My Little Passports Subscription Box Review

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** Updated September 20, 2019

 Welcome To My Little Passports Subscription Box Review!

My detailed Little Passports review will show you all the features and benefits that come with this amazing subscription box. The main focus will be on the World Edition box but you’ll also learn in more detail about the Little Passports USA Edition and Little Explorer subscription box.

One of my most important family vacation tips is to get the kids involved in planning your next trip. That is where the Little Passports for kids subscription come into play.

But not everyone can afford a family trip every year.  How can you still spark your children’s interest in learning about geography and the world?

In my Little Passports review, I will show you how this fun and action-filled subscription service will spark your child’s imagination and curiosity about various countries and cultures. You basically can travel the world with your children from the comfort of your home without spending a fortune. How cool is that!

Every month a new parcel will get delivered to your mailbox with a new topic or country. These boxes are filled with stickers, activity sheets, and even country-specific souvenirs.

By the way, besides monthly subscriptions boxes, Little Passports for kids also offers gorgeous  Christmas and Birthday gift ideas for ages 3 years to 9 years and older.

Take advantage of Little Passports Christmas deal with code: GIVING and you could save up to 20% on a subscription
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The Idea Behind Little Passports

The Little Passports subscription box was founded by two moms who both were exposed to different cultures when they were growing up. Their vision was to inspire children to learn about the world, and that’s when the idea of Little Passports was created and got launched in 2009. It has been a success story ever since with the product being available in 10 different countries.

 Little Passports provides an opportunity to learn about different countries, the language, and culture in a fun and exciting way. Best of all it sparks your kids imagination.

When children learn about various countries, it opens their eyes to the wonderful world of adventures, all kind of foods, exotic animals and new languages. That is why my children (and I) have enjoyed this program so much.

It doesn’t matter if you can take your children to a different country or not. Little Passports create an opportunity for everyone to explore the world.

Let’s have a closer look at what this fun and engaging subscription service offers.

In my post, I will show you why my children loved it and if this subscription box might be an excellent choice for your kids.

By the way, what is a subscription box? It works like subscribing to a magazine; you pay upfront, and the box will be delivered each month by email. You can choose to pay monthly, or a six months or 12 months subscription.


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A Subscription Box For Every Age

No matter how old your child is, Little Passports has you covered. 🙂

I like that Little Passports has three different subscription boxes addressing different age groups. That means each activity box is age-appropriate which is important otherwise your little darling might get either overwhelmed or bored.

Choose from:

Early Explorers for 3 to 5 years old
World Edition for 6 to 10 years old
Award-winning subscriptions for curious kids.USA Edition for 7-12 -year- olds

We opted for the World Edition box since my kids are six, ten and eleven years old.  The World Edition box introduces a new country each month, and that is what my kids are most interested in; to learn about different countries.

But before I get into more details about the World Edition box,  I’d like to share what you’ll get with the Little Passports Early Explorer subscription and the Little Passports USA Edition.

Early Explorer  Subscription Little Passports – A Quick Review

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Early Explorer – Ocean

The Early Explorer edition from Little Passports is designed for younger children from three to five years old.  Every month they get to discover a new theme like ‘Space’, the Ocean or ‘World Music.’

The first box  (starter kit) comes with a bright-colored orange suitcase, a large world map to put on the wall, stickers, and an activity booklet.

Each following box includes a 20-page activity booklet, fun souvenirs, stickers, luggage tags, letters, sometimes even a game and flashlight activities.

Pack the electronic devices away and go on a fun and exciting trip with your kids. It is so much fun to see the world through their eyes.

You can choose from three subscription options:

Option 1: a monthly subscription for $18.95 plus shipping.
Option 2: a six months subscription for $107.70 plus shipping as a one of payment. The price equals a monthly payment of $17.95 so you save one dollar a month compared to option 1.
Option3: a 12 months subscription for $203.40 plus shipping. The price equals a monthly payment of $16.95 and will save you $24 compared to option 1.

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The Little Passports USA Edition – A Quick Overview

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USA Edition

The Little Passports USA Edition is another fantastic subscription box. This one it’s suitable for seven to twelve-year-old children.

The first box, the Discovery Kit, contains a USA field guide, a scratch book, a wall-sized USA map, and a photo scavenger hunt project.

The other packages feature two new states, a 32-page activity-packed starter journal, pop-out models and online activities.

These activities will keep your youngster engaged for hours.

