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Subscription: Little Passports
Monthly: $17.95 + $3 shipping
6 Months: $95.70 (works out to $16.95 per month) + $18 shipping
Yearly: $179 (works out to $14.95 per month) + $36 shipping
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There are three subscriptions to choose from!
Here are the maps from each Welcome Kit from Left to Right:
(1) World Edition (Ages 6 to 10)
(2) USA Edition (Ages 7 to 12)
(3) Early Explorers Edition (Ages 3 to 5)
The first subscription package you receive is a welcome kit where the child can put his/her goodies in.
And I subscribed to all three Little Passport Editions using with my own money and I have a backlog of packets to review so you get to decide for yourself if you want to join the fun with your child, niece, nephew, students, or a friend’s wee one.
This is a review of the Little Passport Early Explorers “LANDMARKS” package!
Out comes the Little Passports “briefcase”…
Ohhhh… Squeak went straight towards the fishing game from a previous review (see here).
Pipsqueak began to give a demonstration to Squeak on how the fishing game is played which of course makes Squeak more captivated to play.
Maybe Pipsqueak will major in Marketing.
I wonder whether Pipsqueak is capable to know she has effectively distracted her sidekick.
Now that my sidekick is distracted, let me open up my treat now…
In the clear baggie shown we have landmarks for our Landmarks exploration! Pipsqueak assisted me on placement on the briefcase for a picture and then dives into her favorite part of the package, Little Passport Early Explorer’s Flashlight Adventures book!
Beginning her search with her flashlight…
What landmarks will one discover?
Just as a sidenote, when one finds the fur baby (AKA Toby), he gives the spoiler of the upcoming month’s package. Because I have amassed too many Little Passport packages, I just work with the ones that take up more real estate in the two storage cubbies.
Because we need more room for more packages 😉
Ok let’s see what’s next. A souvenir sticker for this package is…
The Great Wall of China!
Ahhhh here we are! It’s the 20 page Little Passports Early Explorers Passport to World Landmarks.
Exploring the world landmarks with Max, Mia and puppydog Toby!
That puppydog gets me every time with its cuteness!
I forgot what Pipsqueak was saying but its definitely important when she gestures like that!
Pipsqueak has something very important to say!
A maze, Road to the Statute of Liberty, as one of the games in the booklet.
Hmmm… I did notice that no traffic was involved.
Pipsqueak has a story to tell. A story about the pyrammids.
“Once upon a time there were pyramids.
And Max and Mia and their doggie Toby found a pyramid.
Then they found another pyramid. That pyramid had a door. They went in the door. The end.”
I am not sure whether that was a cliffhanger or “the end”.
And finally, the sticker that goes on the briefcase to make the review official!
Slap that sticker on the briefcase!
It’s official: Little Passports Early Explorers Landmark Edition is officially reviewed!
Verdict: The landmarks souvenirs were very cute and well-made. I think they will be useful for a future project too! The girls have clamored for Little Passports practically everyday so we always set aside some time to open up the Little Passports suitcase to play and learn.
We LOVE Little Passports! I wanted something special that I could have on hand for my Pnut people so I stocked up on the monthly packages. I feel that the price justifies the quality, educating factor, and enjoyment for all.
And luckily both she and you get to see more than one monthly package a month!
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