Little Passports – Early Explorers Review

I came across the Little Passports subscription service through Angela over at Days in BedLittle Passports have an Early Explorers kit, which is the one I received to review and a World Edition. They cover the ages 3-5 and 6-10 years old.

The idea behind Little Passports is to inspire your children to learn about the world around them. It’s an  educational subscription box that will arrive through the mail every month.

Little Passports suitcase - Early Explorers

Inside our first kit was the Early Explorers suitcase containing the passport and passport stickers, suitcase tag, postcard, suitcase stickers and map of the world.

This was the starter traveller kit, so each month the kits will build on this and your child will be visiting different countries if you have the World Edition or themes if you choose the Early Explorers They are destination-specific filled with letters, souvenirs and activities.

Contents of Little Passports suitcase. Stickers, passport, postcard, suitcase tag, intro

Early Explorers

The Early Explorers kit helps your child to explore world themes with Max, Mia and their dog Toby. Some of the themes to be explored are: Landmarks, Music, Art, Oceans, Science and Sports, therefore lots of fun things to come each month.

I think the Early Explorers kit is great. Perfect for little inquisitive minds. Great for their first introduction to geography.

Little Passports and suitcase tag

Little Passports aim to help your child inspire a life long journey of learning.

I particularly like the little passport with all the stickers. It makes it much more fun to stick in the correct places. Children love stickers and sticker books are very popular at the minute. The whole kits are very interesting and will keep a little ones attention span for a while.

Subscription Plans

Little Passports have 3 different plans to help you spread the cost. You can choose from monthly, 6 month or 12 months. If you choose the 12 month plan you make a saving of having the equivalent of 3 months free.

Contents of Little Passports suitcase. Passport with passport stickers

I was sent the Early Explorers kit to review. All thoughts and opinions are my own as always.

Giveaway

Now onto the giveaway. The lovely people at Little Passports are offering my readers a chance to win a 3 month subscription to any of the subscriptions which would be suitable for your child. You can have a browse and find them on the Little Passports website.

To enter the competition please fill in the Rafflecopter below. Good Luck.

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*Terms and Conditions – There is 1 prize of a 3 month subscription to a Little Passports kit. The prize is non-transferable and no cash alternative will be offered. The winner will be selected at random via Rafflecopter.com from all valid entries and be notified by Twitter. The winner will have 14 days to respond with a valid email address before a new winner is selected. Open to all entrants aged 18 or over only. Facebook and Twitter are in no way associated with this giveaway. 

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52 thoughts on “Little Passports – Early Explorers Review

  1. I havent seen these reviewed before or even seen them. They look great and I would get the World Edition for my boys. This is a really good piece of interactive kit for travelling children.

    Mainy

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  2. Ahhh these look fantastic Rachel- I think my little girl would love something like this! Have entered x #triballove

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