Here are the different subscriptions and price options.

Option 1: a monthly subscription for $14.95 plus shipping.
Option 2: a six months subscription for $83.70 plus shipping as a one of payment. The price equals a monthly payment of $13.95 so you save one dollar a month compared to option 1.
Option3: a 12 months subscription for $155.40 plus shipping. The price equals a monthly payment of $12.95 and will save you $24 compared to option 1.

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 The Little Passports World Edition Box Review

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The Little Passports World Edition box is aimed at children six to 10-years old. Because two of my children are in this age range, I thought the World Edition would be the best option for us.

And it turns out it was the right choice for us.

What an exciting day for my kids! I had been telling them about Little Passports, and they have been asking me every day when the parcel would be arriving.

Finally, the day has come, and the parcel shows up in our mailbox. Yippee!

After we sorted out, who is allowed to open up the parcel, everything that is inside is inspected and laid out on the floor.

The first pack includes a large world map, a suitcase, a letter from Sofia and Sam who are going to be our pen pal’s, your child’s passport, stickers plus an activity sheet. Also, not to forget, a boarding pass with a unique code to access online games for more activities.

Recently, Little Passports has also added three animal toy squishies to the introductiory Eplorer Kit.

When the first box arrived, it didn’t look like much to start off with, but it kept my children entertained for days. (And we didn’t even play the online games 🙂 )

Their favorite piece by far was the suitcase. My little girl just carried it around for days, packing and unpacking the boarding pass, the stickers, and some small toys.

 The Following Months

Every month focuses on one country. The second pack we received from Little Passports was all about Brazil, and the third package introduced Japan.

Each of the packs is filled with a new boarding pass with access to more online games, a postcard from Sofia and Sam, activity sheets and stickers for the suitcase.

My kids loved the country-specific souvenirs. The Brazil pack featured a real Amethyst (very cool) and the Japan pack contained a sushi eraser and an origami kit.

Wow, the origami kit was a huge hit with my kids. We love doing arts and crafts and being introduced to this amazing art of folding paper into little boxes and animals was so much fun.

Arthur is doing Origami
Arthur is doing Origami

Another fun activity was cooking a country related dish. Yummy!

mariana is cooking a dish
Mariana is cooking a Brazilian dish.

Is Parent Help Required?

Especially younger children will need help now and again from mom and dad. For instance, my 6-year-old daughter needed help with reading the letters and the instructions on the worksheets.

The Japan pack contains beautiful origami paper and how -to- do instructions.  Younger ones like Mariana will need some guidance whereas my boys had no problems at all to figure things out by themselves.

Another example is cooking one of the recipes.  My children helped with preparing the food and using the stove (under my supervision) Yet again, my boys are quite independent, but my daughter couldn’t do it by herself.  That’s when mom and dad can (and need) to help the younger ones too.

By the way, I think doing these activities together is fantastic for bonding with your children and creating long lasting memories.

One of the fun activities we loved was to look for the country on the world map and place the right sticker on it. The next step was to find out what it is that makes that country unique like food or traditions they might have. There is an endless list of activities you can do together with your children.

I can imagine that this subscription would be also valuable when you are homeschooling your kids.

The activities are engaging and encouraging to learn more by reading, doing the activities and researching. It doesn’t feel like learning at all which is fantastic.

 How Much Does The World Edition Cost

Little Passports has got a few subscription options on offer.

Option 1: a monthly subscription for $16.95 plus shipping.
Option 2: a six months subscription for $95.70 plus shipping as a one of payment. The price equals a monthly payment of $15.95 so you save one dollar a month compared to option 1.
Option3: a 12 months subscription for $179.40 plus shipping. The price equals a monthly payment of $14.95 and will save you $24 compared to option 1.

Click here To Get The  World Edition For Your Child

Please note that the subscriptions auto-renew, but Little Passports will send you an email with a notification, so you can stop the renewal at any time if you wish.

Little Passports ships to 10 countries, including the United States, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, Australia,  Hong Kong, Israel, Singapore, South Korea, and the UK.

Why We Love Little Passports

We have found Little Passports to be a fun and educational program to help your kids learning about the world.

Every month you can travel to a different destination right at your doorstep. It is a fun and exciting way for children to develop an interest in various cultures, traditions, and languages.

If you plan your next vacation, it will get you and your kids off to a good start. And even if you don’t go on a trip, your children can still learn about our world.

I do hope you have found our Little Passports Review helpful. If you have any questions, please leave them in the comment box below.

