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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/discovery 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 “NATURAL WONDERS” package!
Introducing my Pnut people,
my human babies,
Squeak, Squeakette, and Pipsqueak!
OMG hahaha Squeak goes for the pouch from a previous Little Passport’s review!
My Squeakers have an obsession with pouches like their momma!
Searching for the coin bling!
Pipsqueak starts on her treat!
And the first item is…
Be still our hearts!
Pyrite (Fools Gold)!
Second item up is a beautiful souvenir sticker.
My husband’s family has a cabin up in Minnesota by the boundary waters.
Sometimes at night you can watch the Northern Lights “light” up like piano keys.
Or something like that.
Next up is a tried and true favorite
The Little Passport’s Flashlight Adventures!
Here is the booklet for this packet’s theme
Passport to Natural Wonders
Even fur babies can wear fashionable headware too!
Who does these illustrations!?! These animals look too “caffinated”
Pipsqueak has a story to tell. A story about the pyrite stone.
“Once upon a time, there was a stone (pyrite).
they (Max, Mia and Toby) found a great stone,
and it came from the rainbow (the northern lights)
and it (the stone) fell down the rainbow. The end.”
Sounds like a pot of (fools) gold at the end of the rainbow to me!
Ahh a checklist at the end of the booklet which we somewhat did in part:
(1) We always inspect interesting stones in our local parks.
For example, Squeakette in particular prefers the stones between the cracks and tries to put them in her mouth.
(2) We just note that the biggest tree in Illinois we have ever seen is across the street from us. It looks like a small cousin to one of the large trees up in California wine country.
(3) During our recent trip, we visited a cavern in Missouri. Pipsqueak’s favorite part was discovering that a doggie found the cave that we explored. It was also really dark in the cave and that her crocs glowed in the dark when the tour guide demonstrated total darkness by turning out the lights. And that it was cooler in the cave then it was outside!
(4) Does Pokeman Go count? No?
(5) We visit our local beach, Lake Michigan a few times a month.
And finally, to top it off, having the themed sticker to go on her luggage!
It’s official: Little Passports Early Natural Wonders Edition is officially reviewed!
Verdict: We love sparkly things and this Little Passports package delivered on the bling AGAIN! And a pouch to boot! YAS!!! As I wrote on my last Little Passports review (World Coins, see post here), My Pnut people have taken a love for pouches just like their momma!
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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