Little Passports – USA Edition – Review #1

Little Passports is a monthly subscription geared towards kids that provides “Award-winning monthly kits feature geography, science, world cultures & more.”

This review will be specifically for the USA Edition that is geared towards ages 7-12. My daughter is 10 and is a great age for this specific Edition.

This comes in a cute plastic portfolio to keep all of your stuff in.

This is the starter kit so it focuses on the United States of America as a whole instead of a specific state.

The characters, Sam & Sofia, go with you as you travel the United States.

You receive your U.S. Field Guide that help you keep track of places you will go.

Here are a couple of the interior pages.

You get a large map of America to help you keep track of where you have been.

The USA Scratch Book comes with a scratch pencil and has some neat activities.

There are scratch stickers and you learn about some of the Symbols of the USA.

There are also pages about our National Parks and you learn about Tornado Alley.

I think this is a neat kit and my daughter will enjoy it. I felt the starter kit was lacking a little and could have come with another item or two for the kids to enjoy.

It would be nice if the World Edition & USA Edition were on par as far as ages go since the World Edition goes to age 10 and the USA Edition goes to age 12. It seems those numbers should be reversed. This USA Edition starts at $14.95 per month.

If this is something you would be interested in trying, please use the link below.

http://www.littlepassports.com

As always, if you have any questions regarding a post or products, please leave them in the comments below. I would be more than happy to help!

Little Passports – World Edition – Review #1

Little Passports is a monthly subscription geared towards kids that provides “Award-winning monthly kits feature geography, science, world cultures & more.”

This review will be specifically for the World Edition that is geared towards ages 6-10. My daughter is 10 and she was excited to see what was coming in this set.

Since this is the first package, it is themed for the World, not a specific country. You receive items in this package that are the starters such as this blue case that you will only receive the one time.

The kit comes with a card telling you about your starter kit and what to expect in future shipments.

One neat thing is the whole backstory for the characters, Sam & Sofia, that you are “traveling” with each month.

There is a luggage tag and stickers to start you off and you will receive new ones with each country you go to.

There is quite a bit in here and has a lot of neat stuff.

The Worldwide Activities booklet has some fun games.

There are more activities in the booklet themed to learning about our planet.

You receive a world postcard.

Next up is your very own passport!

Inside the passport has some neat interactive questions for your child.

You receive this neat hard cardboard country coin collection tray.

You even receive a world coin to start you off.

There is a cute little set of squishy animals from around the world.

Last but not least, your child gets a world map. They will receive stickers every month to put on the map to show where they have traveled. The map is quite large and my daughter was excited about it.

I think this is a really neat way for kids to explore the world and learn about other places. There was quite a bit of reading to do with this first set. Focus wise, I feel this would be good to start around the age of 8 or so. The USA Edition goes up to age 12 and I feel like the ages should be reversed for the World & USA Editions.

I really think this is a great subscription that starts at $16.95 per month.

If this is something you would be interested in trying, please use the link below.

http://www.littlepassports.com

As always, if you have any questions regarding a post or products, please leave them in the comments below. I would be more than happy to help!

Little Passports – Science Expeditions – Review #1

Little Passports is a monthly subscription geared towards kids that provides “Award-winning monthly kits feature geography, science, world cultures & more.”

This review will be specifically for the Science Expeditions which is geared towards ages 9+. My daughter is 10 and loves science so this was perfect for her to try.

This comes with a branded reusable bag and all the supplies to go with the theme of Forensic Science.

There is quite of bit of stuff in this kit after you open everything.

You receive a Forensic Science Comic, Lab Notebook, Fingerprint Analysis Card, and a booklet of Science Experiments.

Close up of the Fingerprint Analysis Card and inside of the Lab Notebook.

Close up of the Comic which goes through why you are performing these specific experiments. I thought this was pretty cool since it makes the story interactive.

The booklet lists the experiments/steps to be performed. NOTE: You may have to purchase some items in order to complete the experiments if you do not already have them.

This is the kit that has all of the needed equipment for the experiments.

My daughter really enjoyed the experiments in this kit and was able to complete them on her own. The science kits starts at $18.95 per month and includes all needed equipment. I felt it was a good value for the cost.

When you log into your account, it shows what the upcoming months will be: May: Pinball Machine; June: Kaleidoscope Science; & July: Roller Coaster Physics. You have the option to pause subscriptions and even if you cancel, you can restart where you left off later.

If this is something you would be interested in, please use the link below.

http://www.littlepassports.com

As always, if you have any questions regarding a post or products, please leave them in the comments below. I would be more than happy to help!