Little Passports always kept me updated about the next shipment and the upcoming renewal of my subscription.

What Did My Children Say? 

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Mariana unpacks the Little Passports parcel

I am sure you guessed it!

They were so excited to receive a parcel with their name on it and loved the suitcase to store all the little treasures. Especially my 10-year-old-son couldn’t wait to solve the word games and finding the countries on the world map.

My daughter was fascinated by Sam and Sofia and read their letters over and over again. The activities kept them busy for ages and even after a few weeks they still go back and carry on e.g. doing origami.

Quite often they were asking when the next parcel would be arriving. It was so special to both of my children.

My oldest son, who is 11-years-old was not as keen as his siblings, but I guess it has to do with his age and different interests.

My Verdict

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Our family loves Little Passports. I think it is an excellent choice if you want your children to learn more about the world in an exciting and fun way. And yes, I think it is a worthwhile investment.

It sparks the children’s imagination and inspires them to look at the world in a different way. You can do the activities together with your darlings and enjoy some special bonding time.

Not every family can afford to travel. Through Little Passports, you can still give your children the chance to explore the world. Learn, Explore, Be Creative, Have Fun!

As I mentioned before Little Passports might even be a fantastic tool if you are homeschooling your children. It is also a great gift for birthdays or Christmas since the parcels are personalized which means it has the name of your child on the box.

It is a gift that keeps on giving.

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What is your experience? Have you heard about Little Passports before? I would love to hear your feedback. Please leave a comment in the box below.

Have Fun and Safe Travels!



*All views in this review are my opinion and based on my experience with this product. I don’t recommend a product I don’t use and love.

** All links to Little Passports are affiliate links. That means if you click on the link through my website and purchase a subscription, I will get paid a little commission at no additional cost to you. Read more here.

*** A special Thank’s goes to Little Passports who send me a three months subscription for my kids to try out Little Passports for the purpose of this review.





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  • It seems that Little Passports has great potential to break down cultural barriers. The formative years, after all, are the best time to learn good habits.

    The little suitcase sounds like a great device for little children to imagine that they are traveling. After all, many little children seem able to play pretend as superheroes.

    • Hi Michael, thanks for your comment on Little Passports. My kids loved the little suitcase to  put in their ‘ travel documents’, and other small things. And as you said, it is ideal to enhance their imaginative play and pretend to go on a big trip.

      Thanks again from Anke

  • This was such a great detailed article about what Little Passports is all about!

    I have seen advertised before but really didn’t know what was inside it or if it was worth purchasing. You know how sometimes the advertising is way better than the actual product, or the parents think it’s great but the kids are bored out of their minds!

    It’s great to see that your kids enjoy what their receiving in their boxes and all the activities that come along with them.
    Thanks for sharing!

    • Hi Dee, thank you so much for your comment. I have tried to be as detailed as possible in my review on Little Passports to give parents a good insight if whether or not it is worth to purchase this awesome subscription box for kids.

      At the end of the day it is all about the kids and if they like it and feeling engaged. Having fun is the best method of learning and Little Passports certainly makes it possible.

      Even though our subscription has finished, my kids are still talking about it.

      All the best from Anke

  • What a fantastic way to get children to understand the world from a young age. I must say when I grew up in the 90’s there didn’t seem to be enough travel opportunity.

    The world is getting smaller and smaller and by the time the next generation is able, they will be able to experience so much more. This in turn will help us rewind the clock and replenish a lot of what has been damaged as they will cherish it so much more!

    A fab idea! Do you know if they do a similar thing in the UK?

    • Hi Courteney, I have to agree with you. Our world is getting smaller and smaller and it is so important (not only) for kids to learn about different cultures, traditions, and languages.

      Little Passports is available in ten countries which also includes the UK. 

      Thank you so much for your comment!

      All the best from Anke

  • This is the first time I have come across Little Passports. It looks like a fun way to learn about countries around the world regardless for those who have not, will or already traveled. I’m considering to get it for my son. Thanks for sharing your wonderful experience with the product.

    • Thank you so much for your kind words. It is indeed a fantastic and engaging way to learn about different countries, especially for families and their children who can’t afford to travel overseas or nearby countries.

      All the best from Anke

  • This is a really fun way of helping children discover the world and get acquainted with other cultures. I have very young nieces and nephews who would love this. I will definitely let their parents know of this. At this time, it can be difficult for a whole family to take vacations due to the prices on the rise and this is a really good way to get the kids to experience new things and grow their worldly knowledge.

