Little Passports World Edition Subscription Box Review – November 2015

Disclosure: Little Passports kindly sent this box for review. All opinions are my own. No compensation was provided. There is an affiliate link in this post.


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 reviewing the introductory box!



lpwen2J is choosing not to have an open mouth grin because he is self-conscious about his missing front teeth. He’s keeping the tooth fairy busy.


lpwen3He could not wait to check out the traveling suitcase. He loves storing his treasures in containers.


lpwen4We got a little bit of a smile from him.  There are all kinds of wonderful things that will be stored in the suitcase. I like that because everything is in one spot.



What is inside the box?

lpwen6It’s an introductory kit!. All kinds of wonderful items are in there!

Parent Guide
Parent Guide

The parent guide explains how Little Passport World Edition works. It is a fairly easy. I always thought it would be fun to try Little Passports because there are many learning websites and tv shows that can provide additional information on the country being spotlighted.


lpwen14The letter sets up the story line for Little Passports and explains the items. The four-page activity book has different activities that showcase areas around the world.


lpwen12Sofia and Sam are the two young adventurers. He likes Sam’s hair.


lpwen11 lpwe12The scooter can take them anywhere. Good thing it is equipped with GPS. Sam and  Sophia will need it.


The Box
The Box


lpwen10Each month J will be placing a sticker in his passport showing the country he visited. The passport also has fun questions for him to answer. He wants to take me to Paris, France to see the Eiffel Tower.



The map is large enough for little ones to find the countries with ease. The latitude and longitude lines are labeled. Various cities are also labeled. I am pleased with the amount of detail on the map.



The boarding pass leads to more fun! There is a code on the back that allows the child to enjoy games and fun activities. There is no souvenir in the introductory kit. It’s fun to set everything up. J still has access to the games and activities.


Check out Pnut’s Reviews on Little Passports Early Explorers


Verdict: J is excited about Little Passports. We have two large maps on our wall. One is a world map and one is a USA map. He loves learning about different places and finding their locations on the map. He is going to enjoy this subscription. He can’t wait for next month’s package!


What do you think of the Little Passports World Edition Introductory Kit? What is your favorite country? Share below and anything else on your mind.

  4 comments for “Little Passports World Edition Subscription Box Review – November 2015

  1. Heat7918
    December 21, 2015 at 7:48 pm

    J is so adorable! I wish I’d had this as a kid – maybe I would have been more interested in Geography and more knowledgeable now.

    • December 21, 2015 at 9:37 pm

      Thank you! He tries hard.

  2. subscriptionista
    December 27, 2015 at 9:22 am

    I thought I commented on this but it was all in my head! Great review and your little one is about the cutest ever!

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