Little Passports Early Explorers is a monthly subscription for kids ages 3 to 5. This subscription aims to introduce preschoolers to 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.
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Let’s see what’s inside the Little Passports Early Explorers this month!
The theme this month focused on landmarks of the world! Definitely, something I’d like to introduce to my 3 year old. The familiar letter from Max and Mia explaining about the landmarks covered this month.
Set of stickers, flashcards and our handy dandy luggage tag.
Our little landmark pieces included: Taj Mahal (India), Eiffel Tower (France), Great Wall of China (China), and Great Pyramid of Giza (Egypt).
Passport to World Landmarks
This month’s Passport booklet had the most fun activities featuring around the landmarks. The best part is that it is loaded with pages and pages of activities, so you get quite a lot of use out of it.
A fun landmark matching game which surprisingly was not too hard for my 3 year old because of the color-coded images.
Complete the Pattern activity – perfect to test out those cognitive skills.
We put our landmarks tag on our orange suitcase and it is already getting quite filled up. 🙂
We also used the wall-map included in the welcome kit (the very first box that you get) and applied our landmark stickers on the continents. So much fun and thanks to Little Passports, my daughter has become quite a pro with the knowledge of continents. 🙂
My daughter looks forward to this activity every month as it is such a great time pass and kind of cool, actually.
Discovering landmarks and hidden objects using the flashlight provided.
Month after month, Little Passports has been one of our favorite kids’ subscriptions as it truly distinguishes itself from others by focusing solely on teaching geography to little ones. The theme of landmarks turned out to be so informative (especially for a 3-year-old) while allowing her to have fun with the activities included. I’d always recommend Little Passports as it truly helps in developing the love for traveling and world geography! A perfect subscription, especially with all the summer travels that’s bound to happen.
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