Little Passports – A Subscription Box For Kids Of All Ages With Lots Of Activities And Fun!
Subscription boxes are all the rage right now, but how do you know which one to choose? Well, if you’re looking for something that teaches kids about the world while they’re learning and having fun, then you need Little Passports. Every month they’ll receive a wonderful box of discovery. The amazing thing about this particular box is they have something for kids of all ages! You can choose which subscription you want, depending on their age. They start at 3 and go up to 13. That’s a lot of years and tons of boxes to expect! This is one of the better subscription services I’ve researched.
The beautiful subscription box that I received was the USA Edition (7 to 12-year-olds). This thing is packed with fun activities and challenges, that my granddaughter is going to freak out over! First, it comes in a stunning, vinyl-like envelope that kind of looks like a small briefcase. Children love to look and act like adults, so I love this! Inside this case is a fun USA Scratch book, a United States Field Guide (it looks like a journal). It asks questions about the owner, for instance, what states they’ve been to, in addition to an exciting photo scavenger hunt. There are lots of other fun things, but I won’t spoil that for you. The one other thing inside of the case is a huge, gorgeous map of the United States! You’d think that’s all that you get, but remember, you’ll be receiving new, exciting activities every single month. You get a packet that contains a fun-filled adventure for two different states. It teaches all kinds of things about them. I can’t wait to show this to my granddaughter! The two states I received are New York and Texas. So much information to be learned! I love when children think they’re getting something past us parents/grandparents, but we know they’re actually learning!
The boxes include the Early Explorers, (ages 3-5), The World Edition (6-10), the USA Edition (the one I received), and Science Expeditions (9 and up).