Little Passports World Edition Review + Coupon – March 2017
Little Passports is a subscription box helping kids explore the world through fun and educational activities. This review is of the World Edition for ages 6-10, but they also offer a World Edition (recommended ages 6-10), USA Edition (recommended ages 7-12), a new Science Expeditions (recommended ages 9+).
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This review is of the World Edition, $13.95 a month, box.
The Subscription Box: Little Passports World Edition
The Cost: $13.95 (+$3 US shipping = $16.95) a month with price breaks for 6 and 12-month prepaid subscriptions.
LIMITED TIME DEAL: Now through 3/31, use coupon code LEARN15 to save $15 off a 12-month Little Passports subscription!
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: U.S., Australia, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Israel, Japan, Netherlands, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Sweden, and the U.K. Find more international shipping info here!
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Little Passports World Edition features a new country “each month with:
- Letters from Sam & Sofia
- Fun souvenirs
- Activity sheets
- Stickers for your suitcase, passport & map
- Access to Boarding Zone for more online games”
Little Passports sent Sam and Sofia to Vietnam this month. Cira didn’t know anything about Vietnam and this is the next country on my wish list so I was happy to see Vietnam for both of us.
Sam and Sofia visited Hanoi and saw a water puppet show. Just like it sounds, the puppets are controlled by puppeteers standing waist deep in water so that the puppets look like they are moving on top of the water. Water puppet shows date back to the 11th century- how cool is that?
We received Vietnam stickers for our Little Passports’ passport, the suitcase, and the map. I love that Cira gets the map out every time we get a new Little Passports package and tries to find the designated country by herself. Cira learning more about world geography is one of my favorite parts of this sub.
We also received a Little Passports “boarding pass” which provides a code for entering the Little Passports Boarding Zone that has online games for kids.
A postcard shows Sam and Sofia at Thien Mu Pagoda which was built in 1601, is seven stories high and is the tallest pagoda in Vietnam.
We always learn something new and interesting about the designated country from the Little Passports activity sheet. This month we learned about the Vietnam Mekong Delta where there are floating markets, houses, and pagodas. I want to go to Vietnam even more now. I’ve heard it is a-mazing!
The souvenir this month was a bamboo flute. In Vietnamese culture, bamboo is a symbol of bravery and loyalty. We had fun trying to play the flute and Cira’s dad put some traditional Vietnamese music in for us while we were trying to learn.
Verdict: We consistently enjoy Little Passports. Both Cira and I learned new things each month and I’m a fan of anything that may increase my child’s knowledge of the world (and hopefully inspires future travel!) The activities in the box are both fun and informative. Cira likes reading about Sam and Sofia and she always looks forward to learning where they went travel next month. The cost of $13.95 (plus $3.00 for shipping) seems fair for what is in this box.
What do you think of Little Passports World Edition?