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Little Passports is a subscription that has always interested my 7 year old. It looked like a lot of fun. He could not wait to check out the package!
Subscription: Little Passports World Edition (ages 6-10)
Cost: $12.95 + $3.00 shipping/monthly, $83.70 + $18.00 shipping/6 months, $143.40 + $30.00 shipping/12 months
What to Expect: The first month has all the items that you need to start your subscription and have fun. The subsequent months spotlights a country and comes with a souvenir, stickers, activity sheets and more!
Notes: There are three different subscriptions available in the Little Passport Family. There is Little Explorers for ages 3-5, World Edition for ages 6-10, and USA Edition for ages 7-12.
We are visiting Brazil in the second month of the Little Passports World Edition Sequence!
Let’s look back on the parent guide from the introductory box. J brought out his Little Passport suitcase to begin his discovery of Brazil.
We read the letter and looked at the 4-page activity booklet together. J is going to work on it the next few days.
We read about the Red Uakari Monkey. Reading about the monkey led us to read about the Amazon River and its inhabitants.
He placed his sticker in his passport. It was exciting. He’s ready to become a world-traveler!
We located Brazil and the Amazon River on the map. I have a large USA laminated map and a large world laminated map in my one hallway. I need to find a place for this map. We may keep it in his Little Passports suitcase.
He is starting to show off the toothless grin. He is wearing a short-sleeve shirt because it is 65 degrees outside. That’s the beginning of summer temperatures for us.
He’s excited to have his own amethyst. He takes rocks and minerals very seriously. We are off to a great start.
There’s more fun to be had! We still need to go online and do our activities this month. We’ve been busy learning about monkeys and the rain forest. We’ll do this later in the week.
Verdict: Little Passports is a lot of fun. J enjoyed this month and was excited to have his own amethyst. He had a lot of fun learning more about monkeys and the Amazon Rainforest. He wants to learn more about amethysts. It’s a great way to learn about different countries.
Pnut will be taking over next month’s Little Passports. She is an experienced parent when it comes to Little Passports. It will be interesting to read her insights on Little Passports World Edition.
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