    • Hi Reyhana, thank you so much for your comment. The cool thing about Little Passports is that they offer subscription boxes that caters for different age groups.

      So therefore older kids won’t get bored and still engage in a fun way. And younger kids like your nieces and nephews won’t feel overwhelmed by to much information or complicated activities.

      Please do pass it on to the parents. A Little Passport subscription box might be just what they are looking for for their kids.

      All the best from anke

  • What a great idea this is. It looks like a fantastic way to teach kids about other countries. Your children sound like they really enjoyed it and it’s much cheaper than taking the whole family on holiday to those countries! Like you say, it’s also a great bonding activity for the whole family too, with parents getting involved in some of it. Was it easy enough to find all the ingredients you needed to make the recipes?

    • Hi there, thanks so much for commenting on our Little Passports review. As you said, not everyone can afford a family  vacation to different countries and that’s why we love this subscription box. It is acheaper than traveling and still educates children in a fun and engaging way.

      No, luckily the ingredients were easy to get and the recipe was easy to cook, just right for young kids.

      Thanks again and all the best from Anke

  • Hi Anke,
    I loved your article “My Little Passports Subscription Box Review”. I didn’t know about such a thing. Is it available for people in the UK?
    I have two young kids and I’m sure they will love it. It’s a great idea to learn and have fun at the same time.
    Great work there. All the best!

    • Hi Jyoti, thanks for your comment. Yes, Little Passports is available in the United Kingdom and nine other countries. It speaks for the popularity for this subsrciption box. if you have young kids, then the Early Explorer edition will be your best choice.

      My kids just loved the different activities.

      All the best from Anke

  • I particularly like the topic of this website. Traveling with kids can be difficult as it is hard to find things that both the kids and the parents would like doing. Usually it is one or the other.

    Being able to teach my kids about traveling using something that will actually hold their interest is a no brainer. Thanks for the review.

    • Hi Ernest, that is exactly it. Little Passports is designed with so much detail and interesting  facts that most children are getting excited and actually engage in activities. What a great way to spark their curiosity and to learn new things (about the world)!

      Thanks for taking the time to comment!

      Cheers, Anke

  • How fun! I never knew such a thing existed. I guess it makes sense with the new fad of monthly “boxes” for beauty, etc. That is awesome that there is something for kids! I love travelling and wish I could afford to go more often, so this is an excellent thing to setup so the kids can learn about other countries if you can’t actually visit them!

  • My sister bought my 7 year old daughter a subscription to this for Christmas. WE LOVE IT. Sam and Sofia rock! We like finding out what the next country is going to be that we’re going to learn about. I like making her find the country on the giant map to put the pin sticker in. It really is a great and fun educational subscription service.

    • Hi Bill, thanks for your positive feedback about Little Passports. It is great to hear that your niece loves it. What a cool idea to let her find the countries on the big wall map.

      Finding out what the next country is going to be is a really fun thing to do. Thanks for pointing it out. .It makes it even more exciting.

      All the best from Anke

  • Hey there, I love your review on the Little Passports set. It’s perfect for my Niece who is about to turn 10…. I hope it takes her focus of the iPad! Do you think the World edition is nearly too young for a 10 year old? she’s pretty bright and easily bored.. thank you!

    • Hi there, thank you for your question. The world edition is aimed for children from 6 years to 10 years of age. My son, who is ten years old really loved it and didn’t get bored at all. I guess it depends on each individual child and their interests. You could try it out for a couple of months and see if your niece will like it.

      I know the trouble of getting children of the electronic devices; it is an ongoing challenge. We have regular family game nights which are also a great way of keeping my children away from the TV or tablet. Here is a link to some  of our favorite board games.

      All the best from Anke

  • Hi, I just had a chance to look over your site. It looks great!
    It is very informative & has anything you need to know about
    my little passports. I think it’s a great idea.
    Your site is very nice, clean lines, it’s broken down into paragraphs so the reader doesn’t get overwhelmed.
    Good choice of images also.
    Keep up the good work! Lots of luck and much success to you!

    • Hi Misti,

       thanks so much for your comment. I am glad you have found my post informative.Yes, Little Passports is a great subscription box for children from 3 to 12 years old. My children loved it!

