For the past few months, Izzy has been receiving the Little Passports Early Explorers subscription to review. Each month she receives a package from America which encourages children to learn about the world. Each one is themed, and the latest to arrive was all about Art.
Little Passports is a monthly subscription package which delivers adventure right to your door. Over the next few months we will be trying out the Early Explorers subscription, for children aged 3-5, which we have kindly been gifted in return for an honest review.
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Each pack includes an activity passport, luggage tag, trading cards, stickers, a flash light adventure and a postcard all around the same theme. In addition, they each include a different souvenir or toy. This month’s pack included a canvas with paints which Izzy enjoyed making into her very own work of art.
Izzy really enjoys getting a parcel through the post and seeing what surprised are included. I like to use it as an opportunity to talk to her about our own experiences and show her photos of places we have visited. The art mentioned included the Mona Lisa and Russian Dolls – so I talked to her about how I saw the famous painting in Paris and showed her a set of Russian dolls that I brought back from Prague. She loves seeing what souvenirs are included and completing the activities in the passport.
Little Passports offer 3 different packages – the Early Explorers for children aged 3-5, World Edition for 6-12 year olds and the USA Edition. Find out more here: Give the gift of Adventure!