putting stickers on – while learning about world art.
Few more pages from the passport booklet!
We used the new luggage tag and put it on our suitcase from our welcome kit.
More stickers to be applied on her beloved orange suitcase.
Art Map Stickers
Another fun world art sticker activity that teaches your early explorer about the continents in the world and the art that belongs there! We had lots of fun doing this and putting stickers on our wall map received in our welcome kit!
Another fun activity that my 3 year old had so much fun playing with was the flashlight activity. Great for curious little minds.
Flashing light and finding all the hidden objects.
Overall, Little Passports art themed month turned out to be a big hit! There were plenty of hands-on activities in this little package. Also, I am sure learning geography has probably never been this much fun! It truly is one of my favorite kids subscriptions that introduces 3-5 year olds to world geography in an absolute fun, hands on and creative way.
Have you tried Little Passports Early Explorers? Share your thoughts on this fun kids subscription in the comments below.