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Little Passports Subscription Box Review – December 2015

Little Passports Subscription Box Review December 2015 - box

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

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.

Little Passports Subscription Box Review December 2015 - letter-booklet

This month’s destination is Russia! This is another country on my bucket list. On the left is a letter from Sam and Sofia, the Little Passports characters, chronicling their adventures in Russia. This subscription is for my seven-year-old son, and I like to ask him to read the letter to me for practice. He’s getting really good at reading aloud! On the right is an activity booklet with games and puzzles. This month there’s a recipe for blinis! I think it’s about time to introduce my family to the joys of Russian food.

Little Passports Subscription Box Review December 2015 - extras

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.

Little Passports Subscription Box Review December 2015 - postcard

Another standard item that comes every month is a postcard with the Little Passports characters standing in front of an iconic landmark. This month’s landmark is the Kremlin! What a beautiful building!

Little Passports Subscription Box Review December 2015 - toy

Little Passports also sends a small souvenir every month, and this month they sent a some stickers of Russian things. My son loves stickers, but this is kind of a weak souvenir. There are so many cool things that are unique to Russia! I would have loved to have seen them include matryoshka, or a small nutcracker, or a little bear.

The verdict: We are big fans of Little Passports! This month’s souvenir wasn’t too exciting, but they are usually much better. Aside from that, Little Passports is really an affordable way to teach your children about world geography, languages and culture.

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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.

Posted in Little Passports Reviews, Subscription Box Reviews, Subscription Boxes for Kids| Tags: little passports | 2 comments

Comments (2)

  1. The contents are not very impressive, unfortunately. I agree – they could have done so much better and include some things Russia is know for. Stickers are just .. lame.
    PS: By the way, this is not Kremlin on the postcard, it’s Cathedral of Vasily the Blessed or IT’s also called Saint Basil’s Cathedral. Kremlin would be on the right from the Cathedral if you face its front, but it’s not shown on this card 😉

    • Thanks for clearing that up Mergiona!

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