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Little Passports Subscription Box Review – June 2015

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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 5-10, 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: Regular monthly subscription is $11.95 plus $3 shipping per month

COUPON: Use coupon code SPECIAL10 to get $10 off a new 12-Month Plan 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.

Check out all of our Little Passports reviews!

Note: Our Little Passports package from May got lost in the mail! I emailed customer service, and they are sending us a replacement. I just wanted to let everyone know to look for my review of the May package some time later this month!


This month’s destination is Mexico! Viva Mexico! On the left is a letter from Sam and Sofia, the Little Passports characters, chronicling their adventures in Mexico. I like to ask my son (age 9) to read the letter to me every month for some good practice. On the right is the activity booklet, which is always filled with games and word puzzles that are specific to the monthly destination. This month there are a couple of items to help my sons brush up on their Spanish during the summer. PLUS, there’s a recipe inside for chicken mole! YUM!


These are other standard items that come every month with Little Passports. On the lower left is a luggage tag from Mexico to put on my son’s suitcase they sent him in the first month. On the lower right is a sticker to decorate the suitcase. At the top is a pin to put on his world map, and a flag to put in his passport.


This is a beautiful postcard! It features Sam and Sofia (in full flamenco garb) in front of what I believe are the Steps of Temple Kulkulkan (El Castillo) at Chichen Itza.


This is my son’s souvenir from Mexico, and it really made me giggle. There really is no better souvenir from Mexico for a child than the iconic ball in a cup game. This one is really tiny, though! I hope it doesn’t affect game play too much.

Verdict: My son and I really like Little Passports! It’s packed with so much information about different countries of the world, I expect him to be an expert at world geography pretty soon! He also loves all the collecting that goes along with this subscription. The value of the items included will never amount to much in terms of cash, but the true value lies in the educational and fun qualities of this subscription. Plus it really feels like the kind of care package a good friend or family member might send from an overseas vacation!

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. If you buy something, MSA may earn an affiliate commission. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.

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