I have to admit we are not usually fans of subscription based resources. Typically I am left disappointed by the quality of the items and feel cheated that I could have sourced better products myself much cheaper. However, Little Passports promised to be different.
Little Passports – A Global Adventure is a monthly subscription service aimed at teaching children about the world. There are two editions available:
* Early Explorers for 3-5 year olds. The orange suitcase teaches young children based around themes such as music, oceans and dinosaurs.
* World Edition for 6-10 year olds. Within the blue suitcase, older children learn about a new country each month with souvenirs and hands-on activities.
We opted to test out the Early Explorers kit. Our parcel arrived neatly packaged in a cardboard box. Inside was a beautiful orange suitcase. Instantly I fell in love with Little Passports. The suitcase is high quality and a wonderful keepsake.
Inside the suitcase is information from Max and Mia. The two friends, along with their dog Toby, are exploring the world and will share their adventures with us. Each month they will send stickers, an activity book, a photo and a souvenir. They will share their discoveries of landmarks, music and animals.
The first months subscription is filled with activities to prepare for Max and Mia’s adventures. There are stickers to decorate the suitcase, a large map of the world and an activity book.
The Passport To The World activity book is 20 pages of information, mazes, colouring in pages, quizes, matching games and completing pictures. The activity book introduces young children to the different continents, animals and modes of transport from around the world. We discovered about the Himalayas and the Great Barrier Reef. The back page gives useful suggestions for families who with to continue the worldwide adventure at home.
Overall I was very impressed with the high quality resources. I didn’t feel disappointed or cheated by what was in the subscription box. It is a wonderful way to introduce Adam to the world.
To find out more about Little Passports visit their website.
Disclaimer: We were given a subscription box from Little Passports to review. All thoughts and opinions are our own.