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.
Disclosure: I received this box for review purposes. I was not compensated in any way. All opinions expressed in this post are my own. Post may contain affiliate/or referral links. Please read full disclosure here.
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.
Check out all our Little Passports reviews here.
Let’s see what’s inside the Little Passports Early Explorers this month!
The theme this month focused on space! I love that you are not only just learning about different places and cultures of the world, but also learning about galaxy and the space! How cool is it?
We got the familiar letter from Max, Mia and Toby informing the little kiddos that they will be learning about the stars and the planets of our solar system. A neat little introduction about astronauts and space for your budding 3-4 year old curious mind.
You also receive a couple stickers, postcard and luggage tags for the suitcase sent in your very first shipment.
Our little passport to space booklet that included tons of fun learning activities.
An example of what kinds of activities you’ll see in your booklets. What I love about the passport booklets is that you learn age-appropriate concepts that go perfectly with the theme for that month.
Another fun page from the booklet – the illustrations are bright and colorful and make for a very entertaining quiet learning activity time!
Space stamps kit
We got the space themed stamps in this month’s kit and these were by far our favorite! Both my kids (3 year old and 1.5 year old) couldn’t wait to start stamping (haha pretty much anywhere and everywhere)
Thankfully, there was a page in the booklet dedicated to stamping only, so we went right at it!
Adding in our luggage tags as the months go by. Now the space shuttle tag has been added as well. 🙂 I have to say, this little suitcase is probably my daughter’s most prized possession haha. It has got all her “secret’ stuff hidden, which she does not want her little sister to see! 😀
We also got some fun flashcards about the different planets.
Every month you also receive a flashlight adventures activity and my daughter certainly looks forward to this one!
It is a pretty neat concept and lets kids explore the “hidden” things in a fun way, while learning about what they find.
Overall, we loved learning about the world far, far away from here. This was a perfect introduction about space, planets, and astronauts presented in a very engaging and entertaining manner. I’d always recommend Little Passports subscription to parents as it really sets itself apart by teaching little ones about geography in a fun way!
Have you tried Little Passport for your tot yet? Share your comments below. 🙂