      All the best from Anke

  • Little Passports sounds like such a lovely idea. My kids are 4 and 5 and they have just started discovering the world. I got them a globe for their room which they absolutely love. I love them to know about the world- I think its important for them to understand different cultures. It sounds like Little Passports would be perfect for them!

    • Oh, what a cool idea to give your children a globe. I bet they love having it in their room. It’s a great start to learn about different cultures and countries. 

      All the best from Anke

  • Thanks for this review of My Little Passports. I really like it! This is a great educational tool for kids to educate and inform them about the different countries and cultures around the world. Not many kids love geography because it seems like a boring subject. I know because I hated it!
    My Little Passports is a fun way of learning and exploring the world. I definitely recommend this to every parent and give their kids a unique and fun learning experience with geography.

    • Hi Alice, that is so true that not many children like geography. Little Passports have done a fantastic job with their subscription box. I guess that teachers could get some great ideas from it to make learning for the kids more fun.

      Thanks so much for your comment!

      All the best from Anke

  • Nice article! It’s definitely important to know how to keep your kids entertained when travelling.
    I always loved learning about the world when I was a kid and I think that little passports does a great job doing this. When I have kids (one day) I’ll definitely be getting them subscribed to this!

    • Thanks so much for your comment, Stephen. Yes, kids do love learning about the world. It is fascinating and opens their eyes to different cultures and traditions. Little Passports excels at making learning fun and exciting at the same time.

      All the best,


      • Ordered Little Passports as a Christmas present, they submitted the incorrect shipping address , it is now on the way bay back to CT. As a return, apparently nobody lives in an apartment in Nashville? I’m certain from all the reviews that this is a wonderful product, but if they can’t get the first delivery correct what am I to expect for the next 11?

        • Hi Fran,
          that is indeed not a good start to a yearly subscription with Little Passports. I do hope it will be all sorted in time for Christmas!!! Did you have a good experience with Little Passports customer service?
          Best of luck and thanks for sharing. It is a good reminder to always double check if the shipping address and other details have been submitted correctly.
          All the best from Anke

  • little passports is indeed a nice way to keep children interested in learning about the world and at the same time keep their experience really fun and interesting.
    I like the whole idea of little passports however, I was not sure if they actually provide what they promise. After reading you review I can go ahead and get it for my son!

    • Thank you for your comment. I am glad my review has helped to clarify a few things.

      I am sure your son will love this fun and educational subscription box.

      All the best from Anke

  • Hi Anke,
    Great article, I’ve found it fascinating!
    I’ve never heard of the little passport before I read your article and I am glad I did!
    I have two kids, but they are already teenagers. So I don’t think it will suit. My sister, though, has a little boy and she would be pleased to have one little passport. This is a great idea for his birthday. I will definitely consider buying this as a present.
    Just a question, please. I may have missed this information in the article. I just would like to know if the subscription is available worldwide?
    Thank you in advance!

    • Hi Daniella, I am pleased you have found my post. Thanks for your comment.

      Little Passports is available in 10 countries which are: the United States, the UK, Japan, Australia, Singapore, New Zealand, Israel, Canada, Israel and Hong Kong. 

      I hope, your home country is included! 

      All the best from Anke

  • This is a great idea! I am homeschooling my 6 year old daughter and I am always on the lookout for new and interesting things for her to learn. I think she will enjoy this and I would be learning as well. Posting your own pictures and speaking from experience was a great addition.

    • Hi Candice,

      I am glad you have found something new for your 6-year-old daughter to learn. Yes, Little Passport is ideal for parents who are home schooling their children. It is a fun and engaging way for them to learn about new countries, their culture and traditions.

       Because the editions are age specific means the kids don’t get overwhelmed by the different activities and are more  likely to learn.

      The USA edition is fantastic for older children. 

      By the way, I think it is awesome that you are home schooling your child. I know that it is not easy and takes a lot of time and effort. It is a great way to bond with your daughter as well. Well done!

      All the best from Anke

  • Oh wow, I’d never heard of Little Passports before, it sounds like such a great idea! I have tried subscription boxes for my children in the past and they’ve loved them, there’s nothing like post when it’s not a bill or payment reminder! I’m based in the UK – do you know if they ship there??
    Thanks in advance!

    • Hi Alice, thanks so much for your comment. Little Passports is probably not as well-known in the UK as it is in the United States.But hopefully it will become more popular over time in the UK as well.

      It is such a great subscription box to introduce different countries and cultures to children from an early age.

