Little Passports Early Explorers Box Review + Coupon– November 2016
Little Passports Early Explorers is a monthly subscription service from Little Passports geared for preschoolers (recommended ages 3-5) to teach them about the world. Little Passports also offers 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 Little Passports Early Explorers, $17.95 a month, box.
The Subscription Box: Little Passports Early Explorers
The Cost: $17.95 a month (rates become cheaper for longer commitments) plus $3 a month shipping
LIMITED TIME DEAL: Now through 11/21, use code MYSUB20 to save $20 off a new annual subscription
After 11/21, Save $15 off any 12-month subscription with code FALL15
The Products: Explore the world with Max, Mia and their dog Toby as you learn about geography through activity booklets, stickers, trading cards and souvenirs
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 Little Passports Early Explorers Package was devoted to natural wonders around the world.
My son’s favorite part of Little Passports Early Explorers each month is the passport. He loves working on the pages independently. There are mazes, coloring pages, and other fun things to do. This month not only were there puzzles as usual, but also some craft pages with step-by-step instructions.
This package included some trading cards on three different natural wonders: Mount Fuji, Old Faithful, and Victoria Falls. I think doubling the number of trading cards would be a nice idea.
Max and Mia mail a postcard each month showing a place they have visited around the world. This month they were visiting the largest waterfall in the world: Victoria Falls in Africa.
Little Passports Early Explorers always sends along a little extra toy or craft each month. This month they sent a piece of Pyrite in a velvety pouch. While this wasn’t a toy my son could interact with, he did think it was very pretty (as did I) and he has given it a place of importance on the shelf in his room. He fancies it his “treasure”.
Each package contains a cardboard flashlight that you pop out and slide between a transparent sheet and cardboard backing. As you slip the flashlight around it highlights different natural wonders that Max and Mia want to show you. My son looks forward to the flashlight activity each month.
The first month of Little Passports Early Explorers comes with a suitcase. Every month thereafter they include a luggage tag to hang on the suitcase handle, a sticker to add to decorate the suitcase and a few assorted stickers based on the theme which can be placed on a world map (also included in the very first shipment).
Verdict: We enjoyed our Little Passports Early Explorers package once again. The natural wonders theme was very educational. Both my son and I learned some new interesting things this month about the natural world. I find this subscription to be both fun and educational at a great price point. I’m very happy!
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