Tuesday, 26 July 2016

Little Passports - Review!

Little Passports was launched in 2009 by two mums and best friends who had a shared vision: inspiring children to learn about the world. It is a subscription service and each month you get a package from two friends who travel and explore the world we live in....


Little Passports offers two different type of adventure depending on how old your child is: 

Early Explorers for 3 to 5 year old's which includes 17 themes over a 18-month period. Your child will receive their Traveler Kit in the first month, followed by a themed package each month thereafter. Themes include: landmarks, music, animals, food, art, oceans, natural wonders, world coins, space, world discoveries, dinosaurs, science, celebrations, habitats, transportation, insects, and sports.

World Edition for 6 to 10 years old's. Discover a new country each month, with souvenirs and hands-on activities. This was the one we reviewed....


In our first package we received the cute, little suitcase, a passport, a wall-sized world map, a welcome letter, stickers, a photo and activity sheet, plus access to online games.

At first it didn't seem like there was a lot in the package but it has kept Ellie busy and entertained for quite a while....She was very excited to have her own passport and was keen to fill it in....She had a great time filling in the activity sheets and the map is pinned on her bedroom wall at the moment which she loves.


Ellie was very happy with what she received and loves the service so far....It really excited her and she is wanting to travel the world now....

In the package we also received a boarding pass which gave us access to the online games. They are child friendly and safe.


Ellie had a great time with them even though some of the trivia questions were a little difficult. I struggled with some of them but both Ellie and I ended up learning something which is a good thing....

Prices for the Little Passports subscription box vary depending how long you sign up for and you are billed on a monthly basis but you can cancel your subscription through your online account at any time.

 It says that  you need to allow up to 6 weeks for your Little Passports subscription to start and receive your first package but after ordering online ours only took about 3 weeks to arrive....After the first month the subsequent packages ship around the middle of the month.

Little Passports is a fun way to learn about the world we live in...The different countries and cultures....We are very excited to receive our next package....



We received a 3 month subscription to Little Passports so we could review the service and package.....All thoughts and opinions are our own.

27 comments :

  1. I love that little blue suitcase! This sounds like fun for the school holidays with some great learning experiences thrown in too - for the parents as well!

    #triedtested

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    1. Oh yes. I learned some things too so it's good for everyone.

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  2. What a great idea! Alice would love to have her own little passport and that little suitcase, my Holly would be obsessed with. Looks like lots of great activities to keep them entertained x #triedtested

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    1. We love it. It is such a lovely idea. Ellie keeps going back to play the games online and is obsessed with looking at the map.

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  3. This sounds like so much fun and so interesting too! And great savings on the longer subs too!

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    1. Yes. The prices are great for the longer subscriptions.
      Thank you. We found it very interesting.

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  4. Will go back for the giveaway! I see this in stores but I am not sure if its the same. But great idea for a toy especially when you are really going somewhere using a plane. I think this will make the kids wee bit ready and will look forward to the actual trip! #mmbc

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    1. It's only available on line but I think I know what you mean in the stores.
      Thank you x

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  5. This will be great for children who are counting down to their holiday! Love the case too :) x

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  6. I love the idea of little passports subscription. Fun but educational.

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  7. What a lovely idea, it looks fun and educational

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  8. it looks a great geography experience for little ones

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  9. This would be something my nearly 4 year old would like.

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  10. I think it is brilliant for little ones to learn about the world they live in. #triedtested

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  11. This is great to teach kids about other beliefs and cultures

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  12. We have this to review too, I can't wait to let the boys explore xx

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  13. I love the little suitcase to keep all the items in, I think my son would really enjoy this, going to have a look at the website now :)

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  14. This is such a clever idea. I think it would be a great way to introduce my 3 year old to the world. We've done a fair amount of traveling, and I hope to do more.

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  15. great idea and something my daughter would like when she is a little older

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  16. this is amazing and so educational

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  17. This looks brilliant !

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  18. A great idea for kids to learn more about different countries and a blue case to put everything in a safe place

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  19. Wow what a super Learning tool

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  20. Marie Jacobs -Super learning tool

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  21. This is such a great idea to help teach children all about the world around them, to inspire them to want to learn and to fire their imaginations.

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  22. Love the idea of this. So clever and educational

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