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This is part of a series of reviews on subscription boxes for kids.  To read why I am reviewing these boxes, go here.

{For a complete list of all the subscription boxes I have reviewed, go here.}

 Are you ready for an adventure?

I hope so, because that is what Little Passports is all about!


 This cute little box will have your child thinking way outside of the box!  You will be creating a little traveler right inside the comforts of your own home.  You will be helping them discover just how big this beautiful world is, which we live on.

I am going to address 7 points which I believe will help you determine whether Little Passports is the best subscription box for your child.

Let’s dig in!


#1 – Area of Interest

I was thrilled as can be to discover this subscription box for kids.  My oldest daughter has a particular interest in different countries and cultures and I knew she would love it.  It all started when my dear husband started a tradition on Sundays to cook foods from a different place in the world and learn about that country.  Little Passports truly grows and supports a love of learning for the world around us.

Little Passports Review, Subscription Box for Kids

Little Passports is also very supportive of online learning, which I thought was great.  I am usually hesitant to let my kids play on the internet without direction and supervision.  I love that there is a password protected boarding pass included in this kit, that opens up all sorts of games and adventures that support the global learning. Each month opens up more games for them to play and learn about the places they are “visiting”.  How fantastic is that!

So, if your child loves adventure, online learning and global discovery . . . they are going to look forward to this package every single month!!

 #2 – Age Range

I love companies that think of everyone!  Little Passports has broken their products into 3 age groups.  You can get the Early Explorers Edition, best for ages 3-5.  The World Edition is best for kids 6-10, and the USA Edition is fitted for ages 7-12.  So really, you have some great options.


#3 – Single or Multiple Children

Having multiple children, something to consider is whether this box will entertain more than one child.  Where this box is intended for 1 child (one passport, one suitcase, one map, etc), I fully intend on letting my 6 year old join in on some of the fun as well.  More than 1 child can certainly participate in the online games, and you could easily include the whole family in learning about the place they are “visiting”.  It could easily become an adventure for the whole family every month!


#4 – Length of Engagement

Your first month includes the suitcase, the map, the passport, a story, an activity booklet, and the online boarding pass which will open up the online games.


Okay, it really didn’t look like a whole lot, but I was surprised to see how much it did entertain my daughter.  She has been online 3 times so far to play the games over and over.  The quality of this “starter kit” is still well worth the money.  Reading up on the Little Passports website, it says every month after that includes letters, souvenirs, activities and more for their adventures.  I for one, am super excited to see what next month holds! – oh . . . my daughter is too 😉

#5 – Assistance Needed

How much you want to be involved in their adventure is entirely up to you.  As far as having my 8 year old on the computer, I like to be heavily involved.


 The rest of the fun, (such as packing her suitcase and heading out the door for France), she took control over quite easily.


She could easily read everything on her own.  I imagine the Early Explorer Edition will be more “mommy and me” hands on.  I also can’t help but think how great Little Passports would be for homeschooling kids as it is very supportive of history and worldwide learning.  Come summer time, I try to be more pro-active about learning at home and this will provide a great resource for educational activities to build on.  You could devote a whole month about really diving into your country or state.  Cook foods from there, research more online information, throw a country specific celebration . . . the fun won’t stop!

All thanks to Little Passports 😉

#6 – Cost

Ah, yes.  The deciding factor.  You know you want it, right?  But what will it cost you?

The good news is, this is one of the most affordable subscriptions for kids I found.  You can explore all the price options and add-ons on Little Passports website, but I’ll give you 2 price options to give you an idea.

Option 1:  Buy an entire year up front for $143.40, plus a one time shipping fee of $30.  That breaks down (if I did my math correctly) to $14.45 a month.

Option 2:  Buy a month at a time, or just one box for $12.95 + $3 in shipping.  So that comes to $15.95 per box.

Skip eating out one week, and you’ve saved money!  Really, a great deal.

Little Passports, subscriptions box for kids

 #7 – Deals and Promotions

You have to act fast to snag this great deal!  Little Passports is starting summer off with a 15% off sale.

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This deal is good for all subscription sign-ups and is good until 5/20/2015.  Here is the fine print:

 You can always sign up for the newsletter on their website and be informed when offers do come up.

And that completes my Little Passports review!  My daughter and I were quite memorized by all the fun, (as you can see below).


If you love what you read, and are ready to send your child on an adventure, click on over to Little Passports and join in!

I would love to hear what you think of the review as well.  Is it helpful?  Is there something else you would like to know?  Have you tried Little Passports?  Your thoughts are always welcome in the comments below!

{For a complete list of all the subscription boxes I have reviewed, go here.}

*Please remember all opinions are from my own view, and are given in all honesty as I have experienced them.

**Also note, all links on my site for Little Passports are affiliate links.  This means if you click on my links I will get a percentage of any sales, at no extra cost to you – which is so very much appreciated.  You can rest assured I never recommend a product I don’t use and love.

***Extra thanks goes to Little Passports, who was so willing to send me a free box to try out on my children for the purpose of this review.

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    Mary Anne Pritzker


    P.S. I live in Missouri and they live in Texas

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