Little Passports Little Explorers Landmarks

You may have seen that we are currently reviewing a Little Passports subscription as well as giving one away and last week we received the second part of our package the Little Explorers Landmarks package.

Little passports little explorers landmarks

This month the package was letterbox sized and arrived in a padded envelope. However there must have been some Mary Poppins magic going on because inside the envelope we received some mini models of landmarks, stickers,  an activity book, a letter from Max and Mia, a postcard, some fact cards and a luggage tag.

Now to me as an adult it didn't look that amazing(although I love the models) but the boys were really excited about it all. They were really eager to open up their world map and find where the landmarks are and loved the activity book.

Little passports little explorers landmarks

Little passports little explorers landmarks





From an educational point of view it is very much an introduction to what landmarks are, the box is aimed at 3-5 year old so while it was fine for Alex (3) I think Seb (5) needed a bit more from it and there are ideas for extending learning. We have talked about landmarks that we have seen and also some that we would like to see in the future and we also found a world puzzle that has details of various landmarks on.


Little Passports subscriptions vary in price depending on which age option you choose and how long you subscribe for, all the information is available to view on the subscription package page. You are charged monthly and you are able to cancel at anytime. After your first box which can take up to 6 weeks to arrive, the subsequent parcels ship mid month.

**We received this package for the purpose of this review, all opinions are my own**

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