We received free products and if you click & buy, we may receive a small commission, thank you. Little Passports has been on my radar for a while as a fun, monthly subscription that’s also educational. I’m a bit particular about how much “stuff” I bring into the house and now that I’ve actually received a shipment, I feel like this is a very happy medium! There are several options available to suit kids from ages 3 to 14. Early Explorers is for ages 3-5, World Edition is for ages 6-10, USA edition is age 7-12 and Science Expeditions is for ages 9+. I went back and forth on what I should get but decided on the Early Explorers for my 5-year old. The day the package arrived, my 7-year old was disappointed that he didn’t get one, so I think the World Edition may be in my future.
The package comes addressed to your child, and my kids love getting mail!
The first month’s shipment includes a traveler kit and my son adores the little suitcase. In fact, after he checked out everything inside, he started “packing” for a trip to his grandparents.
Everything is quite compact and I didn’t feel like it was an overwhelming amount of items. Each subsequent shipment includes a 20-page activity booklet, fun souvenirs, flashlight adventures, trading cards, letters, photos, stickers & luggage tags.
My son’s second favorite item (after the little suitcase) was the map. I was relieved to see that it isn’t just paper, it’s durable, coated material, that is also very easy to fold up and put away. I actually tried to tear it and wasn’t able to.
Subscriptions start at $11.95 per month and you can purchase as little as one month at a time.
Which Little Passports subscription would you choose for your child?