      The good news is that the company delivers subscription boxes to 10 other countries including the UK. Here is a list of the countries: US, Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Israel, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, and UK. 

      What subscription boxes for children have you tried? Is there anything you could recommend to my readers? 

      All the best from Anke

  • As a fan of geography and international studies, I find Little Passports to be simply fascinating! It is so important for children to understand cultures outside of their own. I live in the United States, and I feel like we somewhat isolate ourselves from others. This causes a bias understanding of those who seem to come off different than what we are accustomed to.

    Thank you for the review. Little Passports is something I look forward to incorporating in my Geography lessons!

    Happy exploring!

    • Hello Katie, thanks for your view on Little Passports. You are addressing an important point. It is about learning about different cultures and being more open minded towards people and countries with different languages and their own unique culture. 

      Learning about other cultures broadens the horizon so to speak and Little Passports is a great starting point.

      Thank you so much for your comment.

      All the best from Anke

  • That is great!
    I’m sure our daughters will love it! I have already visited little pasorts website. We are yet to decide which plan to choose, but we surely will.
    Have you heard about falt travelers? The idea seems similar – to travel the world even if you can’t travel. We have our own flat traveler named Vanda. She’s made of cardboard and she has already visited several countries and two continents. Every time Vanda comes back to us, our daughters open ‘her’ parcel with great excitement.
    Thanks for sharing this!

    • Hello Zbigniew,

      thanks so much for your feedback. No, I haven’t heard of falt travelers. I will be checking it out. It sounds similar to what Little Passports has to offer.

      Thanks so much for sharing this information!

      All the best to you and your family from Anke

  • Wow, that is so cool! It’s a really fun and educational way to introduce children to the new cultures and the idea of traveling. I still do not have any children but have often wondered whether anything travel related would change if I do so decide to have kids. This really opens your mind to new possibilities.

    You mention that your children love this subscription. How has their idea of traveling changed? have they asked you when they will be traveling to any of the places presented to them by the subscription such as: Japan or Brazil?

    • Hi Mar, my children have definitely become more curious and interested in traveling to Brazil and Japan. They want to learn more about the language and the different types of food. All my three children love Sushi by the way and have friends who’re parents come from Japan.

      Thanks so much for taking the time to comment on my site. 

      All the best from Anke


  • Working abroad, I have come across people who work and travel with their kids. However, a do feel that geography and learning about different cultures are not highlighted or celebrated in many schools in the states. What a great program and ideas to get kids excited about the world beyond. I guess I have this excited because I want to raise kids abroad and traveling the world. I found out today, one of my 9-year-old students, have lived in 4 different countries already. What a great experience for him. Also, he has social skills to die for!

    This will definitely help promote being open-minded.

    •  Traveling is the best education for everyone especially for children. When I took my children to Germany (and other countries) I had to take them out of school for three months. When I asked the school if they are giving my children a few tasks while we are away they replied ‘no, there is no need; they will learn more while they are traveling and experiencing other cultures’. I thought that was so amazing of our school. (we live in New Zealand by the way)

      The Little Passports subscription is also fantastic for families who are not able to travel. It’s a great opportunity to learn about other countries and as you said ‘promote being open-minded.’

      Thanks for your comment and all the best!

      ~ Anke

  • This is a fantastic idea! I had seen Little Passports advertised somewhere, but was not certain whether it would be worthwhile. I babysit for my two grandchildren 3 days of the week and I am always looking for something interesting to get them involved with! I just might have to break down and order it!

    One question for you — you mentioned that it included recipes from some countries. Was it hard to find the ingredients that the recipes called for? I am in the upper Midwest of the US and do not have access to many ethnic food stores!

    Thank you for sharing your experience with this product!

    • Hi Kristin, it was no problem to get the ingredients from the supermarket. The recipes are designed that you can use everyday grocery items. So no issues there. 🙂

      If you are looking after your grand children it may be worth getting. One subscription box might be sufficient if the age gap isn’t too big.

      Please let me know if you have any more questions.

      All the best from Anke

  • Thank you for sharing little passports! I will definitely have to get this for my nephews who are 3 and 5 years old. I am always looking for new educational things for them to do. Also they love learning new things and I think they will love this. Thank you again!

    • Hi Makayla, thanks for your comment. Yes, I’d say Little Passports would be awesome for your nephews.

      At their ages, they are like little sponges. Kids are so curios and love to learn in a playful way.

      Let me know how you are going.

      Best wishes from Anke