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Little Passports Subscription Box Review + Coupon – May 2016

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Little Passports is a subscription box for kids that teaches them about geography and world cultures in a really fun way! This review is of the World Edition for ages 6-10, but they also have a subscription for Early Explorers (ages 3-5), and a USA Edition for ages 7-12.

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The Subscription Box: Little Passports

The Cost: $13.95 (+$3 US shipping = $16.95) a month

COUPON: Save $15 off any 12-month subscription with code SPRING

The Products: Every month, Little Passports sends items to promote learning about the location, culture, and language of a different foreign country. Boxes include items such as stickers, activity sheets, souvenirs, and access to online games, all of which encourage kids to explore the world.

Ships to: US, Australia, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Israel, Japan, Netherlands, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Sweden and UK. Find more international shipping info here!

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This month’s destination is Spain! Ole! On the left is a letter from Sam and Sofia, the Little Passports characters, chronicling their adventures in Spain. I like to ask my son to read the letter to me for practice. On the right is an activity booklet with games and puzzles. I am always impressed with the variety of educational activities Little Passports manages to fit into four pages. This month includes a recipe for paella! Mmmm…

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Every month, Little Passports sends these little collectible items to document the destination. On the left is a luggage tag to put on my son’s suitcase they sent in the welcome package. On the upper right is a sticker for the suitcase. Below that is a sticker of the country’s flag to put in his passport and a pin sticker to mark the world map. Both the passport and the world map were also included in the welcome package.

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Another standard item that comes every month is a postcard that usually has the Little Passports characters standing in front of an iconic landmark. This month they are not on the postcard, but this is a beautiful shot of Park Guell in Barcelona. My Mom (the art teacher) will be happy if I note here that this land of mosaics is a reminder of the Moorish influence throughout Spain and Western Europe.

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Little Passports also sends a small souvenir every month. This month they sent a set of castanets! I love when the kids get different percussion instruments. It’s fun when they join in on our music making, and even more fun when they make music of their own.

Verdict: We are big fans of Little Passports! They always do a good job helping my son learn about other countries and cultures for a very reasonable subscription price. Plus it really does feel like a nice care package sent from overseas by a relative or other loved one.

What do you think of Little Passports?

Written by Anna Rodriguez

Anna Rodriguez

Anna has been a fan of subscription boxes since joining Birchbox in 2013, but didn’t become a true addict until discovering subscriptions she could share with her children. Her favorites include Kiwi Crate and Fab Kids.
All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.

1 Comment

  1. Park Guell is really cool. I went there once. So long ago that I probably have a stash of photos somewhere that were printed from 35mm film.

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